Brady Quinn has caused quite a fuss this week. On the one hand, his actions Monday night following his second interception throw, when he undercut Baltimore's Terrell Suggs with a chop block during the Ravens' return, drew cries of outrage on the Internet and, on Wednesday, a fine from the league. On the other hand, his shockingly bad performance led others, at long last, to label Quinn as an out-and-out flop. For the record, Quinn said after the game that he saw Suggs coming at the last second, was upset and sorry about what happened, and never intended to hurt him. Quinn spoke to Suggs on the field and later apologized to him and the Ravens.
Maybe he was sincere, maybe he was covering his behind. Regardless, the league exacted punishment.
But what about the "flop" tag? Does it ...
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