First of all, does the player that is responsible for the most questionably unsportsmanlike plays in NFL history really have to have the most pain-in-the-ass first name in professional sports? I know it's only a small inconvenience, but I am really getting tired of Googling this piece of shit every time I want to write a two paragraph blurb about how much of a cocksucker he is. Can we just agree to call him Kong or something? I know that's probably not politically correct, but I'm not all that worried about offending someone as morally bankrupt as Suh.
Sorry, just had to get that off my chest real quick. Okay, so do we think that Suh intentionally kicked Ryan Fitzpatrick in the head? I am not saying that I know he definitely did, but I am saying that he doesn't get the benefit of the doubt anymore. I don't think I am nitpicking either. All I ask out of Suh is to not end up next to someone that is clutching their nuts in pain or let his foot make contact with a head of a prone, defenseless offensive player. Is that really too much to ask, because I feel like the rest of the NFL has done a pretty job staying out of such situations. Discussing Suh's intentions is like a weekly talking point. ESPN should just pencil it in between 'LeBron' and 'Manziel' on their bottomline.
This is the second time in 4 games that his foot has knocked a helmet off. What are the odds that something like that would ONLY happen to him TWICE? Fuck the boy that cried wolf, Suh is the bull that cried china shop. I know he is an absolute mountain of a man, but he's also one of the most exceptional athletes in the league. Don't tell me he couldn't have avoided kicking Fitzpatrick in the head. Hell, even is he didn't really mean to do it, he should be suspended for not doing enough to makes sure he didn't. If you're out on parole don't get caught standing in front of multiple banks that are being robbed. That doesn't seem like too difficult of a request to fulfill. The NFL is fining players for unintentional hits to the head as part of it's dedication to not getting sued...I mean....player safety. How is continuing to let a player, who jeopardizes his opposition's health every time he steps on the field, do so without reprimand fall within the parameters of protecting your players? The NFL plays by it's own rules, so why not do so in kicking Ndamukong Suh out of the league? One day he's too emotional, the next day he's not emotional. Dude is like 6'4 320 pound menstruating woman. He can't make up his mind and he only cares about himself. He constantly looks the NFL dead in the eyes and kicks dirt on their image. If we went through 8 months of nonsense for a ball that wasn't even deflated why can't we ignore the "innocent until proven guilty" mantra to get Ndamukong Suh the fuck out of the NFL? I know this guy wouldn't mind, because once this video went viral his workplace instantly became unsafe....