Ndamukong Suh compilation album: Wow! That's what I call a dirty hit!

11/28/12 in NFL   |   GFortier   |   520 respect

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In the spirit of Ndamukong Suh's Thanksgiving groin kick, I thought I'd take a moment and bring together the 4 dirtiest plays of Suh's NFL career. My favorite is by far the last video where Suh makes it evident that he does not feel Jake Delhomme deserves to have a head. Let's begin with the most recent: 

(for more on Suh's most recent offense, see "Unable to prove intent, NFL asks Suh to kick Shaub in groin again")

The Gobble Day Groin Kick


The Suhper Smash


 
The Cheese Stomp
 

The Head Rip


Suh has accumulated over $200,000 of fines in his young career, and that's not including what may be to come for the groin kick. The sad part is, all Suh ever really wanted was to be a place kicker.


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11/30/12   |   jjh8857   |   322 respect

Jess wrote:
I think that's actually a really good point.

My suggestion is to, you know, block him...

11/29/12   |   haggissushi

I think everyone's right!  Suh is fun to watch.  He seems like a pretty neat guy.

11/29/12   |   huskerdoug2009   |   2790 respect

I am actually not shocked that the NFL didn't suspend Suh for this latest act.  Mostly because they haven't been consistent in the enforcement of most of their rules and penalties this year.  They fine players like Slauson and Jared Allen for ending the seasons of players with crack back blocks, but nearly every game they continue to miss at least 1-2 players flying into piles after the plays have been blown dead.  Those are the plays where people are truly "defenseless"

11/29/12   |   richard_cranium   |   17641 respect

As someone that DGAF, I agree that Suh has brought this "dirty thinking" upon himself.I also don't think that Suh is innocent, but I also do believe that he is the "dirty" player reputation that the media has thrust  upon him. He has done numerous things thal make people believe he is dirty. they have valid points. His actions are with merit, but if I do not believe that he intended to kick Schuab in the junk. but I can not say that his intentions was not to kick him.

11/29/12   |   Jess   |   34411 respect

HouTxFan wrote:
I agree. I hope I don't come across as a "whiny Texans fan", but I can't help but think Suh would have been suspended if the object of his flagrant foot-fondling had been a high-profile QB like Peyton or Brady.

I think that's actually a really good point.

11/29/12   |   HouTxFan   |   5028 respect

Debi_L wrote:
His groin kick made the news in my little hick town.  Unreal that he has not been suspended.  
(Edited by HouTxFan)

I agree. I hope I don't come across as a "whiny Texans fan", but I can't help but think Suh would have been suspended if the object of his flagrant foot-fondling had been a high-profile QB like Peyton or Brady.

11/29/12   |   Debi_L   |   11779 respect

His groin kick made the news in my little hick town.  Unreal that he has not been suspended.  

11/29/12   |   tejasbuck   |   2 respect

Mr. Suh needs to grow up an take responsibility for his actions and quit feigning innocence. Better yet, stop playing dirty especially when he is mad at getting beat.

11/28/12   |   Jess   |   34411 respect

So, pattern behavior of questionable hits almost got Ed Reed suspended. I'm not understanding why Suh isn't being suspended for the groin kick. Lack of intent? Uhm...I'm usually one to give someone the benefit of the doubt, but please...

11/28/12   |   Dan_B   |   1067 respect

This is just spectacular.