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I’m ready to sit down with my slow cooked bacon wrapped backstrap and baked potato, with the crunchiest leftover bacon strips sprinkled on the potato! Yummy yummy yummy! While watching a good game.
 

I made this topic in part to plug my cooking this rare treat but also because upsets happen alot on TNF. The Browns broke their losing streak on TNF last year. Here now they haven’t quit so we will see. I think it’ll be a good game either way. Either it will be a good close game or an entertaining mess.

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4 minutes ago, BloodyChamp said:

I’m ready to sit down with my slow cooked bacon wrapped backstrap and baked potato, with the crunchiest leftover bacon strips sprinkled on the potato! Yummy yummy yummy! While watching a good game.
 

I made this topic in part to plug my cooking this rare treat but also because upsets happen alot on TNF. The Browns broke their losing streak on TNF last year. Here now they haven’t quit so we will see. I think it’ll be a good game either way. Either it will be a good close game or an entertaining mess.

Forget football, you are making me hungry haha 

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2 hours ago, BloodyChamp said:

I’m ready to sit down with my slow cooked bacon wrapped backstrap and baked potato, with the crunchiest leftover bacon strips sprinkled on the potato! Yummy yummy yummy! While watching a good game.
 

I made this topic in part to plug my cooking this rare treat but also because upsets happen alot on TNF. The Browns broke their losing streak on TNF last year. Here now they haven’t quit so we will see. I think it’ll be a good game either way. Either it will be a good close game or an entertaining mess.

I just ordered a pizza with bacon, so touche !

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Browns came out smashing skulls but aren’t running the ball for some reason, and they might fool around and lose for that reason!

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We see why hoyer threw so well against the Steelers. Outside of minkah they are not good in the secondary. We would of beat them easily without that INT.

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9 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

We see why hoyer threw so well against the Steelers. Outside of minkah they are not good in the secondary. We would of beat them easily without that INT.

Pretty frustrating huh 

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Did that just happen?

 

Rudolph just got hit in the head with his own helmet.  Pouncey trying to kick Garrett in the head while he's on the ground...

 

Wonder what the suspensions are going to be?

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Just now, Lucky Colts Fan said:

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Did that just happen?

 

Rudolph just got hit in the head with his own helmet.  Pouncey trying to kick Garrett.

 

Wonder what the suspensions are going to be?

Rest of the season for Garret. I liked him coming out of college. He’s turning into a dirty player QUICKLY. 

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1 minute ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

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Did that just happen?

 

Rudolph just got hit in the head with his own helmet.  Pouncey trying to kick Garrett in the head while he's on the ground...

 

Wonder what the suspensions are going to be?

That was wild. I started looking for a turnbuckle!

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For those that missed it. Couldn’t tell if Rudolph had his fingers stuck or also tried to rip the helmet off.

 

 

 

 

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I know one thing for sure:  That would not have happened with Andrew "ooh, good hit big boy" Luck.


What was Rudolph thinking grabbing Garretts' helmet like that?

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There was a lot of ugly hits by the browns tonight. I think 3 Steelers players left with concussions.

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2 hours ago, BloodyChamp said:

Browns came out smashing skulls

went out that way too...

Just wow. 

Al Davis looks down and grins his beady yellow teeth and nods in approval like the Emperor in Star Wars. "Good good!"..

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12 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

I think Mason might even get a small suspension.


Steelers fans will be glad to see Mason Rudolph not play QB :) 

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Garrett and Pouncey rest of the season, Ogumjobi 2-3 games and Mason Rudolph probably a game. That’s my guess.

 

First time since 1999 they beat both Ravens and Steelers in same year and then this happens. The Browns sure were head hunting, Gregg Williams probably left some lessons for them before he left. :( 

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If Garrett doesn’t get at least 6-8 games I’ll be severely disappointed in the league. That was ridiculous. 

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Browns had another player ejected earlier in that game too. Kitchens needs fired. They went head hunting tonight.

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Looked to me Like Rudolph initiated the whole thing (he was ripping at Garrets mask and twisting his head) and than came back to escalate it.

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I'm guessing. 1 game for Rudolph, 2 each for Decastro and Pouncy, and 4 for Garrett. But who knows how the league will spin it to control PR.  Maybe Garrett gets more and they go easy on the Steelers.  Hard to say, Walden got, what, one game for his headbutt and Haynesworth got 4 or 5 for his stomp.

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Rufolf should get a game or 2. Garrett should get rest of season. Others should get nothing. Just my opinion on what should happen not what will happen. 

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5 hours ago, esmort said:

Looked to me Like Rudolph initiated the whole thing (he was ripping at Garrets mask and twisting his head) and than came back to escalate it.


He has just come off a concussion and Garrett had him pinned to the ground with unnecessary excessive force on a meaningless down and when you’re pinned and feel like you need to get off, you grab at anything you can, that’s what happened, IMO. If Garrett had let go once he got Rudolph to the ground, Rudolph would not have pushed off thus resulting in the helmet slipping but it felt like Garrett wanted to hurt him all along. At some point, your instinct to fight back and get him off you without waiting on your OL to bail you will take over.

 

The action he could have easily avoided is going after him after the helmet was ripped off since his OL took over at that point.

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6 hours ago, The Fish said:

went out that way too...

Just wow. 

Al Davis looks down and grins his beady yellow teeth and nods in approval like the Emperor in Star Wars. "Good good!"..

good-good-let-the-hate-flow-through-you-

 

Overall, inexcusable...

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This Browns team is a punk team from Mayfield, to Beckham , to Garrett. Braggarts without portfolio. Only they could mess up a nice win. Why would Garrett pull that with 09 seconds left ? 
The Browns have talent, but they have done nothing so far , 4-6, to deserve all the national hype they have been given. Pouncey will get clipped also, and I won’t lose any sleep over any Brown or Steeler suspended. 

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This is absolutely despicable. They need to make an example out of that *, but they won't because it's the NFL where you can get suspended 5x and still keep coming back. 

 

 

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What a bizarre ending. Unbelievable. 

I was glad to see the Browns win, but that ending sure put a damper on it.  Incomprehensible.

 

I see definite suspensions coming.  Garrett will probably be out for the season.  It's one thing to yank the helmet off, but no....he had to take it farther and intentionally beat him over the head with it. :facepalm:  No excuse!

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12 hours ago, BloodyChamp said:


 I think it’ll be a good game either way. Either it will be a good close game or an entertaining mess.

Bingo on the mess!

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Garrett should be suspended for the remainder of the year and next season to make a example that this type of behavior is inexcusable. Rudolph should get supended 2 games for initiating the brawl. Everyone else should just get fines because they were reacting to Garrett swinging the helmet.

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Yeah... Myles Garrett will be done for the year after that. I could see Pouncy getting some time off as well for the kicking and punching.

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1 hour ago, lollygagger8 said:

This is absolutely despicable. They need to make an example out of that *, but they won't because it's the NFL where you can get suspended 5x and still keep coming back. 

 

 

 

7 minutes ago, Shaolin06 said:

Garrett should be suspended for the remainder of the year and next season to make a example that this type of behavior is inexcusable. Rudolph should get supended 2 games for initiating the brawl. Everyone else should just get fines because they were reacting to Garrett swinging the helmet.

 

No matter what the NFL does or does not do, Rudolph's agent may go beyond... to the justice system/courts outside the NFL.

 

"There are many risks an NFL QB assumes with every snap taken on the field," Younger wrote. "Being hit on your uncovered head by a helmet being swung by a 275 LB DE is not one of them. Tonight could have had a catastrophic ending. The matter will be reviewed thoroughly."

 

Civil and/or criminal charges may be pursued...

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8 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

Civil and/or criminal charges may be pursued...

 

Civil and/or criminal charges should be pursued...

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