Ndamukong Suh can dish it, but it does not seem like he can take it.
The Bucs defensive tackle, who is notorious for dirty play over his career, was flagged for a taunting penalty in the first quarter of Sunday’s Rams-Bucs Divisional Round matchup.
Suh drew the flag for pointing at his former teammate, Matthew Stafford, who he had some words with after hitting the Rams quarterback.
As the official announced the penalty to the crowd, Suh leaned over toward the hot mic and shouted, “Did you see him kick me?”
Replays showed that when Suh hit Stafford, the two got tangled up as they went to the ground and it appeared Stafford’s foot swung in the direction of Suh’s groin area.
The penalty, which was a rather benign action from Suh, helped continue a Rams drive that ended in a touchdown and put them up 10-0.
Of course, Suh complaining that someone kicked him is quite rich.
While a member of the Detroit Lions, Suh infamously was thrown out of a game for pinning down a Green Bay Packers offensive lineman and kicking him while still on the ground.
Naturally, fans were amused by Suh’s plea to the official and mocked him on social media.