Ndamukong Suh Says He Isn’t A Dirty Player Until His Mama Calls Him Dirty


A lot of NFL fans and analysts  say Detroit Lions defensive end Ndamukong Suh is a dirty player. But Suh doesn’t believe he is a dirty player because the one person that matters to him the most hasn’t called him a dirty player. That person is his mom.

“I’ll consider myself a dirty player when my mom calls me a dirty player,” he said Monday.

Suh should already consider himself a dirty player. His WWE slam on Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton a few weeks ago was enough to consider him a dirty player. I know Suh wants to put the fear of God in his opponents but there is a difference between aggressiveness and trying to hurt someone.

Suh should also be concern about the example he is setting for rookie defensive tackle Nick Fairley. Fairley already had a reputation at Auburn as a dirty player. He doesn’t need to be on Roger Goodell radar as well.

Suh needs to calm down on that extra, extra aggressiveness and just play football.


  1. Black Sports Online should consider themselves dirty website.
    The quote you should of used is

    “I don’t regret it at all,” “What I find funny about the situation is that I wasn’t the one called for the 15-yard face-mask penalty, and I also didn’t know you could get fined for defending a teammate.” Ndamukong Suh

    Black sports Online the Fox News of sport blogs.
    Deception, Misleading Headlines,Quoting out of context.

  2. I find it amusing that the NE lineman first threw a shot to head, attempted a choke hold and ended up yanking by facemask yet no one is calling that player dirty. Its how the whole thing started. The Lions are trying to set a tone and msg… they aren’t the paper Lions anymore and backing down is no longer the norm in Motown these days.

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