Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (above) is part of another Thanksgiving controversy after it appeared he delivered a blow to Texans quarterback Matt Schaub where the sun don't shine. (REBECCA COOK/Reuters file photo)
One year after his infamous stomp on Green Bay Packers right guard Josh Sitton, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh found himself in another Thanksgiving kicking controversy.
Suh appeared to deliver a blow to Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub's groin area during Thursday's match at Ford Field.
On the play, Suh was blocked and tackled by Texans offensive lineman Derek Newton. On his way down, Suh rolled over and his leg extended into Schaub's nether regions.
Suh was not penalized on the play.
Suh's feet got him in trouble during the Lions' U.S. Thanksgiving day game last year when he stomped on Sitton's leg after a play. Suh was ejected from the game and suspended two weeks for the incident.