Friday, November 30, 2012

Cunningham Defends Thug Player

Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham defended one of his players on Friday. The player that he defended is the dirtiest player in the NFL. The player he defended is a disgusting thug. The player he defended is none other than Ndamukong Suh.

Suh is a repulsive human being and anyone who defends this creep is void of common sense, decency and moral character. That makes Cunnungham repulsive as well. At least his comments are repulsive. I wouldn't expect anything more from this freak. I believe that along with head coach Jim Schwartz, he has created an environment of dirty football and players not being held accountable for their actions.

Cunningham is a lowlife scumbag. He should stick to something other than football. His Lions defense is mediocre at best. The Detroit Lions are rank 13th in total team defense. Detroit is ranked 21st in rushing defense. Cunninham's defense is also ranked 17th overall in the amount of sacks that they have. These aren't numbers to be proud of.

We shouldn't be surprised with the sub-standard product that Cunningham puts on the field. When he was the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs he compiled a record of 16 wins and 16 losses. In his last season the Chiefs finished 7-9 and that was the end of Cunningham. Cunningham has never been a head coach since.

That's good. The NFL doesn't need a creep like him to be a head coach. Teams need a real leader and someone who can motivate their team. They don't need someone who will pat his players on the back and defend them when they've played dirty.

Maybe like the rest of his thug defense, Cunningham is learning from the king of aholes. That guy is Jim Schwartz. He doesn't seem to care that he has a player in Suh who I believe is intentionally trying to hurt his opponents.

Cunningham is defending a player who has stomped on a player's head and kicked and opponent, Matt Schaub in the gonads. These types of acts should be renounced not applauded and defended.

As far as I'm concerned, Cunningham made my list of disgusting sports personalities. Defending dirty players is atrocious and horrible.

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