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06:57 PM ET 11.24 | The NFL is planning to review Ndamukong Suh's kick to Matt Schaub's groin and Suh's disciplinary history will factor into the league's decision on whether or not to punish him. NFL executive vice president of football operations Ray Anderson said the league will consider Suh's history when reviewing the play. The NFL uses a system where repeat offenders receive increased punishment with each offense. Suh, who was suspended two games last season for stomping on the arm of a Green Bay Packers offensive lineman, could face severe punishment if the NFL deems his kick to Schaub intentional. "Repeat offenders are going to run out of benefit of the doubt faster than someone who is a first-time offender," Anderson said. "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."

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November 24, 2012  07:20 PM ET

He also kicked the guy in the Chest!!!

November 24, 2012  07:29 PM ET

Just a poor excuse for a sportsman and a human being in general.

November 24, 2012  07:30 PM ET
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Just a poor excuse for a sportsman and a human being in general.

^^^^^^THIS

November 24, 2012  07:49 PM ET

I've got a great idea for a reality show. It's called "Celebrity Burglars." A bunch of break-in and home invasion types gets a chance to hit it big by robbing the homes of American Celebrities. What we don't tell them is that it's Ndonkeykong Suh's house, and he's home.

November 24, 2012  07:55 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

I've got a great idea for a reality show. It's called "Celebrity Burglars." A bunch of break-in and home invasion types gets a chance to hit it big by robbing the homes of American Celebrities. What we don't tell them is that it's Ndonkeykong Suh's house, and he's home.

Oh the pain he'd inflict make LL Cool J look like a pacifist

November 24, 2012  08:07 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

I've got a great idea for a reality show. It's called "Celebrity Burglars." A bunch of break-in and home invasion types gets a chance to hit it big by robbing the homes of American Celebrities. What we don't tell them is that it's Ndonkeykong Suh's house, and he's home.

I would watch that show. Question is, do the burglars get to bring guns? Real ones often bring one along for luck.

November 24, 2012  08:14 PM ET
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I would watch that show. Question is, do the burglars get to bring guns? Real ones often bring one along for luck.

Yeah, but they secretly swap out the ammo for chocolate bullets. Just enough to enrage the ferocious victim, not enough to hurt him.

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November 24, 2012  08:21 PM ET
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Yeah, but they secretly swap out the ammo for chocolate bullets. Just enough to enrage the ferocious victim, not enough to hurt him.

He can always kick the burglars in the groin.

November 24, 2012  08:23 PM ET
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He can always kick the burglars in the groin.

And then run around back and kick them in the butt.

Better stay away from run-around Suh.

November 24, 2012  08:28 PM ET
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And then run around back and kick them in the butt.Better stay away from run-around Suh.

Ohhhh.....DD!

November 24, 2012  09:08 PM ET

He should be castrated without anesthesia. That fixes two problems: he'll know what it's like to be kicked in the nuts, and this s******a will never procreate.

November 24, 2012  09:50 PM ET
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Just a poor excuse for a sportsman and a human being in general.

I keep waiting to either see or hear about Suh breaking somebody's neck...and he kills somebody on the football field. Sounds awful but it could actually happen. Something's gotta be done to throttle this guy back or just kick him out of the league.

November 24, 2012  09:56 PM ET

He seems like a decent human being when he isn't playing football and a complete train wreck when he is. Suspend him without pay for the remainder of the season. Let him know that one more offense will be a 16 game ban and one more after that he'll be banned for life. You'd be surprised how quickly his nonsense stops.

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November 24, 2012  10:38 PM ET
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his rep doesnt do him much good here

No it doesn't. I guess it hasn't sunk into his thick head that the league has him on their radar for behavior like this.

I think he won't get officially sanctioned for this one, but the league will make it clear that if anything goofy happens in the remainder of the season, he'll be looking at sitting out three or four games, which could stretch into next season (no needs to worry about the playoffs).

Unfortunately, I think this guy is going to seriously injure another player before he retires.

November 25, 2012  12:23 AM ET
QUOTE(#17):

No it doesn't. I guess it hasn't sunk into his thick head that the league has him on their radar for behavior like this.I think he won't get officially sanctioned for this one, but the league will make it clear that if anything goofy happens in the remainder of the season, he'll be looking at sitting out three or four games, which could stretch into next season (no needs to worry about the playoffs).Unfortunately, I think this guy is going to seriously injure another player before he retires.

He's already been suspended for something like this. How can he go back to getting a warning on a new offense?

It was obviously intentional. He drew his leg back and kicked at Schaub. Suh might not have meant to kick him where he did, but he meant to kick him.

November 25, 2012  03:35 AM ET

In the old days, they would just call a QB end around away from his side and the QB would put the ball under his arm and run out of bounds for no gain while the entire offensive line went after the guy. Or maybe they would call for repeated crack-backs till they blew out his knee. Since nobody is allowed to do that anymore, why don't we try having this ****-clown sit on his for a year with no pay to think about what it takes to be a professional and also to see how if he wants to play football at this level badly enough to behave himself?

 
November 25, 2012  06:47 AM ET
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Unfortunately, I think this guy is going to seriously injure another player before he retires.

In that case, there needs to be a concerted effort from opposing teams to hurt him so badly that he'll never play again. I didn't mean putting a bounty on him, it's more like a contract.

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