Detroit Lions shitpile Ndamukong Suh had a perfectly good excuse for why he stepped on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ injured calf last week.
Are you ready for it?
During appeal, Ndamukong Suh said his feet were numb from cold and he couldn't tell difference between Aaron Rodgers' feet and the ground.
Oh! Well, now we can totally see why the league overturned his suspension! Clearly, it has nothing to do with ratings.
His feet were cold! And who among us hasn’t inadvertently stepped on something because our feet were numb from the cold?
I once fell right into a vagina because my feet were numb from the cold. I was just walking along, minding my business and all of the sudden I was knee deep in pussy.
Damn cold feet!
And look, it was clearly just coincidence that Suh completely and totally inadvertently stepped on the injured leg of the opposition’s best player. It could have been any leg! Any leg belonging to any person, injured or otherwise!
Because it’s hard to determine where you’re stepping when your feet are cold.
And listen, if you like that, you’ll love this response from the league.
.@hblodget No. Mr. Suh didn't win his appeal. Ted Cottrell did not accept the excuse. He decided the apropriate discipline was a $70K fine.