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Matt Schaub: Ndamukong Suh is “not Houston Texan worthy”

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There’s been a lot of debate in the last few days about whether Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh intentionally or accidentally kicked Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin by on Thanksgiving. Schaub hasn’t directly said what he thinks. But his feelings toward Suh leave little doubt that he believes it was intentional.

Schaub was asked on In the Loop with Nick and Lopez on 610 AM in Houston whether he’d want Suh as a teammate, and he answered, simply, “No.”

Schaub then elaborated that the Texans wouldn’t accept Suh on their team because the Texans believe in playing the game the right way, and Suh does not.

“No, you don’t want a player like that,” Schaub said. “The stuff that he stands for and the type of player he is, that’s not Houston Texan worthy. That’s not what we’re about.”

For a highly drafted, highly paid player who’s as undeniably talented as Suh, there sure are a lot of other NFL players who don’t think highly of him. There’s been some speculation that Suh is already thinking about his ability to leave as a free agent in two and a half years, but given the way the rest of the NFL feels about him, there may not be much of a market for Suh’s services.

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79 Responses to “Matt Schaub: Ndamukong Suh is “not Houston Texan worthy””
  1. npstout says: Nov 26, 2012 11:11 AM

    That’s funny considering Houston is largely regarded as having one of the dirtiest O-Lines in the game.

  2. schmitty2 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:11 AM

    Schaub then elaborated that the Texans wouldn’t accept Suh on their team because the Texans believe in playing the game the right way, and Suh does not

    So what does Schaub think about Brian Cushing then?

  3. jasonkrebs says: Nov 26, 2012 11:12 AM

    “not be much of a market”

    oh please. Rex Ryan would push Tebow’s broken ribs down a flight of stairs on his way to sign up Suh.

  4. 00reo says: Nov 26, 2012 11:22 AM

    As a Titans fan I just have to add… people around the NFL sure didn’t think much of Haynesworth either but when the time came for him to be an FA after a couple good seasons, there was definitely a bit of a market for him. If Suh plays well in the final year(s) of his contract, someone will pay him.

  5. guitarmy204 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:22 AM

    So using steroids is the right way?

  6. subtlehammer says: Nov 26, 2012 11:25 AM

    Am I the only one tired of hearing Texans. Let them actually accomplish something, then they can run their mouths.

  7. okieviacal says: Nov 26, 2012 11:26 AM

    I’m sure its due in part to the tone set by the replacement refs, but I can’t remember a NFL season with more pre/post game complaints about how dirty the other team is or about how much the other team gets away with. It’s really difficult to respect these guys when they all talk as much as they do.

    Fellas, please just go play the game and settle it on the field.

  8. getatmeplease says: Nov 26, 2012 11:26 AM

    They all say that about guys like Suh. He’s dirty and mean and you’d never want him on your team… until your team signs him and he’s wreaking havoc on the other teams.

    His penalties in 2012: one offsides for 5 yards. So dirty. Keep hating!

  9. essentialsausage says: Nov 26, 2012 11:27 AM

    As a Lions fan, I’m hoping Suh is suspended for the rest of the season. He needs to learn some sort of lesson that he isn’t getting from his coaches. This guy had the nerve to do an ESPN magazine interview in which he claimed he was embarrassed and that he had moved on from stomping Evan Dietrich-Smith LAST Thanksgiving. As it turns out, he hadn’t moved on at all.

  10. noeffinway says: Nov 26, 2012 11:28 AM

    Why no endless stream of articles dissecting that kick by the Saints player??? Heck he was even ejected! I understand he ain’t no Suh, but come on man!

  11. charlesanakin says: Nov 26, 2012 11:29 AM

    Every GM in the league would sell their grandma to get Suh. The thing I find interesting is that neither Schaub or the two lineman blocking Suh reacted hostilely towards Suh immediately following the hit in the balls. If they had thought it was intentional in the moment they would have gone after him right away. This is isn’t Jared Allen, Brian Robison or Charles Woodson (none of whom were suspended for obviously intentional blows). Let it go. Demonizing Suh won’t make your life any better.

  12. sin101 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:30 AM

    That’s funny considering Houston is largely regarded as having one of the dirtiest O-Lines in the game.

    Making defensive linemen falling on their backside is not dirty.Going at the front of the knee is dirty…Biggest misconception in football.As for Brian Cushing…What about Julius Peppers?Is he a bad teamate as well?

  13. normdogg says: Nov 26, 2012 11:32 AM

    Let me get this straight, the guys who’s team just won by cheating has something to say about it integrity? I don’t like Suh much, but it this case he did nothing wrong.

  14. kesher10 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:33 AM

    If someone was willing to take Albert Haynesworth a few years ago, someone will definitely take a shot with Suh.

  15. txbigdaddy1 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:35 AM

    Really npstout? And you have firsthand knowledge of this? Everyone knows how blatantly dirty Suh is. And being he sys for Detroit only shows how well he fits in. Dirty city, dirty player. And smitty, you think Cushing is dirty? You obviously don’t know football. Last I checked, he isn’t getting fined or suspended for dirty play even before his injury. Dirty players such as Suh bring a bad name to the teams they play for. But playing for Detroit, it’s understandable. If it wasn’t for his dirty play nobody would know who he is.

  16. izlez says: Nov 26, 2012 11:39 AM

    With all the accusations that this site is “anti-lions”, I can’t help but laugh when I notice that the story of Watt facing punishment for his dirty hit on Stafford suddenly dissappears from the “Top Stories” home page and is replaced with another story bashing the lions

  17. deathonwings410 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:40 AM

    Suh is a dirty player, but I’d love to see him in Black and Purple. Our DLine outside of Ngata is no longer dominant, though they’ve been getting better in recent weeks.

  18. jpb12 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:41 AM

    Bengals. Raiders. Jets. Cowboys.

  19. jskill3 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:43 AM

    I agree with Schaub. And I’ll go further. Suh is not NFL worthy.

  20. notor23 says: Nov 26, 2012 11:43 AM

    I hate Suh and the Lions as much as the next guy, but doesn’t Houston already have one of the dirtiest players in the league? Tim Dobbins gave Cutler a concussion with one of the cheapest shots I’ve seen all year.

  21. zoxitic says: Nov 26, 2012 11:43 AM

    Hey Matt,
    You play on the same team as Cushing and the dirtiest offensive line in the NFL, but I guess theyre Texans worthy?

  22. dexterismyhero says: Nov 26, 2012 11:48 AM

    He answered the question. He should have shut his pie hole after that instead of elaborating.

    Texans are a very good team with a lot of balance, but shut up and win something.

  23. scrotiemcb says: Nov 26, 2012 12:05 PM

    Hilarious how every zone blocking line is immediately deemed dirty. It’s like death and taxes and stuff like.

    Guess what, whiners? The rules accommodate zone schemes.

    The rules, personal character, ethics, adulthood, and just plain decency all preclude try to kick a man square in his package.

  24. txtopsycrett says: Nov 26, 2012 12:05 PM

    charlesanakin: “The thing I find interesting is that neither Schaub or the two lineman blocking Suh reacted hostilely towards Suh immediately following the hit in the balls.”

    Because the Texans are a classy team. They let their play on the field speak for them.

  25. stabor95 says: Nov 26, 2012 12:06 PM

    Please, You guys give Suh to much credit. If it was intentional, that was one of the best planned accidental hits I’ve seen.

  26. houstontexan713281832 says: Nov 26, 2012 12:10 PM

    How is Brian cushing a dirty player? I could be wrong but I don’t think Cushing has been fined for anything. He tested positive 3 yrs ago, lets move on. He plays hard and makes football plays…not kicking a player when he’s down or swinging your leg to kick someone. A helmet to helmet hit does not make you a dirty player. Ed reed has had 3 in 3 yrs but I don’t think anyone thinks of him as a dirty player, more like one of best safeties of his era. At end of the day texans are 10-1, lions will once again be watching playoffs like me at home.

  27. dianebanda1968 says: Nov 26, 2012 12:11 PM

    It is a known fact Sch is rated one of the dirtiest players in the NFL and I’m not defending all the NFL teams but Sch has intentionally hurt other players on purpose, and he needs to be taught a lesson…suspend him and fine him…I’m a Texans fan and would not want to see Shu on my favorite NFL team we don’t need players like him…as for the one who said any GM would sell their grandma to get Sch is not so smart…! The texans were playing a fair game on Thanksgiving Sch is the one who kept on playing dirty…Sch has some mental and anger issues agaisnt other people, and has no business in playing a contact sport! No reason to want to hurt other players intentional, and I understand it’s football, and players will get hurt but not in the way Sch does it!!!

  28. txtopsycrett says: Nov 26, 2012 12:11 PM

    All the “dirty o-line” comments are unfounded. Please produce one article or comment from a defensive player stating the cut blocking scheme the Texans utilize is dirty.

    Also, saying Cushing is dirty is assinine. He plays the game. Anything he MAY have done was to himself and no to the detrement of players safety. And even Jay Cutler said Tim Dobbins hit wasn’t dirty.

  29. 989lions says: Nov 26, 2012 12:12 PM

    Where is the story about the Saints lineman kicking a downed 49er, he was ejected for that. Where is the outrage over the late hit/ejection on Dalton. This is getting really old, for the records JJ Watt’s hit on Stafford was 100 % clean, but let’s not pretend that if it was someone on the Lions delivering that shot they wouldn’t have thrown a flag.

  30. rezdawg says: Nov 26, 2012 12:15 PM

    Lol…maybe some of you should learn what is legal and illegal in terms of blocking. The Texans offensive line legally blocks…you guys realize cut blocks are LEGAL in the NFL, correct? There is a right way and a wrong way to do it…and last I checked, the Texans offensive line hasnt been fined, at all, for illegal blocks.

  31. richndc says: Nov 26, 2012 12:22 PM

    say bad stuff about my playa–dont make yu life betta–yall bunhc of stuoopid httt8rs!…who talks like this? Calling out a dirty player who has done it over and over makes someone’s life bad? Ruined? Jealous? What kind of thinking is this? Put the game controller and chronic down–there is a real world out there. This kind of twitter war talk is pathetic, some sad attempt at feeling significant.

  32. toddbronson1 says: Nov 26, 2012 12:25 PM

    Does Schaub consider the referees in Thanksgiving game “Texans worthy”?

  33. purpleguy says: Nov 26, 2012 12:26 PM

    I’ll bet 31 other NFL teams would take that guy, even if he has no sense of fair play.

  34. formyministy says: Nov 26, 2012 12:26 PM

    so, a defensive tackle kicked someone in the head, well after the play was over…it must have been suh, right pft? wait, pft is completely ignoring it, so it wasn’t suh at all.

    jared allen last year punched ray edwards in the junk, and pft had a story about how funny it was. allen told ray that he was going to do it, then he did it, then pft said how funny it was. no fine, no suspension. and another dirty hit yesterday for jared allen. hmmm.

    shaun smith a couple years back, caught in two different games ON CAMERA grabbing guys junk, nfl fined, but then overturned the fine on appeal.

    just so we’re consistent, right? lol at so-called lions fan saying suh should be suspended for the rest of the year.

  35. htown1035 says: Nov 26, 2012 12:28 PM

    Absolutely Schaub is right – Suh has a ton of talent but his head’s not right. Playing for a coach like Schwartz makes it even worse – if he were playing for a coach like Coughlin or McCarthy or even Kubiak I would doubt he’d get into as much trouble.

    The Texans are a class organization being built the right way, young with tons of talent, a playoff team last year and the best team in the AFC this year. Certainly they don’t need a cancer like Suh when they have a player like Watt who’s just as talented and 10x the person.

  36. JLB says: Nov 26, 2012 12:39 PM

    notor23 says:
    Nov 26, 2012 11:43 AM
    I hate Suh and the Lions as much as the next guy, but doesn’t Houston already have one of the dirtiest players in the league? Tim Dobbins gave Cutler a concussion with one of the cheapest shots I’ve seen all year.

    Tim Dobbins hit wasn’t a cheap shot. Cutler ran the ball a few times already and was past the line when he got hit. If you look, Dobbins realizes Cutler got rid of the ball and doesn’t drive him into the ground after the contact. The fine was because he hit the QB in the helmet even though the QB was a runner at that point (as evidenced by the penalty he recieved for throwing the ball past the line of scrimmage) Also, Dobbins doesn’t have any history of making cheap shots. One play doesn’t prove anything about a player. Suh has kicked players more than once, hit them late, violently throws players to the ground to the point of drawing flags. He had another play in that same game where Suh hit Schaub post throw then continued to drag him into the ground via the collar which also should have been a penalty. Suh has the history and lives up to the rep all the time.

  37. hellafiedfc says: Nov 26, 2012 12:41 PM

    txbigdaddy1 says:
    Nov 26, 2012 11:35 AM
    Really npstout? And you have firsthand knowledge of this? Everyone knows how blatantly dirty Suh is. And being he sys for Detroit only shows how well he fits in. Dirty city, dirty player. And smitty, you think Cushing is dirty? You obviously don’t know football. Last I checked, he isn’t getting fined or suspended for dirty play even before his injury. Dirty players such as Suh bring a bad name to the teams they play for. But playing for Detroit, it’s understandable. If it wasn’t for his dirty play nobody would know who he is.

    _________________________________
    You know dick about the city of detroit. the only dick you know is the one coming out of your mouth when you speak of things you know nothing about.

  38. spharrgcs says: Nov 26, 2012 12:42 PM

    Another year, another bad lions team, another Thanksgiving meltdown and yet another unsportsmanlike (dirty) play by Mr. Suh. If nothing else, this team is quality TV entertainment for non-Lions fans. Suh is talented but dirty, and the problem is that he still doesn’t completely grasp the notion that, especially on a highly visible holiday game, he is express himself and showcasing his lack of control for the entire football-watching universe to witness. Bit by bit, kick by kick, he is building the wrong kind of behavoiral resume that, over time, will be the ultimate reason he is left out in the cold just about the time his talents have diminished enough that they no longer out-weight the headache aspect of his game.

  39. billhicks666 says: Nov 26, 2012 12:43 PM

    subtlehammer says:

    “Am I the only one tired of hearing Texans. Let them actually accomplish something, then they can run their mouths.”

    Give me a break! What do you expect the Texans players to do everytime a question is asked of one of them, say “No comment”?? They don’t go out of their way to seek attention or “run their mouths”, as you put it. They’re not the New York Jets.

  40. peytonsneck18 says: Nov 26, 2012 12:44 PM

    Suh is overated just like the Texans, he would fit right in!!!!

  41. mtheparrothead says: Nov 26, 2012 12:45 PM

    “But that Brian Cushing fella, now there’s a class act”. -Matt schaub

  42. koufaxmitzvah says: Nov 26, 2012 12:52 PM

    Well, I guess the Texans have arrived. Considering how the well edumacated fan on this site likes to use some very selective reasoning, and, of course, flagrant character assassinations, to dispute anything Matt Schaub has to say about kicked in the gnads.

    Being the top team nay have its disadvantages, but not having folks like Zoxitic on the bandwagon isn’t one of them. Cry on.

  43. vicksprman says: Nov 26, 2012 12:53 PM

    Yes htown because Watt would never freelance get caught out of position then yell at his coach. Upstanding citizens would never do that.

  44. htown1035 says: Nov 26, 2012 12:56 PM

    vicksprman says: Nov 26, 2012 12:53 PM

    Yes htown because Watt would never freelance get caught out of position then yell at his coach. Upstanding citizens would never do that.
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    Really? You’re going to compare getting in an argument with a coach with dirty play? Are you that stupid?

  45. bucfandango says: Nov 26, 2012 1:20 PM

    …and the Falcons O line has HELD their way to 10-1. Lookout Saints, you’re next. Arthur Blank is going to get that new stadium and the refs are making sure of it.

  46. pdillon1 says: Nov 26, 2012 1:30 PM

    Suh has to be the most overrated player in the league. He’s not even the best DT in his own division. That honor goes to Henry Melton.

  47. hor2012 says: Nov 26, 2012 1:35 PM

    Let me say the real clear. If Suh wanted to go to Houston and GK and WP thought that he could help them win a superbowl he’s going to be a Texan. Schub you haven’t done anything yet to earn the type of clout to keep anyone of that team. In fact; you might want to make it through a whole season healthy before you say things like that. Becausee; I promise you. If the Texans think that Suh was get them a superbowl, he’s going to be your team mate.

  48. bluenose1965 says: Nov 26, 2012 1:35 PM

    peytonsneck18 says:
    Nov 26, 2012 12:44 PM
    Suh is overated just like the Texans, he would fit right in!!!!

    Still hurting from that beating the Texans gave you at home earlier this year? Incidentally, a game that included cheap shots by 2 Broncos on Schaub.

  49. tjb9935 says: Nov 26, 2012 1:39 PM

    peytonsneck18 says:

    Suh is overated just like the Texans, he would fit right in!!!!

    ____________________________________

    Yes, I agree Suh is over-rated – by anyone who doesn’t think he is the dirtiest player in the HFL by far!!

    No, the Texans are NOT over-rated. The Texans are the most balanced team in the NFL. The Texans have shown they can win games in just about any way possible: running and stopping the run; passing and getting multiple sacks; on the lead; from behind; in overtime; etc. etc.

  50. contraisloosebuthole says: Nov 26, 2012 1:47 PM

    Who cares the Texans and Lions suck. The entire AFC is second tier.

  51. 4sharita says: Nov 26, 2012 1:47 PM

    Our Dirty D Lions should have beaten Houston at least twice in one game. Free 7 points due to rule that doesn’t make sense and then Jason Hansen missing a field goal. I’m not claiming the Lions are SB contenders now, but The Texans didn’t look like they are either. They got extremely lucky on Thursday.

  52. jhtobias says: Nov 26, 2012 1:51 PM

    Suh is dirty no doubt, but don’t throw rocks at glass houses schaub.. Sunday night football against the packers brown the offensive lineman cheap shots the packer linebacker and ends his season on the exact same play you cried about the jets ending cushing season..

  53. mattolikesthevikes says: Nov 26, 2012 1:52 PM

    Amen

  54. vicksprman says: Nov 26, 2012 1:55 PM

    The dirtiest player in the league has one penalty for five yards the league has gone soft. Jack Tatum just rolled over in his grave and Conrad Dobler just kicked a cat.

  55. rmc1995 says: Nov 26, 2012 1:57 PM

    JJ Watt put the crown of his helmet right on Stafford’s chin. That’s the kind of player Shaub wants on his team. A kick to the junk is for sissies.

  56. bullcharger says: Nov 26, 2012 1:59 PM

    Schaub should speak for himself and not the organization. That’s not his place.

  57. maddbearfan says: Nov 26, 2012 2:02 PM

    That’s right Matt, Suh wouldn’t be of any additional help to your team because you already have the PR dept. trying to do damage control with Dobbins being there.
    One cheap shot artist is enuf.

  58. houstontexan713281832 says: Nov 26, 2012 2:23 PM

    Are you actually trying to compare Suh to Dobbins? “C’ mon man!!”- CC

  59. wikipediasaidso says: Nov 26, 2012 2:31 PM

    Man, I really hate it when NFL players go all holier-than-thou. And I’m neither a Lions nor a Suh fan.

  60. bigboi30 says: Nov 26, 2012 2:43 PM

    Ummmm not Texans material? I forgot, how much and how many players got fined in that game? Suh was not fined,, Even if he did kick, I guarantee that it was for trying to cause a fumble then the kick Shaub in what little bit he has.. I had respect for the Texans, because it was a heck of a football game. But when a ” supposed leader” of the team wants to take a cheap shot at a player that plays the game like it is supposed to be played is just a cry baby. I just think it’s a little funny but the players that got find it on the Texans are not complaining or cause you any grief but you have a crybaby quarterback that just wants to have the light shine on him as long as possible.

  61. newkirk850 says: Nov 26, 2012 2:48 PM

    The only reason most people think he’s dirty because you don’t have him on your team. By the way, your backup has more playoff wins than you do Schaub. Worry about that instead of Suh.

  62. newkirk850 says: Nov 26, 2012 2:50 PM

    Didn’t Cushing get busted using PEDs? Look in your own locker room first!

  63. packhawk04 says: Nov 26, 2012 2:52 PM

    Suh says “lets talk about the right way to play when you quit diving at my knees” in 3,2,1

  64. trilbilly says: Nov 26, 2012 3:05 PM

    This guy should be on his way to a Hall of Fame carreer. Instead Jim Schwartz is turning him into the second coming of Albert Haynesworth. That’s exactly the type of play you would expect from Fat Albert.

  65. bluenose1965 says: Nov 26, 2012 3:26 PM

    Schaub was simply answering a question on a radio show, where he calls in on Monday’s. Everyone in Houston can tell you that owner Bob McNair wants good guys on his team, not bad apples. Suh has a bad reputation. That’s not what the organization wants on the team. It’s that simple a comment.
    Take a Texan fans word for it, when we were 7-9 every year, we would have loved a few criminals to get us over the hump.

    For the Bears fans going after Dobbins. It was only a couple of weeks ago you were screaming the house down about another questionable Suh play, when he tried to spike Cutler. Short memories or persistent whiners? :)

  66. marthisdil says: Nov 26, 2012 3:30 PM

    newkirk850 says: Nov 26, 2012 2:48 PM

    The only reason most people think he’s dirty because you don’t have him on your team. By the way, your backup has more playoff wins than you do Schaub. Worry about that instead of Suh.

    ======================

    Says the Detroit fan…lol

  67. lionsdraftguy says: Nov 26, 2012 3:34 PM

    Im glad to have him as a Lion, hes a great player.

    That funny part when I think about it, is Schaub isnt Lions worthy, cuz we already have a better QB….AND a better WR.

  68. dino2997 says: Nov 26, 2012 3:41 PM

    Right…and a player like Tim Dobbins who tries to knock out the opposing QB in the same fashion IS Houston Texans worthy? Get over yourself. Schaub.

  69. burnzido says: Nov 26, 2012 4:06 PM

    Ndamukong Suh = Albert Haynesworth = BUM

  70. atxpatfan says: Nov 26, 2012 4:29 PM

    lionsdraftguy says:Nov 26, 2012 3:34 PM

    Im glad to have him as a Lion, hes a great player.

    That funny part when I think about it, is Schaub isnt Lions worthy, cuz we already have a better QB….AND a better WR.
    —————————————————

    Ok, let’s assume thats true. It’s not helping them much is it?

  71. theuglitruth says: Nov 26, 2012 4:30 PM

    Schaub = Typical crybaby QB

  72. htown1035 says: Nov 26, 2012 4:53 PM

    The NFL players voted him the dirtiest player in the NFL – if that’s not a valid reason to consider him that what else is?

  73. cags777 says: Nov 26, 2012 5:18 PM

    If it were up to the Lions’ GM, I think he would pick Stafford over Suh and would allow Suh to depart via free agency. Yes, he’s a dirty player and doesn’t care what other players think about him (Schaub included). But unlike Haynesworth, Suh will actually give a team everything that is asked of him – maybe even a championship. He just needs to be a better human being on the field and off in order to gain the trust of future teammates around the league.

  74. edgarh21 says: Nov 26, 2012 7:40 PM

    Matt Shaub is not Houston Texan worthy either. Maybe not even browns worthy lol

  75. djaehne says: Nov 26, 2012 7:43 PM

    Would have been sweet for Schaub to drop back three steps and throw a low line drive pass right between suh legs. However Suh likely has no balls. Steroids have done away with them.

  76. kghorbani says: Nov 26, 2012 7:44 PM

    Yeah totally not worthy.

    The same guy that lead the league in passing only a few years back right? Do you even watch football?

  77. jasonr3342 says: Nov 26, 2012 10:08 PM

    Cry, cry, cry. All I read here is crying. Suh is tough and has been dirty. How many of you cry babies played as a lineman. You are taught to bend fingers, smash fingers with face masks, etc. All this talk about the Texans being balanced. Poor officiating gave them the game. I alao seen where Cushings steroids use is in the past. Well ok, Suh has one penalty this year, offsides. Cut blocking is legal, ok. Well so is going full speed every play and giving it your all on every play. You won, shut your crying mouths and look to next week. AFC is subparagraph to NFC, Texans not even close enough to being a SB caliber team. I live in Texas and liked tge Texans outside of my love of the Lions. Now, I will distance my from your crying asses

  78. dkp222 says: Nov 27, 2012 1:20 AM

    It is funny how Suh gets to be such a dirty player for playing all out every down. Yes he made some dumb mistakes but as you can see the media and CBS boys assume guilty regardless of the facts. one 5 yard penalty in 11 games…no late hits and any other personal fouls. If he is so dirty where is the evidence. Every team in the league would love to have the chance to sign Suh…not worthy…are you kidding. Schaub needs to look at his own players if he wants to see dirty.

  79. rekokiddo09 says: Nov 29, 2012 8:57 AM

    This is comical. I’m a Lions fan, but i want Suh traded, let me get that out of the way. But Shaub saying he isn’t Texan worthy is funny. Watt has had planty of dirty hits on QB, and Cushing is a PED Junky. Sounds like if anyone is Texan worthy it’s Suh ha

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