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Old 11-15-2019, 09:08 AM   #16
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Just now waking up to this....WOW

Garret should be suspended indefinitely imo

NFL should not stand for that... that's literally assault
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Old 11-15-2019, 01:16 PM   #17
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"BEREA, Ohio -- Myles Garrett will not play again this season, and maybe longer.

The NFL announced Friday that the Cleveland Browns defensive end has been suspended for the rest of this season, including the playoffs should the Browns make it, and will have to meet with the commissioner's office before being reinstated in 2020."
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Old 11-15-2019, 02:39 PM   #18
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Dont fvk with MAGA QB......
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Old 11-15-2019, 03:45 PM   #19
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Handled this perfectly imo. I hate that Pouncey got suspended lol but gotta do what you gotta do.
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Old 11-15-2019, 06:33 PM   #20
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Good. Heís a ****ing dumbass


Not surprised it was the browns thought. This team is so undisciplined
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Old 11-15-2019, 06:52 PM   #21
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Pouncey...

Shout to that dude tho. That's how you're supposed to come in after shit like that goes down. Dude went in. He probably felt that shit thru his helmet.

It's always good to see, imo, someone step in and take what is gonna be a serious consequence to defend a teammate.

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Old 11-15-2019, 07:28 PM   #22
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Are you actually pleased by this?

Your best defensive player could very well be suspended for the rest of the season..just as momentum is being gained.

Something that happened literally after they’d already won the game.

Or do you just forever stay in this cringey troll state?

How mad are you right now that Mason Rudolph lost control and tried to rip Garrett's helmet off only to have his own helmet ripped off and bashed with it?

Karma is a wonderful thing!


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Old 11-15-2019, 07:37 PM   #23
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Old 11-15-2019, 07:53 PM   #24
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You should tell that to Garrett

Garrett started this with an incredibly dirty late tackle on Rudolph, ~5 seconds after he had thrown the ball on the last play of the game (a game that the Steelers had already lost), and by the end Garrett was lying on his back and getting absolutely pummeled by Pouncey...

What does Pouncey have to do with Mason starting something that he can't finish? He lost control and instead of letting the refs call the penalty for the late tackle, he tried to take matters into his own hands and rip Garrett's helmet off. The result was him learning a hard lesson that he'll never forget. It sucks that we lose Garrett for the rest of the season, but the Browns have a zero tolerance policy for any bullshit from our opponents. You lose self control against one of our players, expect an even bigger loss of self control coming back your way. Mason got really lucky and dodged a bullet. Had that hit connected better it could have really fvcked him up. I bet Mason Rudolph never tries to rip someone's helmet off ever again.
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Old 11-15-2019, 08:06 PM   #25
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Old 11-15-2019, 09:16 PM   #26
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How mad are you right now that Mason Rudolph lost control and tried to rip Garrett's helmet off only to have his own helmet ripped off and bashed with it?

Karma is a wonderful thing!

why would I be mad....

I donít give a shit about either team.

People who are browns fans just lost their best defensive player for the year and perhaps more. I donít understand the celebration.
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Old 11-16-2019, 07:53 AM   #27
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Default Re: Myles Garrett hits Mason Rudolph in the head with his own helmet

Max Kellerman pointed something out on First Take that I hadn't originally noticed: Rudolph tried to take Garrett's helmet off first. Garrett is still too undisciplined and largely to blame but in fairness that should be mentioned.
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why would I be mad....

I donít give a shit about either team.

People who are browns fans just lost their best defensive player for the year and perhaps more. I donít understand the celebration.
Hey, who wants to try for the playoffs when you can swing a helmet at a backup QB?
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Old 11-17-2019, 06:07 AM   #28
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What does Pouncey have to do with Mason starting something that he can't finish? He lost control and instead of letting the refs call the penalty for the late tackle, he tried to take matters into his own hands and rip Garrett's helmet off.



So Mason started it by "losing control" when he took an extremely late and dirty tackle with 8 seconds left in the 4th quarter of a game he'd already lost?

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The result was him learning a hard lesson that he'll never forget. It sucks that we lose Garrett for the rest of the season, but the Browns have a zero tolerance policy for any bullshit from our opponents.

How exactly did Mason learn a "hard lesson" here? You realize that Mason came away from the situation unscathed and Garrett is suspended indefinitely, right?

Lets pretend for a second that you are correct that Mason started it...if that were true, the main lesson he would have learned is that reaching for a Browns players helmet after they plant you with a dirty tackle can trigger that player into committing a catastrophically idiotic penalty... I dont see how that lesson is "hard", but you are probably right that he will never forget about how stupid and undisciplined the browns are.

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You lose self control against one of our players, expect an even bigger loss of self control coming back your way.

Its no wonder the Browns are such a successful franchise with this kind of winning mentality

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Mason got really lucky and dodged a bullet. Had that hit connected better it could have really fvcked him up.


Garrett got lucky that he missed... If he had seriously hurt Mason, his suspension would be much worse and he would potentially be facing an assault charge as well.

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The result was him learning a hard lesson that he'll never forget. It sucks that we lose Garrett for the rest of the season, but the Browns have a zero tolerance policy for any bullshit from our opponents.

Now that Mason knows the Browns are undisciplined idiots who are easily goaded into committing idiotic penalties, hes probably going to try to rip off Browns helmets on every play

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Old 11-17-2019, 12:02 PM   #29
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So Mason started it by "losing control" when he took an extremely late and dirty tackle with 8 seconds left in the 4th quarter of a game he'd already lost?

Yes, he lost control the moment he tried to pull Garretts helmet off. Just let the refs call the penalty, don't try to assault another player through the loss of self control.


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How exactly did Mason learn a "hard lesson" here? You realize that Mason came away from the situation unscathed and Garrett is suspended indefinitely, right?

He realizes that he could have been badly injured getting hit with his own helmet. He'll never make that mistake again. It's a hard lesson but he learned it.

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Lets pretend for a second that you are correct that Mason started it...if that were true, the main lesson he would have learned is that reaching for a Browns players helmet after they plant you with a dirty tackle can trigger that player into committing a catastrophically idiotic penalty... I dont see how that lesson is "hard", but you are probably right that he will never forget about how stupid and undisciplined the browns are.


There is no pretend about it. Mason was the first one to lose self control and attempt to pull off Garretts helmet. Tackling is a part of the game. Doesn't matter if it's late or not. There's countless instances of late tackles yet the QB shows restraint unlike Mason. He's 100% wrong, and caused this whole domino effect.

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Its no wonder the Browns are such a successful franchise with this kind of winning mentality
The Bengals, Bills, Cardinals, Chargers, Falcons, Jaguars, Lions, Panthers, Texans, Titans and Vikings have not won a Super Bowl either. Your point is moot.


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Garrett got lucky that he missed... If he had seriously hurt Mason, his suspension would be much worse and he would potentially be facing an assault charge as well.


Mason is lucky that he missed. Mason will never try to pull another players helmet off because he knows he was inches within getting seriously fvcked up. It's a hard lesson for him and he learned it.

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Now that Mason knows the Browns are undisciplined idiots who are easily goaded into committing idiotic penalties, hes probably going to try to rip off Browns helmets on every play

Again he won't attempt to rip off anyone's helmet. He learned his lesson.
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Old 11-17-2019, 12:23 PM   #30
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Mason started the fight. If the league is issuing out suspensions, they need to first demonstrate that they have the competence to know whom to start with. The fact that Mason Rudolph isn't suspended is very telling.

Max Kellerman explains it perfectly. Not really even debatable at this point...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21NlMgar1sc

How can someone be so gullible as to not agree with what Max Kellerman is saying?
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