Funny how the media goes hard about suh but he's leading dt's in pro bowl voting this year.and maybe for the rest of his career if he keeps playing like this. All coaches that talk about suh respects him and so does players...if they don't, they fear him. The nfl gotta know what's real and what's just *****ing. I'm glad ed reed let they *** hear it. And they back off his *** quick.
Dude from the chargers kicked a guy in the head from the ravens. Bet u dont hear **** bout it, but if it was SUH it would be all over the tv.
Good examples. Is the NFL going to look at every time a guy steps on or kicks another player? Could get pretty time consuming considering it happens on almost every play.
Can't wait for the Lions to win the Super Bowl so that all this type of stuff can get ignored by the league rather than them going out of their way looking for it.
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Matt Schaub: Ndamukong Suh is “not Houston Texan worthy”
Posted by Michael David Smith on November 26, 2012, 11:05 AM EST
There’s been a lot of debate in the last few days about whether Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh intentionally or accidentally kicked Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin by on Thanksgiving. Schaub hasn’t directly said what he thinks. But his feelings toward Suh leave little doubt that he believes it was intentional.
Schaub was asked on In the Loop with Nick and Lopez on 610 AM in Houston whether he’d want Suh as a teammate, and he answered, simply, “No.”
Schaub then elaborated that the Texans wouldn’t accept Suh on their team because the Texans believe in playing the game the right way, and Suh does not.
“No, you don’t want a player like that,” Schaub said. “The stuff that he stands for and the type of player he is, that’s not Houston Texan worthy. That’s not what we’re about.”
For a highly drafted, highly paid player who’s as undeniably talented as Suh, there sure are a lot of other NFL players who don’t think highly of him. There’s been some speculation that Suh is already thinking about his ability to leave as a free agent in two and a half years, but given the way the rest of the NFL feels about him, there may not be much of a market for Suh’s services.
But on another note I dont believe all teams would pass on him if he chose to leave us and as far as the leagues decision not to suspend him it was dumb but oh well now if they decide to fine him I would refuse to pay.
Ugh, PC keeps logging me out, then I see an outlandish post, see who wrote it, see it's kingwood and kick my tower since I realize it logged me out again.
Anyways, good that he didn't get suspended for an inadvertent kick...shocked, I know, I thought NFL was in the business of suspending players for inadvertent contact.
In regards to Schaub, you know what else isn't Houston Texan worthy football?
1. Beating the Colts with Peyton Manning
2. Being more popular than the Dallas Cowboys
3. Drafting LB's who don't use PEDS
That's just the start of what isn't Houston Texan worthy
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theres no way suh leaves us, we got him wrapped up in the bag, we franchise him x2 years anyways
I did notice during the game, like every down Schaub would get rid of the ball with Suh pursuing him, and Suh would still take the opportunity to give him a push after the fact. Never a hard hit, just made sure to get his hands to the guy and knock him over. The second I saw the play in question, thought to myself "man he just kicked the guy in the nuts!"
Suh was definitely riding the fine line of not getting a flag thrown, and trying to keep Schaub uncomfortable. Which is RIGHT where he should be. Just hope it doesn't get to the point where players hate him so much they're going to be trying to take out a knee or something at the line. But I love having a DT with grit and a bit of nasty to him. Just wish he would hire a driver already and stay out of the headlines for crap off the field.
And I totally wanted to kick Schaub (and later the refs) in the nuts myself that whole game!