Make sure that chin strap is tight; it’s going to get rough.
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While it’s pretty clear that Detroit Lion Ndamukong Suh is a brand new breed of defensive lineman, we’d pause before calling him a new breed of human. In fact, we’d argue that Suh is mostly Velociraptor – with a bit of Triceratops thrown in there for bulk. In light of a new report from Fox’s Jay Glazer that Suh’s teammates are not sure how to reel him in – even in practice - as well as a $100K fine levied by Old Man Goodell for a low blow in the Lions' week one game against the Vikings (the priciest of its kind, might we add), we thought it was high time to look back at his young career and all of the brutality contained therein.
Low Block on John Sullivan
The $100,000 hit. You can see Suh look up at Sullivan clutching his recently surgically repaired knee and think, “Well, that’s going to cost me a pretty penny.”
Jake Delhomme “Facemask”
Yeah, that’s a “facemask” like WWII was a “disagreement.” Jake the Snake was lucky he still had a head on his shoulders after this.
The Stomp Heard Round the World
As a bonus, this video also contains the absolutely absurd justification that Suh provided for smashing Evan Dietrich-Smith’s head into the ground and stomping on his chest.
Not So Subtle Kick to the Balls
It’s not Thanksgiving without awkward family conversation, massive amounts of food, and Ndamukong Suh doing something insanely dirty.
One-Handed RB Grab
Nothing dirty here, actually. Just the raw athletic ability that we think is what makes Suh really scary.