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Ndamukong Suh's crushing sack of Jay Cutler, which briefly sidelined the Bears' quarterback in Chicago's win over the Lions Monday night, was ruled a legal play upon review by the NFL. Suh reportedly won't be fined, but Cutler's teammate Brandon Marshall believes differently. Marshall said on Twitter and ESPN's "First Take" that he thought the hit, in which Suh drove Cutler into the turf with his elbow on Cutler's helmet, was "dirty." Is Marshall right? Or is Suh's reputation, based on his aggressive hits and previous fines, putting a different spin on the play? Discuss and vote!
Today on "SportsNation," Colin and Michelle debate whether Phil Jackson's comments about Kevin Durant getting preferential treatment were disrespectful.
Then, on Walk the Plank, Colin dresses up like a pirate, and we find out what percentage of SportsNation says the Steelers should part ways with Big Ben. All that, plus we'll expose the biggest liars in sports on the BS Meter, you rank the best wide receivers in the NFL, and video of a 3-year-old snowboarding legend.
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On Wednesday, Jackson told reporters that Durant gets preferential treatment from refs. Durant responded by saying the comments were disrespectful.
Randy Moss may no longer be the best wide receiver in the AFC East after the Broncos traded Brandon Marshall to the Miami Dolphins earlier this week.
The seventh-seeded Spurs will face Dallas in the opening round of the playoffs. J.A. Adande says they're the scariest team in the playoffs. Do you agree?
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