Ndamukong Suh never should’ve been penalized for what happened last Sunday vs. the Packers, but he was — he was suspended for a playoff game — and thus, he was forced to appeal that decision. Suh’s appeal was heard on Tuesday and the decision was made by Ted Cottrell to overturn Suh’s suspension and simply fine him instead.
The gist of it is below:
I’m uncomfortable with Judy calling it a stomp. It was a step (backwards). Either way, justice was served to an extent on Tuesday and Suh will rightfully be allowed to play the Lions’ second biggest game in 15 years.