Originally Posted by Goatcheese
NFL players mostly go home and get their news from watching talking heads on ESPN/NFLN like everyone else. 36 players out of nearly 1,700 in the league is meaningless anyway.
What part of the action of trying to stomp on someone while they're defenseless on the ground are you missing on the way of being able to interpret that as a dirty act on a football field? You completely contradict yourself when you call Fat Albert all these names and call him this dirty ass player, but then defend a guy like Suh who has just in two years waaaaayyy surpassed Albert Haynesworth as far as having questionable and dirty plays on the field in just two seasons alone.
And as far as ESPN and their analysts, they've actually given him the benefit of the doubt on several plays and have stuck up for him a lot more than they should have in the past and that was because he was exciting and fun to watch. If anything, they've been generous and not criticized him enough at this point since he certainly hasn't seemed to get it.