Apologies for the double post - but since Suh is going vs. McCoy tonight - I wanted to recap what happened the last time these 2 met. Below is a post that was made to urge the Browns to draft Suh. Since we couldn't pull it off - I am legitimately worried about tonight's meeting will go. Especially with Steinbach out. Like one poster said - go for the knees if he gets out of hand boys. Here is the eye witness account of the matchup for the Big XII championship in 2009:
After being born in C-Town, I moved to Texas about 20+ years ago and am now a huge fan of both the Cleveland Browns and the Texas Longhorns. As I watched just a torturous Big XII championship where the Horns were playing like the Browns invaded their bodies, I bore witness to the greatest college defensive football player I have ever seen - Ndumakong Suh of Nebraska.
The make up of this guy is Shaun Rogers + increased motor + more speed + more smarts. Same freakish quickness and strength. Despite being double teamed all night - he had 5 sacks and uncountable hurries and QB pressures. On one play that he was double teamed, he threw both guys into the QB! By the way, one of the guys on the double team was the first team All American Center Chris Hall. This guy is quick enough to apply pressure and then disrupt screen passes - I am truly speechless about his capabilities.
I have long had the theory that if you draft number 1 you should go QB if at all possible. My thinking, if you are going to pay a rookie to be a franchise type player - you might as well invest in the one position where he would not be overpaid if successful. I now think that the Browns have to draft Ndumakong Suh. He is Eric Mangini proof. He is Botch Davis proof. He can trump all the bad luck picks in this current no GM, no scouting director organization.
Cleveland has been blessed to be witness to LeBron's greatness. Make it 2 with Suh!