I think the answer is obvious, he doesn't think so and to me comes off looking like a moron.
DETROIT (AP) -- Ndamukong Suh was on the ground, entangled with the Green Bay lineman who had blocked him down. As Suh got up, the Detroit All-Pro pinned Evan Dietrich-Smith's head against the turf, then was pushed off of him.
What happened next will only fuel the discussion about whether Suh's aggressive play too often crosses the line.
Suh stepped down hard with his right foot, appearing to make contact with Dietrich-Smith's right arm, and the Detroit star was ejected from the Lions' 27-15 loss to the unbeaten Packers on Thursday. As much as the Lions have accomplished this season, this was another Thanksgiving nightmare, full of injuries, turnovers and undisciplined play.
"I want to apologize to my teammates, my coaches and my true fans for allowing the refs to have an opportunity to take me out of this game, " Suh said. "What I did was remove myself from the situation the best way I felt, with me being held down."
Suh apologized, but the powerful defensive tackle was quick to defend himself, saying he was trying to keep his balance while freeing himself from the brief scuffle.
"My intention was not to kick anybody, as I did not, removing myself, " he said. "I was on top of a guy, being pulled down, and trying to get up off the ground -- and why you see me pushing his helmet down, because I'm trying to remove myself from the situation, and as I'm getting up, I'm getting pushed, so I'm getting myself on balance."
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