Ndamukong Suh kicks are gaining a spot on the Thanksgiving menu alongside turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce.
Suh turned heads for the second straight Turkey Day on Thursday by delivering what some believe was an intentional kick to Texans quarterback Matt Schaub‘s groin.
One could argue that Suh didn’t mean to dish out the boot, and that it was an accident that resulted from the lineman’s momentum as he hit the turf. However, given Suh’s reputation as a dirty player (the league’s dirtiest, in fact), it’s not inconceivable to think there might have been some malice behind the flailing leg.
Texans head coach Gary Kubiak expressed his displeasure with the controversial play after the game, saying, “I didn’t like it.”
Last Thanksgiving, of course, Suh was ejected from the Lions’ game against the Packers for stomping on lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith. Both Thanksgiving incidents are just a small part of Suh’s story, though, as he’s also been flagged and fined multiple times for getting too physical with opposing quarterbacks.
Thursday’s incident wasn’t the first questionable play of Suh’s career, an it’s probably safe to assume it won’t be the last. But before going any further, have a look at Suh’s questionable behavior from his two-plus seasons in the NFL.
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