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2011-11-29 11:59:09 AM
I think he might be dirty.....

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2011-11-29 11:59:40 AM
Typical slap on the wrist
 
2011-11-29 11:59:56 AM

SoCalSurfer: I think he might be dirty.....

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He just wants to axe him something.

Ok, I feel like a bad person now.
 
2011-11-29 11:59:57 AM
Do the Stomp, the Suh Suh Stomp!
 
2011-11-29 12:00:08 PM
Sounds about right to me, one game for asshatery during game, one game for asshattery following game.
 
2011-11-29 12:00:38 PM
Dirty or not, the man makes other teams fear Detroit's defense.
 
2011-11-29 12:01:33 PM

Orgasmatron138: He just wants to axe him something.

Ok, I feel like a bad person now.


I bad person who made me laugh my ass off.
 
2011-11-29 12:01:35 PM
Well done subbs. +1
 
2011-11-29 12:02:00 PM
But I thought he apologized. Isn't that enough?
 
2011-11-29 12:02:01 PM
This will only get worse. I look for a 5 game suspension sometime in the not so distant future.

Suh is a classless, self-centered jackass.
 
2011-11-29 12:02:35 PM
A bad person, I meant A bad person.
 
2011-11-29 12:02:42 PM

All_Farked_Up: Typical slap on the wrist


I don't count 1/8 of the season as a slap on the wrist. Multiple-game suspensions are rare in the NFL unless you're Pacman Jones or something.
 
2011-11-29 12:02:58 PM
As a Lions fan, I'm actually glad he finally did something dirty. If you're going to be accused of something, you might as well do it. The timing of it was obviously stupid, but the action itself doesn't bother me at all. F the NFL. Tackling a quarterback does not make you dirty.
 
2011-11-29 12:03:18 PM
I take the word "professional" seriously myself, even in professional sports.

There is no excuse for this. He should be banned from the NFL for life. Period.
You act like that, you're out.
 
2011-11-29 12:03:23 PM
Twelve points off Gryffindor as well!
 
2011-11-29 12:04:14 PM
Meh, seems fair. Haynesworth got 5 games for the head stomp, so 2 for the arm is reasonable.
 
2011-11-29 12:04:31 PM

LL316: As a Lions fan, I'm actually glad he finally did something dirty. If you're going to be accused of something, you might as well do it. The timing of it was obviously stupid, but the action itself doesn't bother me at all. F the NFL. Tackling a quarterback does not make you dirty.


No, but stomping on someone does.
 
2011-11-29 12:05:09 PM
I'd love to see him kicked out. He's a piece of shiat, and will always be a piece of shiat. Millions of dollars does nothing but encourage his shiatty behavior. "I was regaining my balance" my ass. He has absolutely no remorse, and the forced apology was just sad.

When you're voted "Dirtiest player in the NFL" by everyone in the NFL, that's saying a lot.
 
2011-11-29 12:05:38 PM
Suuuuuuuuh's out for two games.
Suuuuuuuuh's out for two weeks.
Suuuuuuuuh's out for good reasons
No more stomping
No more fits
No more of Suh's dirty hits
 
2011-11-29 12:06:08 PM

Hector Remarkable: There is no excuse for this. He should be banned from the NFL for life. Period.
You act like that, you're out.


I'd like for them to say he is suspended for 2 games for stomping on the guy after trying to slam his head into the turf repeatedly. Then say he is banned forever for insulting everyone's intelligence (and lots of people's God) while lying about it afterward.
 
2011-11-29 12:06:08 PM

Hector Remarkable: I take the word "professional" seriously myself, even in professional sports.

There is no excuse for this. He should be banned from the NFL for life. Period.
You act like that, you're out.


I agree with you completely but we both know that'll never happen.

Professional sports are rarely if ever about sportsmanship or acting with class.
 
2011-11-29 12:06:40 PM

LL316: As a Lions fan, I'm actually glad he finally did something dirty. If you're going to be accused of something, you might as well do it. The timing of it was obviously stupid, but the action itself doesn't bother me at all. F the NFL. Tackling a quarterback does not make you dirty.


This is why you are a horrible person.
 
2011-11-29 12:06:45 PM

LL316: As a Lions fan, I'm actually glad he finally did something dirty. If you're going to be accused of something, you might as well do it. The timing of it was obviously stupid, but the action itself doesn't bother me at all. F the NFL. Tackling a quarterback does not make you dirty.


I think it speaks volumes that other players in the NFL consider him a dirty player. http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/feed/2011-11/players-poll/story /midseason-player-poll-ndamukong-suh-voted-dirtiest-player-by-landslid e (new window)
 
2011-11-29 12:07:20 PM

Hector Remarkable: I take the word "professional" seriously myself, even in professional sports.

There is no excuse for this. He should be banned from the NFL for life. Period.
You act like that, you're out.


I fully endorse this. It is a privilege to work in the NFL and to act like a thug on or off the field should result in banishment from the sport.
 
2011-11-29 12:07:46 PM
I think 3 would have been a little more appropriate, but I'm fine with 2. Lineman do stuff like that all the time, but are normally much more discrete about it.
 
2011-11-29 12:08:51 PM
Wow, I butchered that. Link
 
2011-11-29 12:08:57 PM
Suh suspended f-for t-t-two g-games

Just because he gets around?
 
2011-11-29 12:09:29 PM
He should be allowed to continue to play the rest of this season.

/ Barefoot.
 
2011-11-29 12:10:11 PM

Theaetetus: Meh, seems fair. Haynesworth got 5 games for the head stomp, so 2 for the arm is reasonable.


I'd have tacked on an additional two games for his idiotic post game interview where he claimed he did nothing wrong.

Also, someone else pointed out to me that Terrell Pryor was suspended for 5 games for off the field stuff he did in college vs a two game suspension for Suh for intentionally trying to hurt another player in an NFL game. Something seems out of whack here.
 
2011-11-29 12:12:54 PM

FreakinB: All_Farked_Up: Typical slap on the wrist

I don't count 1/8 of the season as a slap on the wrist. Multiple-game suspensions are rare in the NFL unless you're Pacman Jones or something.


Two farking games, big deal. He should have been suspended the rest of the season and if he did it again, for life.
 
2011-11-29 12:13:00 PM
Suh should also be called for double dribble on that play.
 
2011-11-29 12:13:59 PM
The Crepes of Wrath:
But I thought he apologized. Isn't that enough?

I was amused at the news last night that he had called NFL Commissioner Goodell to apologize. It made me wonder if he called Evan Dietrich-Smith (you know, the guy whose head he actually slammed and whose arm he actually stomped) to do the same. I'm guessing not.
 
2011-11-29 12:14:26 PM
Wait s minute, if people are agreeing with me I should probably re-think this.
Maybe he just needs a hug, and some special "me"-time.
 
2011-11-29 12:15:22 PM
There's a difference between throwing punches and stomping. Stomping an arm has no purpose at all except destruction of that arm. The league has gotten ridiculous with the QB coddling to prevent accidental game related injuries. Players shouldnt have to worry about ending up underneath this guy in a vulnerable position. This guy should be thrown out and charged with assault for that crap.
 
2011-11-29 12:16:15 PM

Wettner: Hector Remarkable: I take the word "professional" seriously myself, even in professional sports.

There is no excuse for this. He should be banned from the NFL for life. Period.
You act like that, you're out.

I fully endorse this. It is a privilege to work in the NFL and to act like a thug on or off the field should result in banishment from the sport.


So you want a bunch of pussies on your team? A large number of players are borderline sociopaths. Who else is going to take that kind of punishment?
 
2011-11-29 12:16:35 PM

Hector Remarkable: Wait s minute, if people are agreeing with me I should probably re-think this.
Maybe he just needs a hug, and some special "me"-time.


He needs both and neither. Enjoy your moment in the sun.

salvador.hardin: There's a difference between throwing punches and stomping. Stomping an arm has no purpose at all except destruction of that arm. The league has gotten ridiculous with the QB coddling to prevent accidental game related injuries. Players shouldnt have to worry about ending up underneath this guy in a vulnerable position. This guy should be thrown out and charged with assault for that crap.


This. I wonder what would have happened had that been Aaron Rodgers throwing arm.
 
2011-11-29 12:16:51 PM
This wouldn't happen if football allowed fighting.
 
2011-11-29 12:17:16 PM
I love the Lions, but he clearly deserves the suspension and while people want to piss and moan about the timing and playoff hopes and blah blah, I kind of love the timing since hopefully he'll come back hungry in Oakland. The games against the Saints and Vikings are going to play out the same with or without Suh.
 
2011-11-29 12:17:50 PM
I played alongside Suh at Nebraska during the 2008 and 2009 seasons. The guy is even dirtier than you can imagine. He loved being at the bottom of piles because he could gouge eyes, squeeze wieners, and bite people until his heart's content. We played a pick-up game for charity against a high school team, and Suh grabbed their fourteen year old quarterback, picked him up over his head, and through him through the wall of the equipment shed. The only reason charges weren't filed is because Suh promised the kid's family a bunch of money when he went to the NFL. Guess what? He never paid. Guys like him belong in prison, not on the gridiron.
 
2011-11-29 12:18:15 PM

scottydoesntknow: I'd love to see him kicked out. He's a piece of shiat, and will always be a piece of shiat. Millions of dollars does nothing but encourage his shiatty behavior. "I was regaining my balance" my ass. He has absolutely no remorse, and the forced apology was just sad.

When you're voted "Dirtiest player in the NFL" by everyone in the NFL, that's saying a lot.


FTA, "He could also be ordered to an anger management class - though that would be by the Lions, not by the league. ."

At least he will know how to cover up his anger, if he wants to.
 
2011-11-29 12:18:46 PM

LL316: As a Lions fan, I'm actually glad he finally did something dirty. If you're going to be accused of something, you might as well do it. The timing of it was obviously stupid, but the action itself doesn't bother me at all. F the NFL. Tackling a quarterback does not make you dirty.


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2011-11-29 12:19:04 PM

iron_city_ap: I think 3 would have been a little more appropriate, but I'm fine with 2. Lineman do stuff like that all the time, but are normally much more discrete about it.


No. This was the worst thing to happen in the entire history of the NFL. Suh shouldn't only be suspended, he should be incarcerated.
 
2011-11-29 12:19:45 PM

Hector Remarkable: Wait s minute, if people are agreeing with me I should probably re-think this.
Maybe he just needs a hug, and some special "me"-time.


i was about to comment on your backfire, there. it prolly would have worked on espn.com or something....not this crowd.
 
2011-11-29 12:19:45 PM

Borkoman: Dirty or not, the man makes other teams fear Detroit's defense.


Doubtful. What it makes him is a target. He's not invincible, you know.
 
2011-11-29 12:20:26 PM

FreakinB: All_Farked_Up: Typical slap on the wrist

I don't count 1/8 of the season as a slap on the wrist. Multiple-game suspensions are rare in the NFL unless you're Pacman Jones or something.


Especially given the timing. This could..maybe..kill Detroit's hopes of the wild-card spot.
 
2011-11-29 12:20:56 PM
Not that it's related to football or anything, but this kind of thing reminds me of why I love the way the UFC is managed. Paul Daley loses a decision to Josh Koscheck, and goes for a cheap shot after the fight is over. Doesn't even land it, but it gets him completely kicked out of the organization. Not fined, not suspended for a few months, but completely kicked out of the UFC, FOR LIFE. Dana White even said something along the lines of, "I don't care if he becomes the best welterweight in the world, he'll never fight in the UFC again." More pro sports orgnaizations need to set examples of sportsmanship like that. Suh will just continue with this horseshiat, since he's never going to receive real punishment for it.
 
2011-11-29 12:21:01 PM

spentmiles: I played alongside Suh at Nebraska during the 2008 and 2009 seasons. The guy is even dirtier than you can imagine. He loved being at the bottom of piles because he could gouge eyes, squeeze wieners, and bite people until his heart's content. We played a pick-up game for charity against a high school team, and Suh grabbed their fourteen year old quarterback, picked him up over his head, and through him through the wall of the equipment shed. The only reason charges weren't filed is because Suh promised the kid's family a bunch of money when he went to the NFL. Guess what? He never paid. Guys like him belong in prison, not on the gridiron.


trolololol
 
2011-11-29 12:21:13 PM

pete1729: So you want a bunch of pussies on your team? A large number of players are borderline sociopaths. Who else is going to take that kind of punishment?


Hahahaha gotta love how if you're not illegally stomping on some guy on the ground, you're an automatic pussy. How about no cheap ass shots. Is that so hard? I saw plenty of bone crushing hits that were completely legal, why not try and release your anger then, not by stomping your cleat down on a defenseless man.

And also how about no retarded showboating in the endzone for doing your job too. I loved when the announcer just went off the wall on Sunday in regards to the celebration dances.

Jacobs was the absolute worst last night though. You're down 3-21 and you finally get in the endzone. Why not do a retarded 50 second dance routine to celebrate still being down by 11 points? I wanted the Giants to lose horribly after that.
 
2011-11-29 12:22:04 PM
He could have at least hurt an opposing player if he was gonna get kicked out...
 
2011-11-29 12:22:05 PM
Million dollar talent. Ten cent head.
 
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