Originally Posted by Double Barrel
lol! Yeah, let's quit watching this wussy game and go watch something tough like....baseball...
No Huddle on NFLN had a great debate about this story last night. Warren Sapp was on the panel, and they got heated with each other.
None of them would label Suh as a "dirty player", but most agreed that this play was dirty.
Jim Rome has been asking is Suh just nasty, or dirty? That's a mighty fine line between the two.
There is a solid case being built by Suh himself that he's earning the reputation for being dirty. It's the uncontrolled rage after the play is dead where he finds himself in trouble.
And when dude goes to the commish on November 1 to plead his case, but then does this on national tv just three weeks later? C'mon, man!
to me, when someone says "nasty" in relation to a football player I think it means he will lay the wood on you when given a shot...a guy who doesn't pass up an opportunity to snot-bubble someone. "Dirty" players take it a step further by taking cheap shots. Personally I don't associate the term "nasty player" with a cheap shot player.