We've got plenty of opinions about Ndamukong Suh, although the only one that really matters is Roger Goodell's -- the commissioner decided to suspend the Lions defensive tackle for two games on Tuesday.
And since the hot topic of the day is Suh's suspension, it makes total sense to talk to a guy who was right there when Suh lashed out at Packers guard Brian Dietrich-Smith. Which is precisely what Tim Brando did, when he brought Packers center (and former Tennessee standout, as well as a pretty funny/good guy) Scott Wells onto the Tim Brando Show Tuesday.
"I saw it, and it kind of threw me off a bit, and I reached down and tried to break it up, but I couldn't get too physical because the official's right there with me," Wells said on the "And I tried to pull 'em apart and everything.
"And I didn't see him make contact -- I saw the kick. And I immediately turned to the official and I was like, 'Man that's messed up -- he kicked him!' And everyone on our side is yelling, 'He kicked him!'"
As you can see above, Wells breaks down the incident and whethere or not the suspension was warranted.
"It was a heated moment and he made a bad decision obviously and it cost him," Wells said.
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