Chicago Bears proving why it all starts up front; Get set to face Lions and Ndamukong Suh

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  1. JustAnotherBearsFan99

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    Kyle Long is the old Soldier Field Suh Trap in human form.
     
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    Funny you brought that up WNML. I was thinking about that old thread from the CBMB just this morning :-)
     
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    Every time we play the Lions at home I root for Suh to fall into a Suh trap. I'm like, "C'mon, shitty field. Pay off for us for once."
     
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    I don't think anything would make me happier than watching Kyle Long stymie Suh all game long without having to double him. Suh would get so pissed he undoubtedly would lose it and make a big mistake, hopefully landing him a suspension. I will not deny his talent, but I can't stand his play.
     
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    Suh plays just like the old time players used too. Apparently some of you who are so butthurt about Suh's play aren't very familiar with some of the dirty play of the '85 Bears. Wilber Marshall was a head hunter. Dan Hampton was known to ring the bell of opponents. Singletary was a head hunter, similar to Chuck Cecil. I really don't think some of you guys have a clue as to how 'dirty' some players from the past have been.

    Suh is a great player. Plays the game the right way. A lot of dirty shit happens on the field that many cameras don't catch. Which is why he does the things he does.
     
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    You forgot about Plank and Fencik, but none of them were dirty players. They were gritty and tough hitters, but not dirty.
     
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    Well, players cannot play the way they used to Mr. D.
     
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    The 85 Bears didn't stomp on other players.
     
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    No they didn't. But even Plank, Singletary, Fencik, Butkis, Atkins ect. would all be suspended after a game of play in today's NFL
     
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