Terrell Suggs thinks Roger Goodell was behind the Super Bowl blackout

Apparently, blatant stupidity is a prerequisite for Ravens linebackers

10/1/13 in NFL   |   Pat   |   5233 respect

Jan 30, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs answers questions during a press conference in preparation for Super Bowl XLVII between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsIt's incredible how much the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens have been whining about a Super Bowl that they actually won.

First, Ray Lewis said that the Super Bowl blackout was some sort of conspiracy against the Ravens.

Now, Terrell Suggs is saying the same thing, and is claiming that Roger Goodell was behind it.

You can't even make this stuff up, folks. Suggs says that when the blackout happened, he knew that Roger Goodell had a hand in it.
 
I was like Vegas, parlor tricks, you know what I mean? I was like, ahh, Roger Goodell, he never stops, he always has something up his sleeve. He just couldn’t let us have this one in a landslide huh? ... I thought he had a hand in it. Most definitely, he had a hand in it."

Personally, I believe that people who are always claiming various conspiracy theories are usually the people who have never been in a position of authority, and have never realized the implications of what they're saying has happened.

If there really was a conspiracy and if Roger Goodell really intentionally shut off the power in the Superdome to help the 49ers, that would be an incredibly diabolical and illegal act, and Goodell would be facing some serious legal backlash.

Also, there would have to be a whole lot of people involved in such a conspiracy, since Goodell doesn't have a personal power switch for the entire stadium. It's awful hard to keep people quiet with stuff like that. It simply wouldn't happen.

Anyway, the point is that Terrell Suggs is kind of an idiot, no matter how much he tries to sound smart and smug in interviews. Here he is, talking to Lisa Salters about this nonsense:

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10/3/13   |   Kenne   |   15959 respect

I suspect he did it to sell more air time, which produces extra millions in his pockets.