Terrell Suggs: Tom Brady's Three Super Bowls Are 'Questionable'
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan and cornerback Antonio Cromartie have taken shots at New England quarterback Tom Brady over the last two weeks. On Thursday, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs ripped the Patriots star, claiming that his three Super Bowls are "questionable."
"Oh, you know, you've got the tuck rule incident and then you've got the videotaping of the other team's practices," Suggs said while talking with SiriusXM's Mad Dog Radio. "It's just like, okay, what's going on here? You know? But, hey, it is what it is. They won the games no matter how you did it. But, um, it's whatever."
Suggs also praised his Saturday opponent, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
"Well, if you ask me he's definitely up there with them. Because he has the hardware to prove it and that's all that matters in this league, is Super Bowls. And he's won two of them," Suggs continued. "This guy won the Super Bowl, I believe, in his second year in the league and I'm not sure if that's ever been done before. If it has, it's been very rare."
Earlier in the season, Suggs accused the NFL of giving special treatment to Brady and Peyton Manning.
Rex Ryan jabbed Brady's study habits last week, saying that he thinks he studies like Peyton Manning.
Cromartie called Brady an "asshole" on Tuesday and slammed him for pointing to the Jets sideline after throwing a touchdown pass in New England's 45-3 blowout over the Jets on Dec. 6.