The Baltimore Ravens linebacker recorded 70 tackles, 14 sacks, seven forced fumbles, two interceptions and six pass deflections on the year. His Ravens finished as the No. 3 overall defense in the NFL and won the AFC North. They'll host the highest-seeded survivor of Wild Card Weekend in the divisional round of the playoffs.
As all around defensive players go this year, he was the best.
But the brash and outspoken Raven thinks he could put up numbers at another position...at least in one city.
Suggs was interviewed by notorious instigator Skip Bayless on ESPN's First Take and told the television personality that he could put up similar numbers to his "man crush" Tim Tebow if he were playing quarterback in Denver.
Not only did Suggs attack Tebow's production and call the 8-8 Broncos "mediocre," but he said he and the Ravens don't need to pray on the sideline to win football games or be bailed out by a kicker.
He even went back to Tebow again later and hit him once more in passing saying, "I'm not going to go play option or quarterback. It's not my game. It could be in Denver, but it's not my game.
The Ravens could host Tebow and Broncos in the second round of postseason if Denver knocks off the Steelers in the Wild Card Matchup at Mile High. There is nothing the Ravens would love more than to see their arch rival Steelers go down before having to play them a third time.
Suggs is certainly not the first person to attack No. 15 and he is absolutely not going to be the last.
He may actually have the chance to play against him though, and if we're treated to that matchup, we'll see how Suggs backs up his talk then.