Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has reportedly been suspended for two games by the NFL after his filthy play against the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving Day.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter:
Suh got into a scuffle with a Packers lineman following a third quarter play near Detroit's goal line. Suh kicked the player as he was getting up and the referee ejected him from the game, rightfully so.

Not one person watching the postgame bought Suh's excuse. He came across like a spoiled brat who couldn't even own up to an obvious loss of control.

It's football Suh, people blow gaskets all the time. It's a collision sport where guys get hurt constantly and talk trash consistently.

There is no room for kicks or punches but when they happen fans can understand the mindset. Own it.

His postgame comments warrant a three game suspension. His actions are excusable, his excuse is not.

He will now likely miss Detroit's week 13 matchup with New Orleans. If so the Lions are a solid lock to go 7-5 after starting the season 5-0.

Suh's loss of control and the subsequent loss of Suh will haunt the Lions this entire offseason.

They are now in danger of missing the playoffs after losing to the Packers and a loss to the Saints next week will lock in their late-season collapse.


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