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Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall isn't happy with Ndamukong Suh and his violent play on Monday night. Although the Lions defensive tackle was not flagged and will not be fined for the controversial play on quarterback Jay Cutler, Marshall took his rage to Twitter after the game.
"A Suh. What u did to Jay wasn't cool. Great players don't have to do that," Marshall tweeted after the Bears' 13-7 win over the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field. "A Suh. Something I've learned and now passing down to you. Succeed with character."
Cutler was chased down and driven into the ground by Suh in the second quarter and was tended to by team trainers for several minutes. Cutler was taken into the locker room for X-rays and was diagnosed with bruised ribs.
Cutler returned in the second half, but he was in obvious pain as he led the Bears offense.
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After watching Jay Cutler get slammed to the turf by Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh during last night’s game, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall went on Twitter and called Suh out.A Suh. What u did to Jay wasn’t cool. Great players don’t have to do that.— Brandon Marshall (@BMarshall) October 23, 2012A Suh. Something I’ve learned and now passing down to you. Succeed...
Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall isn't happy with Ndamukong Suh and his violent play on Monday night.
Although the Lions defensive tackle was not flagged and will not be fined for the controversial hit on quarterback Jay Cutler, Marshall took his rage to Twitter after the game.
"A Suh. What u did to Jay wasn't cool. Great players don't have to do that,"...
Brandon Marshall is extremely close with Jay Cutler, so it’s no surprise he was upset with Ndamukong Suh for laying a monster hit on the quarterback during “Monday Night Football.”
The Bears wide receiver sent a few tweets after his team won 13-7 to complain about Suh’s sack:
A Suh. What u did to Jay wasn’t cool. Great players don’t have to do that.
— Brandon Marshall...
Lions DT Ndamukong Suh named the NFL’s least liked player (AP Photo)
According to a recent survey done by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research, NFL fans say that Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is the least liked player in the NFL.
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Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh doesn’t care what people think of him after his violent tackle of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler during last night’s game. “People are always going … Continue reading »
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Suh delivered a big hit on Cutler during Monday night's game in Chicago, which marks the third...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler reportedly only suffered “bruised ribs” on a punishing hit from Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh during “Monday Night Football.”
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Jay Cutler threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Marshall and the Chicago Bears held a 13-0 lead over the Detroit Lions after three quarters on Monday night.
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Midway through the second quarter, the Bears...