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Ndamukong Suh Taunting: Lions Tackle Again In Trouble For On-Field Behavior

Ndamukong Suh Taunting: Lions Tackle Again In Trouble For On-Field Behavior

Ndamukong Suh and his taunting were making headlines again as the Detroit Lions tackle can’t seem to keep himself out of trouble.

Suh has gotten into trouble for dirty behavior before, including on Thanksgiving day when his foot just happened to kick Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin as Suh went to the ground.

This time the Ndamukong Suh taunting accusation came from Colts guard Mike McGlynn, who called out Suh for what he believed was unsportsmanlike behavior. As KCTV 5 reported, the incident took place with a little under seven minutes to play in the game on Sunday when Lions cornerback Don Carey intercepted Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. On the return, Suh hammered Colts tackle Winston Justice and sending him out of the game with a concussion.

Ndamukong Suh is accused of taunting Justice as he laid on the ground, dancing and laughing around the injured player, McGlynn told the Indianapolis Star.

“Totally ignorant on their part. Just childish stuff,” McGlynn said of the Ndamukong Suh taunting. “We’re all battling out there; I don’t know if the hit was legal or not, but clearly he was hurt, and they’re out there dancing and pointing at him and laughing. Just blatant disrespect. They’re good players but there’s no room for that. It’s disgusting, really.”

But McGlynn and the Colts got the final laugh, defeating the Lions 35-33, scoring a touchdown on the game’s final play as time expired.

McGlynn seemed to take extra glee in the victory after Ndamukong Suh’s taunting.

“If that had happened to one of their players, we’d never do something like that,” he said. “But that’s what makes this even sweeter. That’s why they lose. I hope they never win another game.”

The Ndamukong Suh taunting incident seems to fit in line with the reputation the Lions tackle has gained around the league. In a survey of players, he was voted the dirtiest player in the NFL.

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11 Responses to “Ndamukong Suh Taunting: Lions Tackle Again In Trouble For On-Field Behavior”

  1. John Gaska

    Obviously this guy don't care about fines, and is more of a liability than a help. If I was GM of Lions I would dump him.

  2. Tom Kauffman

    Everyone says he is dirty player, but he has 1 penalty this year, an offsides. Something does not add up here!

  3. Robert Hollingsworth

    Suh is a jerk. Plain and simple. He acts like he is all nice, calm, easy going. But it is an act. His teammates in college even said he was a dirty player. He is an immature kid in a big body that simply can not control his own emtotions. He proves it every game, even off the field with his road rage and other situations where he cant keep his cool. Now dealing with taunting an injured player.

    This all starts from the head coach. Watch the Lions sometimes, the number of players that dance or mock when they make a play. Even if losing by 3 TD's these guys will dance when they get a first down or a sack.

    Last year was a fluke, this Lions team will always be the laughing stock of the NFL. Until they learn to play as a team and learn how to act professionally, this team will always be a loser, and have loser players.

  4. Fred Peters

    I got no dog in this fight, but………

    Here's what adds up Mr. Blind To The Facts Lions Fan: 1. He's voted the dirtiest player in the NFL by his peers; 2. He stomped a guy's arm last year; 3. He kicked a guy in the nuts this year; 4. He's apparently done enough "under the radar" to earn his dubious reputation with his peers; 4. He's on film many times giving up on backside plays he has to chase down rather than hustle to fill his cutback lane.

    THAT'S what adds up and it doesn't even include his off field antics. This guy is an unethical dog, pure and simple.

  5. Rick Porter

    What comes around goes around. Just a matter of time before someone bigger and meaner takes his dumb ars out of the game completely.