Originally written on The Last Angry Fan  |  Last updated 11/29/11

Next Media Animation is at it again, this time giving us their version of the Ndamukong Suh stomping incident from the Lions-Packers Thanksgiving Day game.  As per usual NMA’s perspective on the whole thing, including their portrayal of Detroit defensive tackle, is, shall we say, unique.

I’m not the most astute observer, but I think I would have noticed that Suh, besides stomping on Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith’s arm, also ripped off the Green Bay player’s limbs like some sort of football playing zombie.  Also, following some intensive researching, I found nothing to suggest that Suh has ever a) lifted Browns QB Colt McCoy an unidentified Browns player by the helmet with one hand and smashed him repeatedly to the turf, or that b) he took out Jay Cutler with a blue orb conjured up with his awesome mind power.  But that’s not to say that it didn’t happen.  Anything is possible if you believe in the power of magic—Doug Henning taught us that.

One thing NMA was able to depict with 100% accuracy was Roger Goodell as a lion tamer…or Lions tamer if you will.  Despite Suh’s apology well after the fact, I don’t see how he will avoid at least a two game suspension from the league for his transgressions, seeing that he’s a multiple offender and all.

Video follows the jump…

Is it weird that I derive most of my opinions on stuff like this from these Taiwan animation videos?

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