Suh Doesn’t Care If People Think He’s A Dirty Player, Won’t Apologize
Ndamukong Suh is absolute destruction on the move when chasing a quarterback.
Suh has not been that big a game changer between the tackles this season, but get him chasing after your quarterback, and it’s going to end badly.
Suh has a serious affliction with Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, and last night brought the hurt to him again.
Suh spoke to the Chicago Sun Times after the ball game last night, and labeled the play a “football play.”
He also let it be known,”he doesn’t care if people think he’s a dirty player.”
“People are always going to have their opinions,” Suh said. “It’s not going to hurt my feelings.”
“There were no harsh words between us,” said Suh, who was fined $15,000 for a hit on Cutler in 2010. “I wanted to make sure he was good. I’m never a person to injure anybody and take anybody out of the game.
“That’s why I checked on him when he was there on the ground. I asked one of his people if he was OK. He got up, ran by me, hit me in my stomach and told me he was fine. And later on, I checked on him again.”
Suh is Suh in my opinion.
I think if he did more on the interior line and made more plays, he wouldn’t get such a bad rap.
It seems now though that the only time Suh is making a play is when’s he roughing a quarterback up.