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Matthias

Suh- A Dirty Player

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So once again the question is being thrown out there. Would you want Suh on your team? It's clear as day his kick to Schaub's groin was intentional. If you look at the play, he keeps his leg up throughout the duration of the kick. If it weren't intentional, his leg would have dropped after he was flipped over by the offensive lineman. Yet Suh's leg didn't drop, and it seems he actually extended it a little bit after hitting Schaub.

I also noticed he kind of did that wrestling style sack move on Schaub. The same one that left Culter woozy on MNF. We also know how he tried to rip Delhomme's head off a couple of years ago, when Jake was playing with the Browns. All of this stuff is just building up, making him the dirtiest player in the league. I wouldn't want him on my team, in spite of his talent.

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Yea I saw that sumo wrestling move on Shaub too where he just fell straight on his butt so that Shaub lands awkwardly. Suh is the dirtiest player in football and should be suspended indefinately.

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I remember the cheapshot he took on Delhomme. The guy is just a thug in a football uniform.

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I think the guy really has some mental issues, no way in hell would I want him here. After he retires I guarantee he will be involved in some type of murder.....

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fug it, I'd take him.

Why? He's only an average player. Only 16 tackles on the year.

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