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|Does Ndamukong Suh, right, deserve the "dirty player" label?|
"Find me BJ Raji or some other 'non-dirty' defensive lineman clips that are comparable to those plays listed above? You can excuse one or two borderline plays, but when you start accumulating a list of them, it says something.Tearloch, meanwhile, wondered if Suh is his own worst enemy for taking shots "that most players would avoid." Last season against the Chicago Bears, for example, Suh "was close enough to wrap up" quarterback Jay Cutler from behind and possibly take a swipe at the ball. Instead, Suh chose to hit Cutler with a forearm shiver to the back that was technically legal but so violent it fooled referee Ed Hochuli into thinking it was a blow to the head.
"My mother claims she’s not a bad driver. She averaged about 2 accidents per year for 5 years. Not a single one was her fault legally. But at some point, you've got to assume she’s a bad driver."