Tim Fuller-US PRESSWIRE
The controversial Lions defensive tackle is the league's No. 1 villain.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has had his fair share of controversial moments, from his infamous stomping of a Green Bay Packers offensive lineman last Thanksgiving to his vicious hit of Jay Cutler on Monday night. So maybe it comes as no surprise that Suh was recently tabbed by Nielsen as the NFL's least-liked player.
Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research recently conducted a survey to gauge the likability of various NFL players, and Suh came in last with a 19% approval rating. That is a far cry from Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polumalu, who led the poll with a 63% rating.
Some other players down at the bottom of the poll along with Suh include usual suspects like Randy Moss (24%) and Santonio Holmes (28%). That area of the poll was also populated by a few controversial quarterbacks, like Jay Cutler (21%), Michael Vick (23%) and Mark Sanchez (31%).