Kyle Van Noy has made it very clear how happy he is to be playing with the New England Patriots rather than the team which originally drafted him, the Detroit Lions.
It seems like every time he has a chance, Van Noy is taking a shot at the Lions for having been clueless as to how to use him in their defense during the time he was in Detroit.
Well, KVN is not finished bashing his former team just yet.
Van Noy recently appeared on the Pardon My Take podcast and he was asked about what it was like to go from Detroit to New England. His reply may have been his most aggressive yet since leaving Detroit as he referred to leaving the Lions as going from the toilet bowl to the Super Bowl.
“I’m gonna repeat what my friend said so I don’t get in trouble. He’s like ‘You went from the toilet bowl, to the Super Bowl.’”
When asked if his “friend” is Kyle Van Noy, his reply was interesting.
“That was KVN. This is Kyle Van Noy. I’ve got like double personas.”
Van Noy was then asked about what was the biggest change when he joined the Patriots and he emphasized that the New England coaches had a plan for him, while the Lions coaches did not know how to use him.
“Then when I got there, it was like, they had a plan for me it seemed like. Then that plan got bigger with how I played. With that being said, I didn’t know that to begin with because I’d been in Detroit, where I was kind of told ‘We don’t know where to put you.’ And I’m like, ‘Why did you draft me?’ I had my own coach telling me ‘I don’t know where to put you.’”
KVN or Kyle Van Noy or both are clearly happy to have found a place to call home and they are clearly not done taking shots at the Detroit Lions.