Screen Shot 2014-01-09 at 3.08.54 PMFor years as being voted as the NFL's most dirtiest player, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has topped a new list for ESPN as the most feared player in the league.

An anonymous survey went out that was conducted by ESPN.com, in which 61 out of the 320 NFL players who voted say that Suh is the most feared player in the league. Followed by Suh was his teammate, Calvin Johnson, who received 58 votes.

No other player had more than 30 votes, but 48 individual players had at least one vote.

"If it's feared from the context of they don't want to play against me and they are worried about how I may affect the game and affect the offense, it's definitely appreciated," Suh told ESPN.com about the poll. "It's definitely seen as a plus and a positive. Guys have respect for you, just like guys have respect for Calvin.

"I'm surprised I edged him out, but hopefully I don't have to edge him out and we can just be co-winners. I prefer that."

Suh had been ridiculed numerous times in the past few years for his play, as many categorized him as a dirty player. However, Suh has done a pretty good job and has almost shredded that reputation away from him.

Here was the full poll image from ESPN:


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