This a**hole does not belong in professional football

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We’ve all seen some scumbags in football. Warren Sapp is one of them. Sapp crossed the field to cold cock Chad Clifton of the Packers who was nowhere near the play:

Clifton was badly hurt and Sapp’s reaction showed him to be a complete ass.

Then of course, there’s Ray Rice who knows how to teach women a lesson:

And Ray Lewis, who dodged a murder charge.

And Bill Romanowski, who was always seeking to hurt someone on the field and often did:

Then we have Ndamukong Suh, who’s in a class of his own. The a**hole stomped on Aaron Rodgers’ arm last week:

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Mike Pereira doesn’t think Suh stepping on Rodgers was intentional or egregious.

If one was examining this in isolation- as a single incident- one might be tempted to agree but Suh has a glorious history of abusive behavior.

He’s kicked Matt Schaub in the groin:

He slammed Jay Cutler in the back of the head with a forearm:

Here he stomps on Evan Dietrich-Smith

Here is Suh chopping John Sullivan:

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He tried to rip Jake Delhomme’s head off:

Suh slammed Josh McCown in the face with a forearm (about 20 seconds in):

If you watch the Suh/Rodgers clip carefully, you’ll see that Suh had already stepped on Rodgers with his right heel. Suh then steps back and plants his left foot on Rodgers’ leg and puts all his weight on that foot, his right foot coming completely off the ground. Pereira’s judgment in this case is inexplicably dumb. Suh was initially suspended for the playoff game but then Goodell overturned the decision and once again lets a criminal get off easy. Allowing cretins like Suh to remain in the game degrades the integrity of the National Felons League. Suh always offers explanations which could not be more dishonest.

Ndamukong Suh is an a**hole. There is no other way to put it. He is a consistently dirty player and does not belong in professional football. He should be banned from football.

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23 Responses to “This a**hole does not belong in professional football”

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    I read a story long ago where Dallas Cowboy Harvey Martin complained about St. Louis Cardinal Conrad Dobler, fabled to be the (then) dirtiest player in football, holding him on every play. Martin said he solved the problem by stepping on Dobler’s hand and breaking it. I like stories with happy endings.

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    Suh actually claimed to have been numb in his feet so as not to realize he was on Aaron Rogers leg.
    I don’t know which is worse, suspending Suh for one game or the $70,000 penalty he has to pay instead.
    Isn’t his fate for next season up in the air?

    I thought Aaron Rogers comeback after that injury was inspirational.
    He’d already been hurt with a bad hamstring pull that almost had him not playing that game as it was.

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    @Nanny: I guess you can tell the intent by the lies told to justify the action. Numb feet? Really? If his feet were that numb (ever have your foot go to sleep and try to walk on it?) he would not be able to stand up. On the field, after a play, there are people laying all over the place. If you step on someone, it is instantly apparent and if you STAY standing on them, you intend to step and stand on them.

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    Sounds like some NFL higher-up bought the lie.
    You’re right about a numb foot.
    He stood and balanced on Aaron Rogers’ leg.
    So, he knew what he was doing.

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    Rich Wheeler

    Pro Football has become comparatively boring–78 total yards for Cardinals–it’s become a game of who kicks the most field goals–it’s looking like soccer.
    Wide open college football far superior entertainment.
    Dr. J. Do you give Buckeyes a chance against Ducks?
    Super Bowl Pick?

    I like Lions with Suh to upset The Cowboys today.

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    Rich Wheeler

    @DrJohn: Closer than 59-20 most certainly.
    Still, I look for big Ducks win 41-24.

    RIP Stuart Scott dead at age 49—He had tremendous enthusiasm and love of the game. HE WILL BE MISSED

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    @Rich Wheeler:

    I like Lions with Suh to upset The Cowboys today.

    Once the officials got on Dallas’ side, (back about week 5) Detroit didn’t stand a chance. Worst officiating i’ve seen in Pro ball this year. No place for players like Suh, they should be banned.

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    @Rich Wheeler:

    One of my sons was at one time training in some MMA with Scott. He said Scott was a tough opponent but a very nice guy.

    What do you think is the going rate to get a ref to pick up a flag?

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    Rich Wheeler

    @drjohn: The defender never looked for the ball and mauled the receiver.
    Outrageous homer call by ref.. Jerry must have been waving his wallet at him from the owners suite.

    RT Nike about owns The Quakers.

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    I saw by first in-person Detroit Lions’ game in 1957 at Briggs Stadium before it was renamed Tiger Stadium. Saw the Lions beat John Unitas and the Baltimore Colts in a great second half comeback led by Bobby Layne. As a Lions’ fan I say Suh deserves this loss…though the NFL did a real number on the Lions. Rich Wheeler: The NFL did not want the Lions to go deep into the playoffs for the obvious reason that they have more than their share of dirty players. Suh was held on Romo’s 4th and 16 completion that led to the winning touchdown. The NFL admitted that one too yesterday. Dirty players have their karma come around. Suh will sign a hundred million dollar contract with someone this year….as a Lion’s fan….I say…let some other team inherit his bad karma.

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    Rich Wheeler

    @VoteOutIncumbents: I was a LIONS fan in the 50’s till early 60″S—Bobby Layne then Dick Night Train Lane–great days.
    I probably dislike Jerry Jones more than Suh. True enough, NFL would rather have Cowboys in than Lions.

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