No fine for Ndamukong Suh, Kiko Alonso fined $9,115

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Not only did Kiko Alonso not get suspended, he barely got fined (in the relative world of NFL crime and punishment).

According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins linebacker was fined $9,115 for unnecessary roughness for last week’s hit on Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco.

Flacco left the game with a concussion and didn’t return, but is expected to play this week.

Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was not fined for grabbing Ravens backup quarterback Ryan Mallett by the throat, which was interesting considering Suh’s track record of fines.

19 responses to “No fine for Ndamukong Suh, Kiko Alonso fined $9,115

  1. If Kiko is getting fined almost $10k for a shoulder hit, how much is Joe Flacco being fined for being dumb enough to wait to slide less than 5 feet away from Kiko as they both ran full speed into each other?

    I swear these refs think defenders can control their world-class athlete momentum like Madden avatars.

  2. I don’t blame Suh for this bc 1. he’s protecting himself and his teammate for being bullied by Ravens o line 2. I would do the same. 3. Alonzo should never get fine bc flaco was trying to get the yards and slide too late. If a qb decides to run he should never slide, just go head first bc he’s going to get hit any way.

  3. Umm he choked Ryan Mallet a Back up QB not a 300lbs lineman.

    Cody Laws says:
    November 3, 2017 at 4:32 pm
    I don’t blame Suh for this bc 1. he’s protecting himself and his teammate for being bullied by Ravens o line 2. I would do the same. 3. Alonzo should never get fine bc flaco was trying to get the yards and slide too late. If a qb decides to run he should never slide, just go head first bc he’s going to get hit any way.

  4. It’s almost like the guys who have been suspended before have to do something worse then what their last offense was. If I broke someones next one week I would get suspended. If I kicked someone in the groin the next week I wouldn’t get anything. I would have to kill somebody on the field the next time before I would be suspended again.

  5. “ELITE” joe flacco should cover half the fine for not sliding sooner
    while trying to ‘milk’ more yardage in his attempt at a first down.

  6. Of course Alonso got the lightest possible slap on the wrist and Suh got off completely. That’s what happens when the team’s owner is one of Goodell’s towel boys. If Suggs jacked Moore by the throat dollfans would expect him to be executed for it.

  7. Guess this means, open season on QB’s! For those who agree with the minimal fine for the Flacco hit and no fine on Suh, Imagine Moore being the one getting hit or chocked!

  8. Well, suh was sort of defending himself and suh did not strangle the guy. It was a more of you do know that I can mortal combat you right here on the field grab. As as Alonso, don’t be surprised, justice in the nfl, lime in society, is not applied fairly.

  9. The bit I loved about all these shinanagns was when Suh torpedoed the Ravens player who jumped on Alonso after the Flaco hit. Other than that I think the NFL did a good job. It’s a tough game. Flaco hit looked bad but what was Alonso supposed to do and the other stuf was hand bags.

  10. If a QB runs past the line of scrimmage he should be treated like a running back. Problem solved.Flacco was trying to get a first down, and he paid for it. Bill

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