When the name Ndamukong Suh comes into the conversation, you immediately think of the history of cheap shots and dirty plays he’s been known to make over the years. I remember him kick Matt Schaub in the groin and how could we forget when he stepped on an offensive linemen’s arm one year and it resulted in a suspension. Let’s not also ignore what he can do on the football field. After spending the early part of his career in Detroit with the Lions, he signed a free agent deal with the Miami Dolphins in 2015 and the following season in 16, he helped lead the Dolphins to the playoffs for the first time in 8 seasons. He was released by Miami a few weeks ago and today, he was picked up by the Los Angeles Rams.

Other than Aaron Donald, Ndamukong Suh is one of the most disruptive interior defensive tackles in the league today. His strength simply is his strength. He’s a bully and he can push around just about any offensive linemen in the game today. He’s got very violent hands which allows him to throw blockers around like rag dolls and once he sheds his blocks, he’s going for the ball-carrier. He can also play on the edge and give you a pass rush on the outside or stunt in between to wreak havoc within the middle of the offensive line. He draws so much attention which allows other defenders around him to get theirs. He’s relentless when he’s on the field. I’ve seen him chase down the quickest quarterbacks and pressure the elite signal-callers. You must know where he is on the field at all times. If you don’t account for him and what he can do, he’ll do his damage and make a play that can change the outcome of an entire game. Suh is a gritty and old-school football player that looks to repeat and dominate on each and every play.

This move for the Rams just adds to their busy off-season. We’ve seen them trade away Alec Ogletree to the Giants, but they’ve signed Aqib Talib, Marcus Peters, Sam Shields and now Ndamukong Suh. The tandem of Suh and Aaron Donald is an absolute nightmare for any offensive line to deal with. This makes the Rams even more of a favorite in the NFC West as if they already weren’t.