After not suspending Ndamukong Suh, the NFL announced Wednesday that they would fine the Lions DT $30,000 dollars for his kick to the groin of Texans quarterback Matt Schaub during last Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game from Ford Field.
During his weekly meeting with the media on Wednesday, Suh said the kick was unintentional due to his awkward fall when being dragged down. Suh also mentioned that he wouldn’t apologize to Schaub because what happened is all part of the game.
The NFL however thought otherwise and decided to slap Suh with the hefty fine yet the NFL’s actions once again raise questions as to their logic behind the punishments handed out.
After the incident happen, the NFL was steadfast in issuing a statement that the play itself definitely caught their attention and that they would review video footage of it. As late as yesterday NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stated that it was difficult for the League to determine as to whether or not Suh intended to kick Schaub let a...