TeeRoy's 2 Cents
- The league has to suspend Garrett for the remainder of the season, at the very least.
- The Browns won the game 21-7. There was no reason for Garrett to do this.
- Rudolph has a history of concussions and Garrett hit him in the head. What a jerk.
- The NFL has to send a message to the rest of the league and issue a harsh punishment.
Thursday night's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns ended in an ugly brawl, and one player is likely facing a hefty fine and a lengthy suspension.
The fight started in the final seconds of the game when Browns defensive end Myles Garrett pulled Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph to the ground. Garrett then ripped off Rudolph's helmet and swung it at him, striking him in the head. Garrett's teammate Larry Ogunjobi then hit Rudolph from behind and Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey came to Rudolph's defense and started punching and kicking Garrett.
Garrett, Ogunjobi and Pouncey were all ejected. Garrett's actions shocked everyone, including his own head coachFreddie Kitchenswho called his actions "embarrassing." The NFL will review the incident and Garrett will likely receive a lengthy suspension. (ESPN)