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Old 11-25-2011, 04:37 AM   #61
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Question: Is Suh the next Sapp or Haynesworth?
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Old 11-25-2011, 06:05 AM   #62
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Well we will see when he becomes a free agent and the skins give him a 60 million signing bonus and 200 million contract:smashfrea
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I was unable to watch (thanksgiving stuff) but heres the video:

NFL.com news: Lions DT Suh ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct vs. Packers

In the first angle i thought it was unintentional, but the in the second angle you can see that Sue really wanted to kick or stomp him or at him. I liked Sue a lot up until this point, this is the kind of stuff Goodell needs to come down hard on. I hope he gets a massive fine and suspension.

Also if not Sue's selfish action, GB would have been held to 3 and Detroit would have only been down by 10, with almost 2 quarters remaining. Sue put himself above his teammates and got himself kicked out of the game and turned a defensive hold for a FG into an opportunity for GB to get a TD. Detroit lost a very important game and will now have a harder time securing a wild card spot. His actions were as selfish and unsportsmanlike like as it gets.
this is the point i was going to make. i can't imagine his coaches and teamates will care much for his apology once they see the film and realize that since suh couldn't keep his composure he cost his team the points and possibly the game by being kicked out. like you said i also liked suh a lot coming out of college and thought he could be a really great player, but like some one else said i hope he doesn't turn into a haynesworth, but with a half as non apology that could only be a sign of how truly imature he actaually is.

it will be interesting to see what punishment is handed out, i'm thinking he has to be suspended at least one game up to three. i could see it being multiple games because he is a repeat offender, and because of his failed post game apology. dude just needs to grow the f up.
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IF it were up to me he would be unemployed for the remainder of this season......
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IF it were up to me he would be unemployed for the remainder of this season......

You might get your wish, or at least a good portion of it.

My bet a 4 game suspension and at least 100,000 fine.
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You might get your wish, or at least a good portion of it.

My bet a 4 game suspension and at least 100,000 fine.

My guess it'll be a 2 game suspension with 3 being the max.
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Ndamukong Suh “out of control,” college teammate says | ProFootballTalk
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The 49ers were suppposed to be this run heavy team with a good OL and running game. They were reduced to looking like the Bears or Redskins Oline of the past couple of years.

Not only that, but some of the sacks Smith took were easily avoidable. He was out of the pocket on a couple of them and thus could have thrown those balls away.
As I was saying:

San Francisco 49ers – Niner Insider Blog – SFGate.com Harbaugh spreads blame on pass-protection problems
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http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shu...rn=nfl-wp12519


Really Cowboys? Really?
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At least 2-game ban likely for Ndamukong Suh of Detroit Lions, sources say - ESPN


Looks like 2 games is going to be the minimum.
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Being that today is Sean Taylor's death anniversary, will the skins play extra hard in his honor?

Remembering Sean Taylor, four years after his death - Shutdown Corner - NFL*Blog - Yahoo! Sports
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Being that today is Sean Taylor's death anniversary, will the skins play extra hard in his honor?

Remembering Sean Taylor, four years after his death - Shutdown Corner - NFL*Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Why would they? Most of the people on this team weren't even around when he was here.
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Why would they? Most of the people on this team weren't even around when he was here.
Why wouldn't they? Have you heard of pride?
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Why wouldn't they? Have you heard of pride?

Those guys will play hard for pride within themselves, not because of the loss of a guy that most probably didn't know or never played with.
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