Suggs isn't just a pass-rusher, though. He also has been stout against the run, making him an all-around threat worthy of NFL Defensive Player of the Year contention. But that's not what drives the four-time Pro Bowler.
"None of it matters if I don't get that (piece) of football immortality," Suggs said Sunday, according to The Baltimore Sun. "And every game is one step closer."
"It only counts if we get to Indy and the confetti drops," Suggs said. "I don't really care (about personal awards). I can't help it if you all talk about it. People are talking about it. But what does it matter if we lose our first playoff game? What does anything that any of us have achieved this year mean? Nothing. It's short lived. It don't last forever. But championships do."