Ndamukong Suh is not interested in practicing the right way to sack a QB
One of the biggest talking points of the young NFL season has been penalties given out to defensive players sacking a quarterback.
By definition of the new rule, players are not allowed to land on the quarterback after the sack or are given a roughing the passer penalty.
How exactly does one tackle someone without landing on top of them?
It’s quite the challenge, but the Los Angeles Rams are practicing their form at least.
Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is not interested in that practice.
That’s not exactly how you practice the right way.
ESPN’s Lindsey Thiry, who took the video, said in the replies that Suh was aware Thiry was filming.
For those curious on the form, the next man up in the drill, Michael Brockers, does his best to demonstrate if you are one of the many that are still very confused about the rule.