IT ONLY TOOK Detroit Lions lineman Ndamukong Suh two quarters to find himself in his first “dirty play” controversy of 2013.
After his team got an interception, Suh threw a horrible cut block from the side on a Vikings lineman who was trying to chase down the returner.
The referee saw the dangerous hit, gave him a 15-yard penalty, and nullified the pick-six.
The Lions still ran out 34-24 winners over the Vikings.
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Suh’s previous? He was fined $30,000 last year for kicking an opponent in the groin.
If that was nasty, this was just plain dumb: Tampa Bay led the Jets 17-15 with 15 seconds to go when Jets quarterback Geno Smith ran out around the 50 yard line.
After Smith went out of bounds, up-and-coming Bucs linebacker Lavonte David pushed him to the ground for no reason.
The penalty put the them in field goal range, and the Jets won 18-17 on a last-second kick.