There are different styles of martial arts. Heck, there are different styles of karate, but in many forms, Shotokan for instance, fighters learn the intricacies of hand-to-hand combat while navigating through the complicated belt system, graduating from the white belt (the beginner’s level) to the black belt, the master’s level. The Philadelphia Eagles media team earned their black belt in social media wizardry long ago. Following Philly’s 38-7 win over the hated New York Giants during the Divisional Round of the NFC Playoffs, Ndamukong Suh earned his black belt as well.
Maybe you’ve seen this. Maybe you haven’t. In either case, this one needs another look. Suh hasn’t been an Eagle for a very long time, but he’s already mastered the discipline that a master of martial arts must possess. Suh just ethered the G-Men.
Check this one out.
That had to hurt Giants fans everywhere. It’s short… It’s a succinct jab, yet it’s one delivered with the intensity of Ikken Hissatsu aka the ‘one-punch kill’ or as its textbook definition would state, ‘One Fist, Certain Death’. Ouch.
No further evidence is necessary. Ndamukong Suh is all in on this Eagles postseason run.
Stating that Ndamukong Suh arrived at the NovaCare Complex with some baggage would be an understatement. By ‘baggage’ we mean something else besides his luggage.
Though the back half of his career hasn’t been nearly as controversial as the first, the Five-Time Pro Bowler and Three-Time First-Team All-Pro has long carried the title of being one of pro football’s dirtiest players for nearly a decade.
Hey, what can we say? People expect to be forgiven for what they have done while choosing the hang the mistakes of others over their heads forever. Suh is, despite his flaws, a good guy. His teammates have never bashed him. He’s the type of guy that everyone secretly wants on their roster, but the competitive fire has gotten him in trouble a few times if we’re being honest.
Here’s all that you need to know about the guy in the Number 74 jersey. He isn’t what he once was. At some point, he might still be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but he was brought into the Eagles organization to be one of the cherries atop what Birds fans hope is a championship-winning soufflé.
He played 15 defensive snaps on Saturday, roughly 29% of the defensive total. He’s hovered around 35% of the defensive snaps since his arrival as one of the anchors of this talented defensive line rotation.
When the Eagles begin constructing 2023’s roster, Ndamukong may not be on it, but no further evidence is necessary. Suh is all in for this postseason run. Suh is one of us. Taking an opportunity to trash the G-Men makes it official.