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Detroit lineman costs his team 'pick six' with dangerous cheap shot

Elsewhere, the New York Jets were handed a dramatic win by another dumb play.

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.


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