Terrell Suggs' Classless Postgame Comments Will Come Back to Haunt Him

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Terrell Suggs' Classless Postgame Comments Will Come Back to Haunt Him
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Terrell Suggs expressed his emotions after winning the AFC Championship over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

(Video Credit: Joe Zarbano of WEEI.com)

In addition, per Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports, Suggs continued his tirade:

Obviously the emotions of the game have this kind of impact. Factor in this being:

1. A trip to the Super Bowl,

2. On the road in New England, and

3. Facing Brady and the Pats for a second straight year, Suggs' comments are unsurprising.

As for how these comments will come back to bite Suggs, more than one way is possible.

The first is Roger Goodell.

The commissioner is so strict on everything, a fine is rightfully expected. After all, according to Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com back in November, referee Tony Corrente was fined for the mic picking up an expletive remark:

The NFL doesn't appreciate obscenities being broadcast over the airwaves, even when it happens by mistake.

The NFL announced Friday that referee Tony Corrente has been fined a game check for his actions Nov. 4 in Indianapolis when the Colts faced the Miami Dolphins.

And that was a legitimate flop by the ref.

Should Suggs be fined, however?

No, because it didn't happen on the field and he was walking into the locker room. It's not like the guy blurted this out directly to anyone from the Pats immediately after the game. Although for anyone that has ever played football, regardless of level, trash talk is quite common on the gridiron.

On the bright side, Suggs did display respect in a postgame interview.

(Video Credit: Mike Petraglia of WEEI.com)

The second thing Suggs will get is the impact of karma. Yes, it sounds weird and corny, but consider this extra fuel for the San Francisco 49ers.

It's not so much bulletin board material as it is a reason to enter Super Bowl XLVII better prepared to face Baltimore's defense. Include what Robert Griffin III was able to accomplish as a dual-threat against the Ravens—276 total yards, one touchdown—Colin Kaepernick has proven to be on another level.

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