Crazy ending in Cleveland, Myles Garrett swings a helmet at Mason Rudolph

November 15, 2019 - 6:37 am

Myles Garrett found a way to overshadow the Cleveland Browns winning their second straight game on Thursday night in the ugliest way possible.

Garrett wound up in the middle of an ugly incident at the end of Cleveland's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, taking the helmet off of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and then swinging Rudolph's helmet at his head.

With just 15 seconds left in the game and behind the play, Rudolph and Garrett got involved in a scrum, starting with the two players tangled up and Rudolph seen trying to rip Garrett's helmet off in an attempt to get the Browns defensive end off of him. Garrett then ripped off Rudolph's helmet while being pushed away by Steelers guard David DeCastro. As Rudolph got up to confront Garrett, Garrett then swung Rudolph's helmet at him, connecting on the head of the helmetless quarterback. Naturally, more chaos ensued, including Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey kicking at Garrett at the bottom of a pile.

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield was interviewed immediately after the game and was not holding back how bad the fight looked:

"I didn't see why it started, but it's inexcusable. I don't care, rivalry or not, we can't do that. It's kind of the history of what's been going on here lately, hurting yourself. That's just endangering the other team, that's inexcusable, he knows that."

The NFL will have decisions to make about suspensions for the two teams, which could affect each team's playoff hopes.

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