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What Should Happen To Garrett?

What should happen to Garrett?  

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  1. 1. What Should Happen To Garrett?

    • Let the players police themselves like they use to.
    • Suspend him 4 games plus a fine
    • Suspend him 8 games plus a fine
    • Suspend him 16 games plus the biggest fine ever given
    • Life ban from the NFL
    • Suspension plus fine and legal action
    • Ban plus legal action
    • Nothing, he was standing up for himself because Rudolph tried him and that’s fighting words anything goes


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1 minute ago, T0mShane said:

Disgusted how soft you wimps are. Get out of your safe spaces and man up, poof-bois. You sicken me with this pious sh*t. 

Are you sure you majored in literature lol

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4 minutes ago, New York Mick said:

Are you sure you majored in literature lol

I didn’t say I was any good at it, just that I majored in it

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27 minutes ago, ljr said:

 

why are you sticking your weiner out at the tv?  (no gay)

and why can't we see some sack? (no gay here either)

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The rest of this season and all of next season as well. Play stupid games win stupid prizes 

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3 hours ago, joewilly12 said:

WOW didn't see this last night. 

Rudolph is a little b*tch.

Garrett is already ripping Rudolph’s helmet there... looks to me like Rudolph was trying to get Garrett away by kicking him 

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He should be banned from the NFL and be eligible to apply for reinstatement after the 2020 season 

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If he was a Jet we would demand a “hopefully he wins on appeal and learned his lesson” option. Herndon did much worse.

As many of stated, just don’t do it on tape. Then Goodell is all about that wrist slap.

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3 hours ago, Darnold Schwarzenegger said:

 

Could have killed the other player? Browns should cut him? 

Overreact much? You could work for BSPN with these hot takes

Not an overreaction at all.  That hits him the wrong way, it would have killed him. 

Let me guess McSorley's stick to Brashear's head was "boy's will be boy's?"

They cut players for domestic abuse.  It is not a stretch to cut them for this. 

If the film shows what I think it does, Rudolph should be banned for the season too

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3 hours ago, extmenace said:

Rudolph needs to be suspended at least 3 games. If you watch the fight, Garrett doesn’t start going crazy until Rudolph kicked him in the balls....

Not true. Garrett drove Rud down to the ground in a WWE style slam down. That’s when Rud shoved him in anger like any insane person would. Then Garrett tries to drag Rud by his shirt. Incidentally, that’s when Rudolph’s right foot ends up at G’s crotch and he pushes him back while G tries to take off Rs helmet. 
 

Rudolph should only be fined for the initial shove, if anything. After that, it was all on Garrett. 
 

This should be a suspension, fine AND a legal action. Hitting with a helmet is NOT part of the game and clearly an assault with a deadly weapon (yes a helmet can become a weapon when striking the head). 
 

 

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Someone in a prior post made a really good point - take a moment to imagine if Garrett had hit Brady over the head like that? Very good chance it would be a lifetime ban. 

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Can't wait to see how Goodell porks this one. 

 

- Garrett should be suspended for the remainder of the season, as has been done. Eight games seems reasonable, given the context. For reference, Haynesworth, a repeat offender, got 5 games for curb-stomping that cowboys' center. Equally as bush-league and dangerous.

- Everyone who threw a punch or kick should be suspended one game. 

- Everyone who came off the sidelines should face a minimum fine. 

- Don't like the idea of pressing legal matters, it's too murky of a situation and sets a bad precedent for a game that in and of itself would get you thrown in jail.

- Punish appropriately. Some will be satisfied, some will be enraged. People will move on. Only way it sticks around longer is if Goodell and the league do something drastic and precedent-setting. 

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Can't wait to see how Goodell porks this one. 
 
- Garrett should be suspended for the remainder of the season, as has been done. Eight games seems reasonable, given the context. For reference, Haynesworth, a repeat offender, got 5 games for curb-stomping that cowboys' center. Equally as bush-league and dangerous.
Unless Cleveland makes the playoffs (not likely) he got 6 games unless they don't let him back week 1 next year.

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1 hour ago, Sperm Edwards said:

This presumes he was carefully aiming where his foot was going, against a moving target, in the heat of battle, from the ground. 

Also it's hard to tell definitively if that's a heel with the toes up, or if his foot's on an angle with his toes on the top of Garrett's thigh, or otherwise.

Also regardless, Garrett's far too young to claim his balls are actually hanging that low. 

Bad PhotoShop for the gullible. 

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1 hour ago, Y3k said:

Garrett is already ripping Rudolph’s helmet there... looks to me like Rudolph was trying to get Garrett away by kicking him 

Rudolph is being fined. He was trying to rip off Garretts helmet at the beginning of the melee. I think that's what set Garrett off. Glad he's being banned for the rest of the season and playoffs at the minimum. . Football is an emotional sport but that was WAY over the top. 

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10 minutes ago, BroadwayJoe12 said:

Can't wait to see how Goodell porks this one. 

 

- Garrett should be suspended for the remainder of the season, as has been done. Eight games seems reasonable, given the context. For reference, Haynesworth, a repeat offender, got 5 games for curb-stomping that cowboys' center. Equally as bush-league and dangerous.

- Everyone who threw a punch or kick should be suspended one game. 

- Everyone who came off the sidelines should face a minimum fine. 

- Don't like the idea of pressing legal matters, it's too murky of a situation and sets a bad precedent for a game that in and of itself would get you thrown in jail.

 

The Steelers Pouncey got 3 games while another Brownie got a 1 game unpaid vacation. Rudolph is facing a fine.

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6 hours ago, GreenFish said:

I mean, if everyone who pushes a guy from behind gets more than a games suspension, the NFL may have a problem on their hands. I’ll be surprised if he gets one game. Pouncey on the other hand was throwing haymakers and kicking a player. Not as bad as Garrett but he should get more than 3 games. 

You can get a bigger suspension from a QB hit during a game.  Never mind a QB standing there with his back to you, doing nothing.  Can you be a bigger pussy?  In any way? 

Pouncey at least was defending his QB.  Is guaranteed to be a hero in his locker room, not shaming his teammates and team by unloading a cheap shot on a QB for no reason

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1 minute ago, PS17 said:

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Kate Hudsons lawyers will be in contact with you late next week.

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He should be banned from the NFL and be eligible to apply for reinstatement after the 2020 season 

Different sport but Roger Clemens did much worse hitting Piazza with a 95 fastball in his forehead (on purpose), don’t remember if he was even fined. Most are overreacting.

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Myles Garrett, Maurkice Pouncey, Ogunjobi Suspended for Steelers-Browns Brawl

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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95) hits Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph (2) with a helmet during the second half of an NFL football game Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/David Richard)
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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has been suspended indefinitely for his actions during Thursday night's on-field brawl in the closing seconds of a 21-7 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Garrett will be suspended without pay "at a minimum for the remainder of the regular season and postseason." Steelers center Maurkice Pounceyreceived a three-game ban, while Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi was suspended for one game.

NFL Senior Vice President of Football and International Communications Michael Signora provided a full summary of the discipline:

 

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph will be fined for his role as well.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Pouncey will appeal his suspension.Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reported Garrett will also appeal.

Garrett took down Rudolph well after a pass had been thrown, and Rudolph responded by grabbing at Garrett's helmet as the two were on the ground. The Browns pass-rusher retaliated by grabbing Rudolph by the facemask and ultimately ripping his helmet off.

Steelers offensive guard David DeCastro attempted to de-escalate the situation by separating Garrett and Rudolph. However, Rudolph continued to pursue Garrett, who then hit the Pittsburgh quarterback—who spent time in the concussion protocol in Octoberin the head with his own helmet.

DeCastro quickly forced Garrett onto the ground following the helmet swing. As DeCastro held Garrett on the ground, Pouncey delivered a series of punches and kicks to him.

Garrett, Pouncey and Ogunjobi, who knocked Rudolph down after the helmet swing, were ejected from the game.

After the game, Rudolph called Garrett's actions "bush league" and said it was a "total coward move":

 

Garrett acknowledged after the game he "lost [his] cool" while also saying he had "no clue" if he thinks he had made his final appearance of the season. Rapoport reported Friday morning it was "likely" the 2018 Pro Bowler would receive a multigame suspension.

The 2017 No. 1 overall pick has already heard from the league office on multiple occasions this season, as ESPN's SportsCenter noted:

 

According to ESPN Stats & Info, an on-field incident had previously resulted in a suspension longer than three games just three times in NFL history. Oakland Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict was suspended 12 games for his hit on Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle in September. His history of reckless behavior contributed to the lengthy discipline.

Burfict was also suspended five games for a hit against Kansas City Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman during the 2017 preseason, which was later reduced to three games following an appeal. 

In 2006, Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth received a five-game ban for stomping on the helmetless head of Dallas Cowboys center Andre Gurode during a game.

When asked about a possible lengthy suspension for Garrett, Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens said Thursday (h/t Pro Football Talk's Michael David Smith), "I've never seen that in my life, so we'll wait and see."

Adam Schefter of ESPN noted it's possible Rudolph and the Steelers could file legal charges against Garrett.

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So another Browns defensive player went after Rudolph  after he was hit in the head with his helmet?

WTF is wrong with the players on that team?

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5 minutes ago, More Cowbell said:

So another Browns defensive player went after Rudolph  after he was hit in the head with his helmet?

WTF is wrong with the players on that team?

It’s a street thing you wouldn’t understand. 

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2 hours ago, T0mShane said:

Disgusted how soft you wimps are. Get out of your safe spaces and man up, poof-bois. You sicken me with this pious sh*t. 

You know how I know you are a snowflake?

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2 hours ago, T0mShane said:

Disgusted how soft you wimps are. Get out of your safe spaces and man up, poof-bois. You sicken me with this pious sh*t. 

You know how I know you are a snowflake?

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1 hour ago, HtownJet said:


Ahhhhhhhh...didn’t see that.

Never do that Mason!
BTW Garrett should be suspended and fined...4 games?

Mason didn’t kick him in the sack. He pushed him away when Garrett was trying to rip his helmet off. It should’ve been a kick though. 

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This is an easy one......Garret no longer deserves the privilege to play in the NFL. Banned for life, with no appeal for reinstatement.

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A 280ILB Man brays a man in the head with an NFL helmet. It’s bush league, and is an indictment of the poor culture within the Browns. Poor H.C’s, bad ownership and organisation, seems to be the fuel for this.

I can seen parallels with our own team here. Not the stupid incident with Myles, but the lack of discipline, ownership of responsibility and leadership. 

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He should be forced to watch The Last Jedi and Rise of Skywalker with the ending that scored a 4 with audience test screenings back to back 

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7 hours ago, CanadaSteve said:

Are you ACTUALLY for real?

4 games for something that could have killed the other player.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Philc1 said:

He should be forced to watch The Last Jedi and Rise of Skywalker with the ending that scored a 4 with audience test screenings back to back 

I'm taking Mark Hamills advice. Will see it when it appears on cable. Maybe. 

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Just now, Jet_Engine1 said:

I'm taking Mark Hamills advice. Will wait for cable. Maybe. 

Supposedly Disney had to film three different endings and beg George Lucas for help

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