Suggs has been playing with a torn left biceps since Oct. 16. In the Nov. 27 game against the Bengals, he had two sacks and two forced fumbles while working against Cedric Ogbuehi.
Even though it would be easy for Suggs to shut down his season and get ready for 2017, he said it’s not something he’s considered.
“Every time you get to line up is a privilege,” Suggs said. “You got to take advantage of these Sundays. I’m not stupid. I know I’m on the back nine of my career. So any chance I get to line up, I’m going to line up.”
The game, and his one-on-one matchup against one of the game’s best, has plenty of meaning for Fisher as well.
“Pride is a big thing,” Fisher said. “For some of us it’s our last year, and some of us are just getting started. We’re playing every game like it’s the Super Bowl. At least that’s my mentality. This is my Super Bowl this week and I’m going to finish it out and see where the coaches evaluate me as a player and try to get better.”