8 Dirtiest Players in the Game

8 Dirtiest Players in the Game
17 Nov
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Who are the eight dirtiest players in the NFL today?

It's not just the results of a game, or even the performance of a player, you can bet on when it comes to NFL. Did you know that odds available for the last Super Bowl included 15/1 that a player would be arrested during the game and 150/1 that there would be a brawl on the field?

The question is, if you want to visit one of UK best betting sites , and place a bet like this, who are the players you are most likely to see involved? Let's take a look at eight of the dirtiest players in the NFL today. The one's the fans of other teams love to hate, and are most likely to be involved in one of those Super Bowl incidents.

Terrell Suggs

The 35 year-old Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker is certainly no newcomer to controversy. Suggs has a long history of dirty play, much of it aimed in the direction of the unfortunate Ben Roethlisberger. The guy is not exactly a favourite with anyone outside of the Ravens' loyal fan base.

Josh Norman

South Carolina native Norman, is an expert in getting up in the oppositions face on the field. He is one of the best trash talkers in the business, and seems to relish his less than loving relationship with opposing fans of the Washington Redskins.

T J Ward

Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety, Ward has a very bad relationship with Patriots fans, who have not forgiven him for the injury to Gronk's knee, back in 2013. In fact, it's safe to say that the 30 year-old is not exactly a fan favourite anywhere outside of Tampa. He is a hard hitter who takes no prisoners.

Brandon Meriweather

Although Ward is pushing him hard, the NFL's dirtiest safety still has to be Meriweather. The play of the Florida native, who is currently a free agent, may have been less controversial back in the day. But, in today's game he is about as dirty as they come, with a total disrespect for rules around helmet-to-helmet hits and an ever growing list of fines for personal fouls.

Aqib Talib

The Denver Bronco's corner is no stranger to personal foul penalties. Talib has a temper that he just cannot control. He has a reputation for being a dangerous player to be around. Any player in the vicinity when Talib loses his cool, could find himself on the receiving end.

James Harrison

The veteran linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers has never changed since he started out in the professional game, back in 2002. He is most definitely a headhunter and can take out receivers with ease. Harrison has built up an incredible array of fines and penalties over his career and it does not look as though he is going to stop any time soon.

Ndamukong Suh

As defensive tackle for Miami dolphins, Suh provides an unusual combination of truly great play and dirty tactics. He is a big fan of stomping on body parts and has been known to kick off a few helmets in his time. The guy can certainly play the game, but he likes nothing more than to cause a fight and get in amongst it.

Vontaze Burfict

27 year-old Burfict has been playing for the Cincinnati Bengals since 2012. He is known as being the dirtiest player in the current NFL. Burfict has always had disciplinary issues, which caused him to go undrafted. These issues have followed him onto the field, where he has seriously injured players and was suspended for the first five games of the 2017 regular season due to an incident involving Anthony Sherman, in a pre-season game.

The bad boys of the NFL in all their glory. These guys are hated by many, but they are also the topic of many conversations. Arguably, the NFL benefits from their antics. After all, you know what they say about no publicity being bad publicity.
Last modified on Saturday, 18 November 2017 03:49
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