All the hyperbole around this is extremely thick. The country hating the Lions? Truthfully I don't really care about that, because they're going to hate them whether it's because they're the Lions or they're from Detroit or some other reason, not just because of one incident that happened on the field during play. This year worse than the 0-16 year just because of one second-year player is trying to play as hard as he can but lets his temper get the best of him at times? That is very ridiculous, even if it's only an opinion. Granted, I personally feel that Suh should get a game off. He shouldn't have kicked at the guy in the first place and his explanation the first time was on the lame side. Schwarz and the staff need to get though to Suh to let him know that he needs to be more disciplined. Those are facts that I will not argue against. To let this just be about Suh, and how "dirty" he is though, is erroneous. That game was getting very chippy well before that point. In my opinion, the refs let the game run away in terms of discipline until it was too late. Also, watching that replay, it looked to me that the Packer wasn't letting Suh get up easily. Again, I am not letting Suh off the hook for what he did. I just also hope that the bigger picture surrounding this is taken into account.