Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub has a great reason not to like Detroit Lions tackle Ndamukong Suh.
For starters, and this is a fantastic reason to really have a grudge against someone, Schaub was kicked in the groin by Suh during the Texans' 34-21 overtime win on Thanksgiving over the Lions at Ford Field.
It looked innocent at first, but after reviewing the play, it was plain to see that Suh aimed for the package.
So yeah, Schaub has a legitimate gripe.
But there are more in the NFL that have a low opinion of Suh:
According to MLive.com's Justin Rogers, NFL executive vice president of football operations Ray Anderson told ESPN the following -- and we'll assume Anderson was asked about Suh's priors and that he compared those actions to something regular people can relate to.
"Repeat offenders are going to run out of benefit of the doubt faster than someone who is a first-time offender. If I were a judge in the courtroom, and you're in for a third-time DUI, I'm going to look at that differently than if this is your first DUI -- even if you didn't maim anybody."
Suh is a repeater. He's menaced quarterbacks like Chicago's Jay Cutler and Cincinnati's Andy Dalton, but he really outdid himself on Thanksgiving 2011 by bouncing Green Bay lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith's head on the turf at Ford Field.
So yeah, Anderson has a legitimate gripe, too.
Houston Chronicle reporter John McClain told the hosts of an AM 610 radio show that he believes Suh deserves a multi-game ban, according to Rogers.
"I think because of his history, and when they look at closely, in slow motion, they'll see him give him a little extra love tap that wasn't necessary," Mclain said. "I think he was going to do it anywhere. Once his foot was on his body, no matter where it was, he was going to push a little more. He happened to go for two. I think he should be suspended for two games, not just one. I think it's one of the worst things I've ever seen."
Suh will be a free agent in 2014 if the Lions fail to offer a new contract. Defensive coordinators around the league would love to have Suh, despite the dirty reputation that comes with the former Heisman Trophy finalst and Nebraska star.
Schaub wouldn't want Suh in Houston. No, sir. No Suh in Houston.
"No, you don't want a player like that," Schaub said in an interview with 610-AM in Houston. "The stuff that he stands for and the type of player he is, that's not Houston Texan worthy. That's not what we're about."
Well, that settles it. Suh isn't popular.
There are surely dozens more, if not hundreds, in the NFL who feel the same way. Even Lions fans view Suh as a liability -- his play is great, but what he does after leaves something to be desired. Oh, and there was that whole car crash thing in Oregon, too.
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