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Freddie Kitchens wore a "Pittsburgh Started It" t-shirt

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Kitchens is pretty foolish for doing this.  I mean Mason Rudolph is not even starting at QB.

What does he gain by perpetuating this?  All this will do is make the ref's throw the laundry against the Browns even more.

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This just makes me appreciate that we have McDermott that much more.

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Nothing wrong with that.....I mean.....if you are 6. 

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That is a Rex Ryan move.   Although Rex would've worn the shirt to weekly press conference. 

 

Rex was entertaining, and to a lesser degree, so is Freddie.  But neither are the guys you want to be the head man if you're trying to build a  consistent winning organization. 

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31 minutes ago, Wayne Arnold said:

He's not wrong.

Yes he is wrong.   

 

What started it was a late hit and then Garrett pulling Rudolph to the ground when the ball is already 20 yards downfield. 

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35 minutes ago, StHustle said:

More evidence this guy is out of his league. An NFL HC simply can't make such pathetic decisions.

 

Apparently his daughters bought it for him as a joke but him deciding to wear it in public, even taking pictures with fans wearing it was a total bone headed move. The makers of the shirt got ahold of the pic and used it for an advertising post 🤦🏽‍♂️

 

How embarrassing for the Browns organization.

 

https://es.pn/2LnTnX1

 

 

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40 minutes ago, StHustle said:

More evidence this guy is out of his league. An NFL HC simply can't make such pathetic decisions.

 

Apparently his daughters bought it for him as a joke but him deciding to wear it in public, even taking pictures with fans wearing it was a total bone headed move. The makers of the shirt got ahold of the pic and used it for an advertising post 🤦🏽‍♂️

 

How embarrassing for the Browns organization.

 

https://es.pn/2LnTnX1

 

 

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Wow this guy is a complete moron. 

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41 minutes ago, Wayne Arnold said:

He's not wrong.

How is he "not wrong"??? 

 

I watched the play, Garrett 100% started it

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8 minutes ago, CaptnCoke11 said:

Still can’t believe we lost that game

They’ve beaten a few decent teams, including Baltimore. They have talent.

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Okay... I will play.  Somebody tell me how Pittsburgh "started it."

 

Once again... Cleveland's whacked out sense of reality.  Remember their #1 nemesis was.Cincinnati.  Now it's Pittsburgh.  I am not even a Pittsburgh backer, I hate the place.

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2 minutes ago, ExiledInIllinois said:

 

Okay... I will play.  Somebody tell me how Pittsburgh "started it."

 

Once again... Cleveland's whacked out sense of reality.  Remember their #1 nemesis was.Cincinnati.  Now it's Pittsburgh.  I am not even a Pittsburgh backer, I hate the place.

 

Ummm...unless Garrett can see out his ear hole you can't say he knew the ball was out of Rudolph's hands. No whistle was blown. No flag thrown. He didn't slam or drive him into the ground. He actually pulled Rudolph down on top of him. He was going for the sack title this year. What he did was a FOOTBALL PLAY. Rudolph getting upset and trying to rip off Garrett's helmet was the FIRST of the non football illegal actions that snowballed from there. That's how you can unequivocally say Rudolph started the fight. 

 

 

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