The Internet Thinks Ndamukong Suh Kicked Ryan Fitzpatrick In The Head

Ndamukong Suh plays with an edge. That’s the nice way of saying that he sometimes, maybe, probably does some dirty stuff. Like that time he almost killed Jay Cutler, or that time he kicked Matt Schaub in the nuts, or that time he stepped on Aaron Rodgers’ leg, or that time…well, you kinda get the idea. Suh has been involved in more suspect plays than any other player in the NFL over the last five seasons.

During Sunday’s game in London, the Internet blew up after Suh came in contact with Ryan Fitzpatrick’s head on a tackle out of bounds.

Here is the video courtesy of Brobible:

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And now some of the reaction from Internet experts:

Three ways to look at this:

1) No this was not on purpose
2) Fans are stupid
3) Suh is stupid

For the Suh is guilty crowd, you’re assuming a 300-lb defensive lineman somehow made a split-second decision at full speed to kick someone in the head because he has the precision of a Russian ballerina. Forget football, Suh is the next Mikhail Baryshnikov.

For the Suh is not guilty crowd, well what is there to say really. History isn’t exactly on your side. Sorry.

As for the opinion of this keen observer, I lean towards “yes and no.” Yes Suh is a dirty player, no he did not kick Ryan Fitzpatrick in the head intentionally.

Moreover, some of you have lost your mind.