Suh Gets Two Games For Stomping Dietrich-Smith
Detroit Lions defensive tackle and all-around fucktard Ndamukong Suh received a two-game suspension for stomping Green Bay Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith during the teams’ Thanksgiving game.
The incident, which you’ve probably seen 1,000 times by now, happened during the third quarter of the Packers 27-15 victory.
Suh is not allowed to practice or participate in team activities during the suspension. Nor will he be paid. The suspension will cost him $164,000 in game checks and the Lions are also expected to fine Suh an additional $25,000.
Although shitbrick can appeal the suspension, the NFL has said it will expedite any appeal and conclude the matter before week 13. It’s doubtful an appeal will result in anything other than the current two-game ban.
The Lions play the Saints this week and the Vikings next week. They’re currently on the outside of the playoffs looking in, with the Chicago Bears and Atlanta Falcons holding down the conference’s two Wild Card spots.
I’d suggest this would be a huge blow to the Lions, but Suh hasn’t been impressive at all this season. He has only 31 tackles and three sacks through 11 games. He had 66 tackles and 10 sacks last season, so even if he somehow doubles his numbers in the final five games of the season he won’t reach last year’s level of production.
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