Cornerback Darius Slay spent most of the first two decades of his life in the south. He grew up in Brunswick Ga. and played at Mississippi State before the Lions selected him in the second round of this April's NFL Draft. The team has high expectations for Slay who now plays in the NFC North and will have to face one of the league's best quarterbacks the Packers' Aaron Rodgers twice a season.
Obviously Slay knows who Rodgers is but as recently as this summer he had no idea where the Packers played their home games. Watching tape of the Packers with fellow defensive backs sparked a conversation about the league's best stadiums and led a puzzled Slay to ask this question.

“Lambo? Like the car?"

Not like the car. Like Lambeau Field named after the franchise's founder Curly Lambeau.

“I knew what a Lambo was but I didn't know it was Green Bay's stadium" Slay told's Robert Klemko. "They said ‘Man that's the stadium!' I said ‘Oh man…' ”

The Lions' 67-year-old defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham got a good laugh when he heard the news but functional geography skills aside he has been wholly impressed with Slay's knowledge of Xs and Os.