Jan 4, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh stretches prior to facing the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Wild Card Playoff Game at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
5. Elite talent
Quite frankly, Suh is a once in a generation free agent. Suh is so great that some have even gone as far to say that he is the best NFL defensive free agent since hall of famer Reggie White. Even if you don’t personally believe that to be the case, I think it is more than fair to say that all NFL fans can agree that Suh is one heck of a player.
From the moment Suh was drafted by Detroit, second overall out of Nebraska, he has been destined for greatness. A four-time first team all pro defensive linemen, Suh’s greatness cannot be overstated. Suh’s sheer power, tenacity, and flat out overall dominance set him apart from the pack.
There is not doubt in my mind that such a skill set would greatly benefit the Giants, for that matter any NFL team. Rarely in a general managers tenure does a player of Suh’s talent become available. Due to such, Reese must realize this, and subsequently do all he can to make Suh a Giant. Talent like Suh’s is unmistakable.
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