NBC analyst Tony Dungy joined the show to discuss the big stories from Week 12 in the NFL.

Dungy had interesting comments on the Lions’ Ndamukong Suh stomping on a Packers offensive lineman. “I really have to fault the Detroit ogranization,” Dungy said. “I think they really could have stopped this.

Dungy said that the team should have already helped Suh channel all that aggressiveness into a more productive outlet.

Dungy said he wasn’t surprised that the Eagles have struggled this season. “It’s hard to bring in new talent. Putting a team together is difficult. I didn’t think it was going to work with the Lockout. … That’s a lot to expect.”

Dungy also weighed in on Tim Tebow leading Denver to a 5-1 record as a starter. Dungy gives Tebow more credit for the wins than Dan does. “I don’t know how else to explain it,” Dungy said. ” They haven’t made any other changes.”