Suggs: “I look forward to going into Heinz Field as the bad guy”


Terrell Suggs and his mouth are at it again, as Baltimore heads to Pittsburgh Sunday night for a rematch of week one’s 35-7 dismantling of the Steelers.

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Last week he was puzzled by the offensive play-calling, this week he’s already begun taking shots at the Pittsburgh Steelers.

“I look forward to going into Heinz Field as the bad guy,” Suggs told Aaron Wilson after coming off the field on Sunday.

Just minutes after the Ravens defeated the Arizona Cardinals 30-27 at M&T Bank Stadium, the 29-year-old outside linebacker wasted no time prepping for the Steelers and a week of smack talk back and forth between the two AFC North Rivals.

The Ravens have had their fair share of ups and downs in the steel city, compiling a 6-7 record in Suggs’ nine-years as a Raven. However, if you ask any one of the Steelers offense, they may just consider Suggs the best defensive player in the NFL. For his career, Suggs has recorded 13.5 sacks, 19 tackles and 8 assists on tackles against the Steelers, the highest against any opponent.

In week one’s victory, T-Sizzle recorded three sacks and five tackles.

Not only does Suggs talk it, but he sure can walk it.