What does Ndamukong Suh have against quarterbacks? Every time he sees one, he tries his absolute hardest to tackle the poor guy, often attempting to twist his head off in the process. Andy Dalton learned that fact last week to his detriment, although he can take comfort in the fact that the NFL has fined Suh $20,000. Suh took to Twitter to express his dismay, saying (and we quote, including every single exclamation point): "$20,000REALLY???!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! #NFL #BIGFAIL". Does he have a point, or is the NFL right in trying to clamp down on his more vicious hits?

Was the fine fair?

Suh's wallet will be significantly lighter after his big hit on Andy Dalton. Was the NFL right to fine him?


A real effect?

Suh plays aggressively and hits very hard, but is there such a thing as a defensive lineman being too dominant?


Is Suh like Shaq?

Suh made the argument that, like Shaquille O'Neal, he is so unusually fast for his size that opponents will flop, leading to ticky-tacky calls.


Hard hits or safety?

No one will ever reasonably accuse NFL players of being soft, but are quarterbacks coddled too much in today's NFL?


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