Ndamukong Suh has been fined $31.000 by the Madden NFL 23 for a hit he put on Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden during last Sunday's win Madden 23 Coins. The incident was not flagged on the field but it was taken to the league's headquarter located in New York City for review.
Suh may have used his helmet as the primary line of contact when he hit Weeden when the quarterback released the ball. Many among them, such as Sean Yuille at Detroit Lions blog Pride Of Detroit, are not convinced Suh did anything wrong in the incident.
Suh He pushed Weeden in the back more severely than else, and nothing about that play should have earned him a fine. The reason for this is based solely on his name, and in truth, it's rubbish, particularly when you consider that the Chicago Bears' Jon Bostic was not punished for striking Kris Durham in the back by putting his helmet on.
You can watch the collision in question from 1:26 of the video Madden NFL 23.com. Yuille posted a photo of the hit as follows:
Suh has earned himself a name as one of the most violent players of his time in Madden NFL 23. Suh was fined an $100.000 fine in Week 1 due to a low block that he threw to Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan and could have led to an suspension following his second offensive in Week 6. Suh was able to get away and was fine Cheap Mut 23 Coins, but he could not be as lucky the next time around.