Suh Won't Face Suspension for Kick to QB's Groin
Lions player Suh
Thanksgiving Day means spending time with family, eating turkey, and for Detroit Lions fans, watching the traditional Thanksgiving Day game. But for the last two years, another tradition has emerged: questionable hits by the Lions' defensive tackle, Ndamukong Suh.
Suh was suspended for two games last Thanksgiving for stomping on a Green Bay Packers offensive lineman, but won't face suspension for another questionable hit during this year's game against the Texans.
In the first quarter, Suh - intentionally or unintentionally - hit quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin with his foot as he fell to the ground following a pass rush.
He has been named the NFL's Dirtiest Player in a Sporting News player poll twice already, and has faced fines four times in his three-year career.
Suh didn't receive a penalty on the play during the game, and will not be suspended, according to NFL senior vice president of communications Greg Aiello.
Aiello did say, however, that the play "will be reviewed for a potential fine."
See below for a video of the hit. Do you think Suh's kick to the groin was intentional?