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Espn barely says anything. Doubt anyone will even care, what a joke
....you truly do believe the world is out to get Detroit don't you??
Nope, just fins it funny the way suh is villified compared to everyone else
Once again AUAlum06 thinks he knows more than other NFL players, of which have openly united in public to call Suh the dirtiest player in NFL bar none. Routinely, and almost weekly at this point. Not to mention the annual poll of hundreds of players.
But you're right, ESPN has an agenda.
Yetother players do dirty shit all the time and it is fine. See James Harrison and Ed Reed. And this was a clear stomp by the Giants player and noone sol say boo.
Lame thread. Good game so far.
"Those fans are in for a world of hurt...they've never gone up against a premium message board fan base like ours."-Vim
Ok I don't follow the NFL closely so correct me if I'm wrong here, but hasn't James Harrison been fined out the ass multiple times for hits? And wasn't Ed Reed just suspended a game as well as being fined earlier this season?
Well that's it. Ray Lewis is a face despite participating in a gang murder. Ndamakong Suh is a heel because he can be kind of a dick.
There's not any rhyme or reason. Which makes it perfect pontification fodder for useless, washed-up parasites like Skip Bayless, Mitch Albom, Mike Lupica, &c. &c. &c.
This post was edited by TVs Frank21789 19 months ago
Suh is the pre-selected bad guy that the WWF....I mean NFL wants to be played up as a villain.
Nope, only the Lions, MSU, and Red Wings.
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