And post season, if necessary.
"Garrett's indefinite suspension is at a minimum for the remainder of the regular season and postseason. He must meet with the commissioner's office before a decision is made on his reinstatement, and he was fined an additional amount, the NFL said."
"Garrett violated unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct rules, as well as fighting, removing the helmet of an opponent and using the helmet as a weapon," the league said in a statement.
Polian had the following talent using the following picks:
Manning: 1st overall
Harrison: 1st (by Tobin)
Glenn: 1st (by Tobin)
Marlin Jackson: 1st
That's much better talent than the players you mention above, and we only won one SB during all of those years it took to assemble that 1st round talent.
Using that as a comparison, Ballard has a long way to go in terms of how many years it will take, not to mention being set back by having to replace his version of Glenn and Harrison soon. (AC and TY)
I think that was the issue Tannehill was proving to not be a cornerstone, same with Tunsil. Fitzpatrick may have been.
No doubt. And Miami would feel duped like the Colts did after trading for T. Richardson or signing Corey Simon.
Man, I think you gotta give Rudolph something. He turned that situation into a brawl in the first place.
Deal with Garrett, I think an indefinite is a bit extreme but a 4 game suspension, which IS fair, would be most of the rest of the season so w/e.
But Rudolph was the one who took it there. Garrett's overreaction shouldn't completely negate Rudolph's consequences. you can't protect quarterbacks if they're going to do stupid crap like he did then try to hide behind the NFL when angry football players come after them.
What Rudolph did was absolutely cowardly and it absolutely provoked what Garrett did. I'd give him at least 1 game.