The Dallas Cowboys’ young offensive line will face likely their biggest test of the season thus far this Sunday, in the form of the Detroit Lions front four--complete with man-beast defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and the also-beastly defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch. There’s a chance that rookie defensive tackle Nick Fairley could make his debut against Dallas, as well.
Suh, in just his second year in the league, already has a reputation that precedes him.
"He finishes his plays that's a big reason why he's so successful," said guard Bill Nagy, per ESPN Dallas. "When you turn on the tape, athletic, powerful, all that stuff, a good challenge for our offensive line for sure."
So what’s the Cowboys’ plan for slowing the imposing Lions’ defense? Well, we don’t know. But we can rest easy knowing that they have a plan, according to Nagy.
"I'm sure there are certain things we’re going to do," Nagy said of Sunday’s matchup. "How many guys are on him? He's a good player."
Yes he is.
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