10 Reasons Ndamukong Suh Is the Least Likable Player in the League

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10 Reasons Ndamukong Suh Is the Least Likable Player in the League
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The Detroit Lions lost all 16 of their regular season games in 2008.  In 2009, they fared a little better, earning a 2-14 record.

However, when Ndamukong Suh came along, the team found new life. After a 6-10 record his rookie season, the Lions went 10-6 in 2011-2012 and earned their first playoff bid since 1999.

Of course, one defensive tackle cannot make all the difference to a struggling franchise.  Detroit picked up Matthew Stafford, Calvin Johnson, and many other capable players along the way.

However, it is non-debatable as to whether or not Suh has made a tremendous positive difference for the franchise.

That said, Suh has also made a tremendous negative difference in the NFL. Here are ten reasons why the second overall pick of the 2010 draft is already the league's least likable player.

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