"I'll take a fine, if I get a good shot at a quarterback," Suggs said Friday on "The Jim Rome Show", via ProFootballTalk.com. "I don't care where I hit him, how I hit him, as long as I'm getting the job done, I'll take it."
Suggs doesn't buy into the theory that safer play can be gained through stiffer financial penalties. Instead, Suggs feels it's a matter of better play along the offensive line to protect quarterbacks.
"Quarterbacks get hit," Suggs said. "You don't want to get hit, play defense, play something else. Go punt the ball."
"They've just been really fortunate. If you've seen it, it comes down to one or two plays. Don't be fooled," Suggs said. "Yes, they've won. ... But don't be fooled. Like people say, 'Pittsburgh's won six of the last eight,' but look at the scores. It's like one play here, one play there. A lot of those wins [could] go the other way."