As he’s done throughout his career, Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh crossed the line Thursday night against the Baltimore Ravens. He was called for two personal fouls and should have been called for three in the game. And at one point he legitimately choked backup Ravens quarterback Ryan Mallett. Anyone who’s followed Suh’s career just nodded their head seeing that image. Yep. This is what he does. It’s not right. Not by a long shot. He has stomped players, body slammed players, taken late, dirty shots at players and has racked up some hefty fines for his actions. He’s also been suspended once for stomping on the arm of Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Evan Dietrirch-Smith back in 2011. But none of that has stopped Suh from crossing the line whenever it suits him. Speaking about Suh after watching him do what he’s been doing for years to his teammates this Thursday, Ravens tight end Ben Watson, who was a member of the Cleveland Browns when Suh Hulk-smashed Jake Delhomme said the NFL needs to do more to stop him.
Benjamin Watson: NFL must do more than fine Ndamukong Suh to send message that sticks
Yardbarker | Oct 28