NDAMUKONG SUH SAYS ACTION WAS MISINTERPRETED
For a guy who claims he’s not a dirty player, Lions DT Ndamukong Suh sure doesn’t act like it. His latest transgression, stomping on the arm of Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith, was not only a stupid move by the talented, yet hot-headed Suh, but it also cost his team dearly as the Detroit defensive tackle was tossed from the game.
Here’s how it went down—with his team trailing 7-0, and Green Bay facing 3rd and goal, Suh and Dietrich-Smith get tangled up and both players fall to the turf. It was a clean block by the Green Bay guard, but for some reason Suh took exception, and proceeded to push Dietrich-Smith’s head into the Ford Field turf repeatedly, before standing up and deliberately stomping on the downed Packers player’s arm.
As if Suh’s dirty tactics weren’t bad enough, the penalty turned a potential field goal for Green Bay into a fresh set of downs at the Lions 1-yard line. FB John Kuhn punched the ball into the endzone the very next play for the 14-0 lead.
Suh’s a repeat offender, so expect Roger Goodell to hand out a hefty fine to the Detroit defender, and possibly a suspension as well, based on the ejection and severity of Suh’s actions. Ndamukong better clean up his act and fast, otherwise he might never be able to shake the “dirty” label he’s beginning to get saddled with.
Should Suh be fined and suspended? Was his actions intentional? Tell us what you think
Posted By: @BrookLynnDiva