Detroit Lions villain Ndamukong Suh deserves the largest on-field fine in NFL history

Ndamukong Suh often acts like a bat cave.

Detroit Lions villain Ndamukong Suh justifiably lost his appeal on Friday.

The 26-year-old Suh was docked $100,000 for illegally blocking Vikings center John Sullivan on September 8 in Detroit.

Taken out of Nebraska second overall in 2010, the 6-foot-4, 307 pound Suh deserves the largest on-field fine in NFL history.

Amongst numerous controversial plays, Suh intentionally stomped on the right arm of Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith on Turkey Day 2011 and subsequently kicked Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the ballsack last November.

A First-Team All-Pro and AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2010, Mel Kiper Jr. called Suh “maybe the most dominating defensive tackle (he’s) seen in 32 years.”

Football is a collision sport that’s predicated off of violence and Suh’s certainly a “dominating” force on the gridiron.

Nevertheless, the former Cornhusker has long taken savagery too far.

Considering the defensive tackles’s bloodthirsty nature, commissioner Roger Goodell couldn’t have handled this matter any better.

Voted the league’s biggest scumbag for the second consecutive year by his fellow colleagues in 2012, Ndamukong Suh is “maybe the most” unlikable man in sports.

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