Suh was fined $100,000. What message does this send to Suh who makes millions of dollars? What message does it send to a guy who is either fiend or suspended on annual basis for his dirty playing? It does nothing. Suh has stomped on a guy's head, kicked a guy in the nads and now has hit a guy below the knees.
Suh doesn't care if he seriously hurts his opponents. He doesn't care that he's the dirtiest NFL player in 20 years. He doesn't care that he's a disgrace to the game. All he cares about is trying to hurt his opponents.
Dumb fines like the one handed out to Suh will do nothing to deter him. He either has to be fined millions of dollars or be suspended for an entire season (without pay) for him to get the message.
Right now his puny brain isn't computing the fact that his dirty playing can permanently injure an opponent. In my opinion, he couldn't care less about that.
By allowing Suh to continue playing, the NFL is endorsing his behavior. If Suh seriously injures an opponent, I believe the NFL should be Suh'd I mean sued.
The NFL claims that player safety is the top priority for the NFL. Sometimes it's hard to believe that it's true. The NFL handed out severe penalties to the New Orleans Saints, their coaches and some players. That was for their participation in bountygate.
Suh's actions are equally deplorable and unforgivable. Suh should have been banned a long time ago for his goon playing. How long will the NFL wait until they take the necessary action to prevent Suh from inflicting his unforgivable and dirty play on his opponents?
What will the NFL do if this piece of garbage stomps on a guy's head and kills him? What will the NFL say then? Roger what will you say?