Titus Young will start at Buffalo

Posted by Chrissie Wywrot on September 1, 2011 – 5:01 pm

Rookie wide receiver Titus Young will get the start tonight at Buffalo in place of veteran Nate Burleson, who reopened a ligature on Saturday against the Patriots.

Defensive end Lawrence Jackson will start in place of veteran Kyle Vanden Bosch, still out with a shoulder injury.

Full list of players out at Buffalo:

  • WR Nate Burleson
  • CB Alphonso Smith
  • RB Maurice Morris
  • CB Anthony Madison
  • T Jason Fox
  • T Johnny Culbreath
  • DE Kyle Vanden Bosch
  • DT Nick Fairley

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12 Responses to “Titus Young will start at Buffalo”

  1. By Josh on Sep 1, 2011 | Reply

    I am watchin the game and was so excited about watchin how the roster turns out, but the T.V. company the lions signed a deal with dose not provide quality service. The game dose not come in clear. There is lag and i miss alot of plays. I am so disappointed that i can not watch all of the game.

  2. By BroncoNation on Sep 2, 2011 | Reply

    Cannot wait to see Titus in real game situations. Deep threat at Boise State and Stafford has the arm to take advantage of his routes. Hope everyone stays healthy this year…looking forward to watching the Lions continue to grow.

  3. By RIck on Sep 2, 2011 | Reply

    Well those of you waiting for Titus Young, whaddaya think? In my opinion and it is just that, my opinion, he had five or six balls thrown his way, but on none of them was he able to get separation from the defender. It appeared the passes were on target, but the cathces nearly impossible because he didn’t run his routes well enough to push the cover away from him. That also appeared to be a problem that Hughes had as a receiver. When you compare the routes to those of Stover, Williams and Johnson there was a lot lacking. I guess experience is at a premium, and his lack of practice time has been detrimental to his development. For me, I have a wait and see attitude. Too early to tell, but if he can’t get open, then it does not matter how quick, how fast or how many moves he has, he won’t be a positive factor in the coming season. Wishing him the best of luck, but at this time he is not a top five receiver oin this team.

  4. By The great and powerful OZ on Sep 2, 2011 | Reply

    1st yr. wrs. with injures always start out slow (eg: Metro ) He will live up 2 his pedigree.

  5. By aps1 on Sep 4, 2011 | Reply

    whats that mean oz? weres the confidence.. and pedigree, really

  6. By bryon on Sep 4, 2011 | Reply

    well mr schwartz, you better pray to GOD that javid doesn’t get a good knock in the head and logan doesn’t get hurt now that you got rid of brown. brown may not be a great RB, but he was known for special teams in college and he’s got speed this team needs. if logan gets hurt all you have is morris=no returner for sure,harrison= possible returner, but not really impressed, and you and i know your not putting best back there to get his clock rung. unless there is something i’m missing you(schwartz) may just have screwed this team

  7. By Robin on Sep 7, 2011 | Reply

    Better get to practicing

  8. By aps1 on Sep 7, 2011 | Reply

    well i see the good and the bad with all this, but detroit is in for a season overflowing with optisiam. We all as fans r going to be harsh after a loss and over filled with joy when they win so lets see what happens … Lots of practice ahead.

  9. By Thepridedomination on Sep 8, 2011 | Reply

    If Nick Fairley doesn’t play in the first 3wks.. although i was excited about him being drafted by the PRIDE.. will be a wasted pic.. We need 1st and second rounders to make a mark early.. Also who is the third receiver this week?

  10. By aps1 on Sep 11, 2011 | Reply

    Go Lions! hopeing fox out here in the mid west shows the game need me some good Old detroit football. glad were pulling together. it’s been a good while since i’ve felt this excited about a detroit game. i feel the coaching staff this season is going to do a great job. lets hope to stay away from old dieing old detroit football of the past and start this new season by showing detroit lions are a organizoin thats pulled together with with pride. Again GO DETROIT LIONS….

  11. By aps1 on Sep 12, 2011 | Reply

    what after a great game i dont hear to much out there, are we all in shock? Passing running, speacial teams what a great day for detroit fans…

  12. By Detroit Lions #1 on May 30, 2012 | Reply

    Young Titus has TRUE star potential!

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