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Originally written on NESN.com  |  Last updated 11/22/12

It’s Thanksgiving, and Ndamukong Suh is on the field. Today will not be the day to lay aside “dirty player” accusations. Suh rushed Houston quarterback Matt Schaub in Thursday afternoon’s game, and while he didn’t end up with the sack, his foot did end up in an unfortunate place — or fortunate, if Suh is trying to continue his tradition of questionable attacks — er, hits — on Thanksgiving day. Suh was in the middle of a controversy last year after stomping around on the field — with a Green Bay lineman under his feet. Fair or foul? Decide after seeing the kick below, courtesy of SB Nation. And check out some bonus coverage of last year’s festivities.

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66 Comments:
  • This guy is a low life cheap azz player ... somebody should pay him back by taking out his knee and teaching this thug a lesson the hard way
  • You people should go take a chill pill. Suh is a great player he plays hard, and this hit was not intentional. So he kicked Shaub in the brains. Only hard play.
  • yes it was intentional.. if you can't see that then you need help. when you roll over like that you dont kick your leg out. Dumb ass like that should be fined big time. esp if he's known for doing these acts before
  • That's the way I saw it. His knee was bent until he saw an opportune moment to straighten it, in order to hit Schaub in the groin. Sometimes, I think that the sports announcers would be better than refs. Then there's another call that gave the Texans a cheap touchdown. So there were enough bad/missed calls to rile up both sides, Texans and Lions.
  • Ram- if you think that that wasn't an intentional kick then you probably have had too many concussions from legit hits.
  • you stink butt happy Thanksgiving.
  • Nadaknucklehead Suh(x)is an animal and should be banned from the league. Did you see what he did to the Green Bay player last year?! The only thing lamer about the idiot is the stupid name he picked for himself. What a douche!
  • Are you serious ram? Suh is NOT a great player. He is a good player that plays dirty and takes cheap shots. This is just another in his long list of intentional dirty plays. He is a piece of shet.
  • Islenskur - get a clue. Suh was bull-dogged to the ground by o-lineman, just a follow-through leg-whip. How would you like someone taking out your knee for doing your job?
  • You are a moron tballusn. This was intentional and if you can't see that, pull your head out of your arse, because that is obviously where it is. Just another example of the demeanor of the loser lions.
  • Eventually he will get his, we can only hope it is before he hurts some one severely. Maybe he will be crippled for life physically as he is already a mental cripple.
  • Hey who said there were no more Twinkes. He just kicked him in the Twinkie.
    He is a Dirty Player.I think he got into some trouble last year.
    It still was funny. He said Hey Schaub Twinkie.
  • Sue is a Bad Ass! It will take a Bad Ass to stop him...
  • Foul. Suh us such a prick.
    The Metta World Peace of the NFL.
  • This fall doesn't look very natural. If he DOES naturally fall that way he would be 'exposed' and would probably be stomped.
  • Foul. Definitely foul. I watched it happen. It was clearly intentional. He put some force behind it. Something needs to be done about Suh. Since fines and anger management seem to have no effect, how about suspending him a few games? Maybe that would get his attention.
  • It's to bad Suh is playing at all suspend him the rest of the year, MAYBE next year we will not have to watch him TRY (TRY? :/) to injure someone else.

    Pathetic piece of evil........injurys happen, when it's intentional fine and suspend. He will not quit until someone else's career is destroyed by his ignorance.
  • Cheap shot! Typical of Suh. Fine and suspend him.
  • sorry for the f. word, kinda hot right know!!!!
  • what a sorry prick,fine and suspend the rest of the season
  • all you ******* assholes are jealous. This has become a game of touch foot ball let them play the game and quit picking on Suh there have been all lot dirtier players than him in the old days when there was real football. They need to hire back the replacement refs as Detroit got ****** once again.
  • All you people watch some thing else. Such as tennis.
  • That guy is an ass. As you are!!!
  • Suh also horse-collared Shaub in the first quarter that didn't get called. He's a thug.
  • I saw both infractions, I am not a Texan fan but this sure shows what kind of a slimeball sux is. Eventually he will get his, we can only hope it is before he hurts some one severely. Maybe he will be crippled for life physically as he is already a mental cripple.





























  • Foul..
    They ought to kick him out of pro ball, he's nothing but a THUG.He would probably end up in prison within a years time.
  • I've said ol' Donkey Kong Suh is a dirty player for a long time now. He needs to be banned from the NFL NOW.
  • Why is the NFL still allowing this monster to play? He should be fined and banned from the game permanently.
  • The NFL needs to step in in a big way here. Something along the lines of if your a repeat offender that is fined for dirty hits / dirty play then your salary (no matter what your contract says) goes to the league minimum for a year. Sounds harsh but some of these guys dont care about fines for 20,000, 10,000 etc. When your making millions, that is not really that much.
    They can even call it the "Suh rule".
  • To me in the replay above his head is toward the ground as his foot hit him in the groin. Not sure how everyone thinks he is purposely kicking him there when not even looking where his foot is going. There are a lot more players out there other than Suh that do the same stuff but just isn't publicized as much as Suh is.
  • I watched this video 20-30 times. Watch the way he is falling. His leg and knee should follow his momentum downward but he clearly kciks up and out instead......

    You NEVER kick a guy in the balls...it's not right.

    Suh is an out of control piece of feces. He is a MAJOR Fk-UP and Goodell should kick him in his tiny little balls

  • Oh yeah it definitely looks like he kicks up and out for sure no doubt you're a genius. Try getting pulled down by an O lineman and tell me where your feet end up. You people are just idiots jumping on a bandwagon full of Suh haters. Dig the sand out of your vaginas and grow up.
  • open your eyes ar and look around you see nothing but feces? thats because your head is up your @$$
  • He thinks he is real clever doing this in a way that seems unintentional but..the MORON...the camera catches ALL...especially when you are already a blatant IDIOT
  • And I have said for years that the Univ. of Nebraska teaches dirty play. Need another example, Incognito who was voted the second dirtiest player in the NFL and is from U. of Nebraska.
  • Watch closely ! He speeds up his kick and redirects his foot just before he makes contact. This is definately on purpose. I say "Enough Already" with Suh and his "thug" mentality. He has already been fined and suspended twice. I say that it's time to ban him from the game and be done with him.
  • Foul, he pulled back and kicked with force.
  • Suh -weeeeee! Pig, pig pig. Get the point?!?
  • FAIR...**** happens!!
  • Slow motin is not real time SHOW IT IN REAL TIME!!!! Huskers are not dirty players
  • It wasn't called sooooooo i would say no foul lol
  • Don't be a moron! Just because it wasn't called doesn't make it right. Go grow a pair yourself you idiot.
  • Even giving him the benefit of doubt on the 1st kick, the second kick was obviously intentional. Just another cheap shot which he'll deny.
  • i14wanna its called intense no skirts allowed
  • show it real then make judgement
  • When is the NFL grow the pair that Suh kicked today. Fines don't mean a thing to him, as he feels he has never done anything wrong and the league is just picking on him. This guy needs a suspension long enough to cost him some serious money and cost his team. If he is in fact a valuable player, then losing him for 8-10 games will get his team mates on his arse. This guy is one opf the dirtiest players in league history. He makes the Steelers Harrison look like a wimp. I looking forward to hearing how he intends to defend his latest foul. What a scum-suckin' muttt!!!
  • I agree with you 100% get rid of him for a whole season make it hurt.
  • That was a intentional kick. Why has Detroit put up with this guy?
  • Things happen in the game. Not intentional. The problem is that all QB's should wear skirts.
  • F'ing POS needs to be kicked out the NFL and prosecuted for assault. There is absolutely NO redeeming qualities to thug!
  • Suh is a POS. It's not a matter of playing hard. Only a blind man couldn't see that he extended his leg with purpose. He needs a humongous fine and at least a 3 game suspension without pay. There's no room in athletics for scum like Suh.





  • I have watched the replay 10 times.to me that was an illegal hit.you can see where he pulled his leg inn before delivering his hit ......suhs is a filrty player he should be banned from playing footbvall .he is going to mane some one permenant
  • Does he practice hiding dirty hits?
  • Such a POS fine and suspend the pathetic excuse for a human being
  • It is legal to chop a defensive lineman's knees. I don't know why, but it is legal. They claim you could never have a running play if the o lineman couldn't do that. At any rate, what Suh did was after the fact. The quarterback already let the ball go. It was not to stop the play. Suh's leg was coming down, he brings it back up and out. Bringing it back up and out was a conscious act. This has no place in any football game anywhere.
  • Honestly watching the video I can see where people think he did it purposely. Being thrown down like he was his momentum would carry his leg out like that and to be honest I can see the extra lil kick at the end I dont think he ment to kick him in the balls but you all see what you want to see. To i14wanna saying that Nebraska teaches dirty play...really cause when suh played here he didnt do that stuff I dont remember seeing him get penalties like he does in the NFL...So when he leaves here and goes to Detroit and starts racking up all these penalties for dirty play you blame Nebraska?!? Why not blame the Lions head coach for lack of control of the players? To me that would be the likely place to put the blame not on Nebraska.
  • And Ed reed gets 1 game for a clean shot and this chump su kicks like a girl
  • Ndamukong Sux should be done for the year. Send him back to Nebraska where he can sex-up some sheep.
  • We don't want him back in Nebraska!!!
  • 14wanna...
    You don't have a clue! Nebraska does not teach dirty play you moron... Nebraska is one of the most stand up teams in college football! They don't tolerate the crap that Suh pulled today. Husker fans are also some of the most courteous people I have ever encountered on the college level. Whatever is going on with Suh you can bet he didn't learn it at NU.
  • I agree--Nebraska is not known for dirty play on the field. Football is a tough game without intentional hits. This makes me ashamed to say that he came from Nebraska. He should be dealt with in a more monetary manner, where it would really hurt him..
  • Obviously FOUL. Suh, while a very talented & powerful player, is simply a dirty player. He took advantage of the situation to try & make it look like an accidental kick, but it clearly was intentional. I hope he gets suspended; there's no room in the game for unsportsman like conduct and he is the poster child.
  • This is so typical of this guy. Yes! he does go full throttle on every play as he should but this one is clear cut intentional .The NFL needs to put a stop to his antics and fast.
    1.Suspend for final games of this season with no pay.
    2.DO NOT ALLOW him back next year until anger management/therapy sessions are taken with the approval and satisfaction of the Commissioner. Nothing less
  • Suh, if I understand all the knot heads here, has to be the greatest athlete in today's football; if guilty of some foul move. After being cut, or dragged to the ground at full speed he has the ability to without stopping his momentum to direct his foot to this guys groin intentionally. And he can do this with his face planted in the ground...AMAZING
  • This guy needs a dramatic suspension. God dell are you listening?
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