"They're doing a lot of different things to try to slow me down," said Suggs,
who ranks third in the AFC with 8 ½ sacks. "I haven't been to the Pro Bowl yet,
so this shouldn't be happening. It's respect that I'm not looking for."
Now, Suggs is set for an encounter Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium with a Cincinnati Bengals offensive line that hasn't allowed a sack in three of its last four games, including last week's 58-48 win over the Cleveland Browns.
Suggs recorded two sacks in a 23-9 win over Cincinnati earlier this season at Paul Brown Stadium.
Cincinnati (5-6) has allowed just 22 sacks this season and features upper echelon bookend tackles in Levi Jones and Willie Anderson. Suggs will likely rush opposite Anderson most of the time.
His last sack and corresponding celebration came in a 30-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 21.
"I was dancing against Dallas, so it's been a little while," Suggs said. "I plan on getting back to that."
Aaron Wilson is the chief writer for RavensInsider.Com He is also the Ravens' reporter for the Carroll County Times in Westminster Maryland.
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