Now that you know that Terrell Suggs thought breaking Ben Roethlisberger’s nose was awesome and that he is jealous of the “pretty boy” Tom Brady it’s time to dig into T-Sizzle’s opinion on the NFL’s rule changes.  In Suggs’ interview on the Peter King NFL podcast, he said that the NFL is getting too soft and has a bias against defenses.

“I think it’s a disgrace, a disgrace to everybody that loves the game.  Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want to see anybody get hurt.  I don’t want to get hurt,” Suggs said in his interview with Peter King.  “We knew the risk we were taking when we decided to play professional football. With that said, some guys are going out there trying to hurt people [and] we don’t need that in our game.”

Suggs didn’t hide his opinion on why the NFL has made these rule changes, saying that the league is built around offense.  “But a physical hit, that’s football.  Now there’s protection over these pansy-ass quarterbacks, I think it’s a disgrace also.  These guys make the most money ever, they’re pretty boys we just had the discussion [on Tom Brady].”

Suggs said a quarterback deliberately hit his knee and was fined ten thousand dollars by the league.  He complained that if he had hit the same quarterback in the knee, he would probably lose a “game check” and be suspended.  “We’re both men and he doesn’t have any more value than me to my family than he is to his.”

“They should be able to take the hits like the rest of us.”

The Ravens linebacker told King that he complains to Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome about the rule changes because Newsome was on the board that helped institute the new rules.