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Ndamukong Suh Banned For Two Games, Promises to Appeal
I think the biggest question here would be, “What the hell is the point, Suh?” Seriously, after watching the video, I do not understand where the Detroit Lions’ defender and certified split personality madman saw where an appeal could be ruled in his favor.
Not only did he mash a Green Bay Packers player’s head into the ground multiple times, but he also appeared to stomp him as he was being guided away from the situation. To understand where Ndamukong Suh’s head was at during the stomp that warranted the suspension, you would have to have followed him from the beginning of his career with the Lions.
You cannot just watch him on camera and suspect that he is just a heck of a guy, primarily incapable of doing something like this. Suh’s on camera Subway and Chrysler advertisements are far different than the man he is on the field. The Lions have to figure out how to wrangle his emotions in or they will be faced with more than a couple of unpaid suspensions.
Not only does Suh need to learn how to keep his head in the game, but he has to understand how influential he is on the pace of any Detroit Lions’ game that is played. Last season, he was the Messiah of the locker room. He changed the culture and the personality of what Detroit stood for in the football world and has allowed that vision to be clouded by the classification of a “dirty player.”
Everyone loves a hard-hitter, but Coach Jim Schwartz needs a madman on the field that can stay on the field.