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Josh Sitton: Green Bay Packers celebrated Lions' loss

Green Bay Packers left guard Josh Sitton recently described the Detroit Lions' defensive front as "dirtbags" and "scumbags."

In a Wednesday interview with the "Around The League Podcast," Sitton confirmed that he joined his teammates in keeping a close eye on the so-called scumbags during the Lions' last-minute loss Monday night to the Baltimore Ravens.

"We were watching them and screaming," Sitton said of the Ravens. "(We were) cussing the coaches because they ran the ball on third-and-10. And we were like, 'Oh my god, that's such a long field goal.' And then we were jumping and screaming. Yeah, we were very happy.

"It was definitely fun to watch ... You focus on yourself and your games, but at this point in the season -- and especially in our situation, where you need help -- you can't help but watch the other games. It was definitely an exciting moment."

You can listen to Sitton's entertaining interview here. He also discussed his feelings during the Packershistoric comeback at Dallas, his assessment of rookie running back Eddie Lacy and which teammate would be his No. 1 draft pick in the event of a zombie apocalypse.

We examine coaches on the hot seat and chat with Packers guard Josh Sitton on the latest "Around The League Podcast."

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