Ndamukong Suh

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  1. Thrashen

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    It took all of one game for one of the NFL’s most imbecilic black
    players, Lions DT, Ndamukong Suh, to perform a cowardly, idiotic,
    illegal act on the field in 2013. As always, the lardo with
    steroid-induced acne and fat rolls on his head was utterly invisible on
    the field (0 tackles, 0 sacks, 0 QB hits, and 1 PD)…you know…until he
    was inevitably caught violently, viciously, senselessly assaulting yet
    another white player (his latest white victim was John Sullivan)…

    [video=youtube;eME90biwYbQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eME90biwYbQ[/video]

    All of Suh’s victims have been white: Andy Dalton, Evan Deitrich-Smith,
    Matt Schaub, Jay Cutler, Jake Delhomme, and now Sullivan.

    Here is a video which shows all of his offenses since being drafted 2nd overall…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zy6HO0cyeiQ

    Thankfully, the rotund bust has been fined $100,000 by the league. Will that
    prevent the NFL's ugliest, dirtiest, most worthless and overrated defensive player from starring
    in corporate TV commercials for Subway, Nike, and Cadillac?

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    CAPTION: Corporate Chub Holds Turkey Club
     

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  2. Don Wassall

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    In addition to his corporate endorsements, Suh has also been rewarded for his many dirty plays against White players only by being named one of the team captains of the Lions. Tells me all I need to know about Jim Schwartz and his agenda (as if it wasn't clear well before now), and reminds me of the Jets naming the cretinous Santonio Holmes their team captain a few years ago. The frequently arrested malcontent Holmes caused all kinds of locker room dissension before quitting on the team in the last game of the season.

    After one aberrant season of making the playoffs in 2011, the Lions will stay in their familiar position of perpetual bottom feeder once again in 2013.
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    I am waiting for Suh to get his. I would love to see a white o-lineman (especially Incognito/Mankins) due some serious damage to him. It would be great to see someone take a shot at Suh's knees.
     
  4. whiteathlete33

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    Thrashen, I remember when we were all saying what a great guy Suh was, how well spoken and polite he was during his college career. TomIron's saying continues, it doesn't take long for blacks to screw everything up. They always do.
     
  5. Thrashen

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    It seems that the plump, worthless, mentally-dense, white-assailing, mean-spirited bust is now pummeling his own teammates in practice. From USA Today…

    Hmm, I wonder what hue of player Suh is mindlessly assaulting in practice? Perhaps the Lions’ 4/5 white offensive line? By the way, Suh was his customarily-invisible self against the Cardinals (3 tackles, 0 sacks). When extrapolating his shockingly-meager stats over the course of 16 games, the human-hemorrhoid is on pace for 24 tackles and 0 sacks.

    At the moment, whenever Suh does something foolish, every criticism of his wild actions is always prefaced with “He’s such a great player, so you have to take the good with the bad!” Hopefully these Corporate Casteons will eventually realize that his “dominance” ended at Nebraska...

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    When coupled with his high draft status, preposterous on-field penalties/assaults, and his utterly prosaic play, the manner in which his inevitable plunge into off-field criminality is handled should be fascinating.
     

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  6. jaxvid

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    You would not believe the affection that DWF's in the Detroit area have for this guy. Nothing he does can dissuade them that he is a POS. There are one or two local sports writers that will give him a tiny bit of flack for his actions but otherwise there is no end to the deflection of criticism. Here's a sample of some comments on his fine. Notice how the insinuation is that Clay Matthews did something much worse and because he's White he gets a pass, because you know the NFL is all about protecting and favoring White guys.

    --Did you ever notice that when they talk about Suh, he interviews are invariably with ex-offensive players? You know, the people who cut block people legally most of their careers or the ones on the other end of the hits? Tell me Ben Watson or Jeff Saturday never ONCE cut blocked a defensive lineman coming in on their QB


    --The real problem is that there has never been a player in the history of football that has his strength and power.






    --Is there any possibility that Suh, being a defensive player, simply does not have world class blocking skills? Last I looked the penalty for an illegal chop block was 15 yards. Not 15 yard and 100k. The NFL needs to stop targeting this guy. I've seen most of his supposedly heinous on field crimes and you know what they look like to me? Football.

    --on the play in question Suh's head is in front and he's going for the hips. I also agree with Robert Jones, Matthews hit targeting the head area and dragging Kaepernick down from behind all the while Kaepernick is already out of bounds was way more egregious than Suh's block. Where is all the outrage about that? Suh IS targeted. When he started in the League I told my friends that within the next couple of years there would be a "Suh" rule. He's so dominate that they are trying to neutralize him. Stomping on the Green Bay player, bad, pushing the rushing Cutler from behind, Football.

    --I want Suh to be a tough guy, a hard-nosed, rib busting force. These fines are going to have a subtle but unmistakeable effect on his aggressiveness, and his Lions peers will inevitably get infected and tamp down on their fierceness too. Suh is spelled with an "h" not an "e". Can you imagine how heavily penalized Butkas would have been penalized had he played int his decade? His aggression was marveled at, not condemned. Suh has a mean streak, I celebrate it.

    And furthermore he has virtually no statistical impact:

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    He made the Pro-bowl in 2010 by virtue of his 10 sacks and also in 2012 for what? The Lions go on and on about how he draws double teams and that is why he is so valuable despite not doing anything but other good players are double teamed and they still manage to rack up statistics.
     
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    I don't watch the Lions, but does Suh even command double teams and eat up blocks for other guys to get free? when he came out he was supposed to be a guy that could get through the offensive line and wreak havoc in the backfield, so far it hasn't happened, if he can't do it then he needs to learn to be a space eater, which I don't know if he can or not.
     
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    Here's today's NFL, inadvertently brilliantly summed up in a blurb by the black worshiping nerds at Weenieworld (and what a joke that Suh has been "consistently dominant"):


    Former NFL FB and current FOX analyst Heath Evans said three Lions told him stories of Ndamukong Suh "trying to establish dominance in the locker room, even over coach Jim Schwartz." "The consistent message that came out of there is that Suh was uncontrollable and that he would constantly do things to kind of show his power over Jim Schwartz, whether it was team meetings, showing up late, or whatever it may be," said Evans, who played with Reggie Bush and Joique Bell in New Orleans. Suh knew he could get away with this behavior because he's consistently dominated since he stepped foot on an NFL field. The Lions are going to break the bank on a contract extension regardless of his locker room antics.
     
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    Earlier this week Suh told the Detroit Free Press he felt Brady was a 'normal quarterback'. Not really an insult, Suh gave Brady respect in other parts of the interview. But this glib quote is par-for-the-course with Suh: leading up to getting worked by New England & a 350 yard day from Brady.

    I keep hearing the new Lions' coach is instilling the long-missing discipline in Detroit's locker room. But I still see Suh, late in the 4th, team down by 3 possessions flapping his gums 'Don't run on me'.. And then another Lion D-lineman jumping during a FG, which ultimately gave New England 7 more, instead of 3, points.

    Not on Suh, but Lion receivers were dropping perfectly placed balls all game long.. off of hands & chests. Suh & the Lions' new, improved discipline ?.. Schwartz or Jim Caldwell, what's the difference.
     
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    I too have noted this about scumbag Suh.It's painfully obvious due to the lack of white players in today's NFL that this s**tbird is targeting whites exclusively.Add the heinous club to the head of Eric Winston when he was playing for the Cardinals to that list.
     
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    I too,have been waiting for this and now my dream may come true with Incognito in the same division as Suh.As a fellow paisan,I even tried to send a warning to Incognito via PM through one of his social media accounts that he better watch out and get Suh before he gets him because you KNOW he's gonna try it.
     
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    As always, Suh is invisible on the field unless he’s trying to cheap shot a white player after the whistle...

     
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    Suh also twice attacked Ravens center Ryan Jensen during the game. Every one of his dirty hits and physical attacks have been against Whites, but in a 70% black league no "responsible" journalist will dare notice the never deviating racial pattern of Suh's thuggery.
     
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    Don, what is upsetting is doing a search of Suh racist brings up nothing online. Are whites really this stupid or just cowards? Bill Romanowski was immediately labeled a racist anytime he got into a fight with a black player. His reputation is tarnished. Yet we are supposed to believe Suh is just a hothead and all his attacks are random.
     
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    If Suh was in MLB or the NHL this black thug punk would be in a very different environment. Unlike the NFL which is black directed the NHL and MLB are more white driven with male codes of conduct built in. In other words if anyone gets way out of line they get confronted. You get too cute with the cheap shots in the NHL someone on the other team is going to try and knock your block off. In football Suh is protected with his gear and the rules of engagement. If he pulled his little cheap shot horror show bullying act in the NHL you can bet your ass someone is going to slug the living crap out of him. And no one deserves to be pulverized more than this raging asshole.
     
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    Due to "White racism" blacks are incapable of being racist themselves, is the party line followed by the media. Accuse a black of racism and you will be the one called racist, not the black. Just like the typical response of so many to Caste Football, which unflinchingly points out racism against Whites in sports by other Whites, Jews and blacks. We're the racists for pointing out systematic racism.
     

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