Suggs says he isn't sweating it, though, once again telling reporters that his main goal is a Super Bowl.
“I just ask myself how many Defensive Players of the Year -- with the exception of [Green Bay Packers cornerback] Charles Woodson -- have Super Bowl rings,” Suggs, who has also forced six fumbles this season, said Wednesday. “It definitely would be an honor, but I am in it for the overall No. 1 goal.”
"I pretty much will leave it in God's hands, leave it in Tebow's hands," he said, drawing laughter.
Speaking of Tebow, there is still a chance that the Ravens could face Tebow and the Broncos a week from now. If the Ravens lose Sunday and the Broncos win the AFC West, the Ravens could travel to Denver next weekend for the AFC wild-card round. Hopefully for Suggs, Tebow isn’t a vengeful Tebow.