By Ashley Dunkak

FORD FIELD (CBS DETROIT) – From the start, Sunday’s game seemed like a special occasion for Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who had billionaire Warren Buffett as a guest, decked out in a blue No. 90 jersey and taking pictures on the sideline before the game with about a dozen other folks in Suh jerseys.

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“That’s pretty big-time,” Lions center Dominic Raiola said with a grin. “I was impressed.”

Raiola turned serious on the question of whether Suh – who had a sack in the game – has played his last game at Ford Field.

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“I hope it’s not,” Raiola said. “I don’t know. I don’t know what he’s – I can’t speak for him.”

The television broadcast of the game showed defensive tackle C.J. Mosley throwing his arms out and saying to Suh, who was seated next to him, “Don’t go, baby! Don’t go!” Whether he was doing so jokingly or seriously is unknown, but Suh did not appear to react much.

The Lions had tried to negotiate a long-term extension with Suh last offseason, but they tabled talks before the start of this season so the status of discussions would not be a distraction for the team. Suh has brushed off contract questions all year, usually deferring to his agent Jimmy Sexton and saying Sexton will determine where Suh lands.

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Suh did not speak with media after Sunday’s game, a win over the Minnesota Vikings that moved Detroit to 10-4 on the season. If the Lions win their next two games, they win the NFC North.