ALLEN PARK — Ndamukong Suh has set himself apart from other NFL players.
The Detroit Lions defensive tackle has been rated the least-liked NFL player with just 19 percent of fans saying they like him in a new poll of NFL fans by Forbes magazine.
Suh is considered a dirty player by many. He didn’t help matters when he stomped on Green Bay’s Evan Dietrich-Smith last year in the Thanksgiving Day game. He was suspended two games without pay by the NFL. Leading up to that incident he had already been fined $42,500 by the NFL in less than two seasons in the league.
When he came into the league, he said the NFL had never had a player like him.
Suh, the second overall pick in 2010, had no comment on Wednesday about the negative tweets Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall issued about Suh’s sack of quarterback Jay Cutler on Monday night. Cutler said he thought it was a clean hit.
The poll was a collaboration between Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research to find out which NFL players fans liked and which ones they didn’t like.
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