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It's a start, but sitting him down for some games would really send the message to the Lions that Suh's **** is unacceptable.
I know Suh is a big, strong, mean, nasty MF, but the NFL is full of big, strong, mean, nasty MFs. One of these days, he's going to cheap shot someone, and that guy is just going to beat the crap out of Suh.
EDIT: Of course, and I'm not joking here, I wonder what would have happened had he cheap-shotted Aaron Hernandez and injured him badly. Would Suh have found himself waking up some day with the Rainmaker shoving a 9-mm in his mouth?
Re: OT: NFL plans to fine Ndamukong Suh $100K for dirty hit
This fine won't change things, so it won't help. He's unredeemable, in my opinion.
Surely an important part of the problem is his coach/team of enablers with the Lions. Unless they are sincerely committed to making the guy change, it can't happen, and even if they do try with him, there's a lot more of a chance it won't get through to him. Further, I don't single out the Lions on this, I doubt that the Steelers (recall Saint Tomlin's reaction when Clark launched at Welker), Ravens, 49ers, or any team coached by Jeff Fisher would handle their guys any differently. I'd like to think BB is in a different place than them, but if I'm being really honest here, given the number of incidents we've seen our favorite team commit over the years, I can't say for absolute certain that I think he would either.
More importantly, I think the guy is just wired to believe he doesn't need to conform or stay within boundaries. Most of the guys in the league can handle staying within the rules, but the Suhs, Harrisons, and Pollards either just don't believe they need to, or in the case of Harrison and Pollard they may just feel that they were nobodies coming into the league, not a top 1st-rounder like Suh, that they only made as far as they did by their "style of play," and thus they can't live with any self-restraint.