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

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What a total douche move on Freddie's part.  You can fix a lot of things but stupidity isn't one of them.  This will ensure that his team will receive maximum crap from the crowd in Pittsburgh.  It was already going to be a tough environment.  He just guaranteed that it will be as bad as it can be.

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2 hours ago, Chaos said:

Should Mike Tomlin wear a shirt that says "Myles Garrett reacted like a violent thug".   He would not be wrong. 

So did Rudolph. I guess the first attempt at removing Garrett’s helmet and the kick to the balls is easily overlooked?  Come on. Why can’t people see what really happened?

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44 minutes ago, Tenhigh said:

Lol, this post is ridiculous. 

As is Garrett's response in a winning game with 7 secs left.

 

Bye bye... You just lost your career and livelihood in a league that is a PRIVILEGE to play.  He should be banned for life.  

 

Next, a more deserving player!

 

THAT'S, ridiculous!

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This will help keep the links on the Browns under control when they see this leadership from the coach.

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1 hour ago, Charlottebillsfan2 said:

Only 32 NFL head coaching jobs in the country and this guy landed one. 

Well, he was an understudy for Hugh Jackson, so he’s got that going for him.

9 minutes ago, whorlnut said:

So did Rudolph. I guess the first attempt at removing Garrett’s helmet and the kick to the balls is easily overlooked?  Come on. Why can’t people see what really happened?

What really happens was that Myles Garrett tried to bash an opposing player in the head with a helmet.  Everything that happened prior to that is immaterial. Not hard for most people to understand.

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2 hours ago, Wayne Arnold said:

 

Sure why not. Although "thug" is often perceived as a racial slur so I'd steer clear of that one if I'm Tomlin.

 

Against people from India?  That's where the word comes from.

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Idiot. They’re gonna get their ass kicked this week and I don’t even care if it hurts our playoff standing.

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Should be fired at seasons end for this stunt alone.

 

Unprofessional as hell.

 

However, for selfish reasons, I hope the Browns hand on to him for another year or two.

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I have never had any respect for CLE, and I probably never will. What an embarrassment to the league. Freddie Kitchens is a D-bag.

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1) He should be fired.

2) I had no idea Manson was a Browns fan.

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If you're dumb enough to play Garrett up 14 with 13 seconds left then you're dumb enough to wear a t-shirt in public that adds fuel to the fire.  Maybe elevating a RB coach to head coach wasn't the greatest move for the Browns.

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1 minute ago, Doc Brown said:

If you're dumb enough to play Garrett up 14 with 13 seconds left then you're dumb enough to wear a t-shirt in public that adds fuel to the fire.  Maybe elevating a RB coach to head coach wasn't the greatest move for the Browns.

It was however,  the perfect "Browns" move.

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30 minutes ago, FLFan said:

Well, he was an understudy for Hugh Jackson, so he’s got that going for him.

What really happens was that Myles Garrett tried to bash an opposing player in the head with a helmet.  Everything that happened prior to that is immaterial. Not hard for most people to understand.

Where did I say what he did was right? I didn’t. So stop assuming that. 
 

The point is...if Rudolph didn’t react the way HE did, it would have never happened. Most people understand that. I guess you’re not one of them. 

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Makes you wonder how the Bills lost to them.

 

They are clowns.

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2 hours ago, Reks Ryan said:

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. 

 

No one with an ounce of common sense can watch that play and think anyone other than Garrett started it by slamming Rudolph (and his head)  to the ground long after the ball was gone.

 

It's not even close to being considered any other way.

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2 minutes ago, IDBillzFan said:

 

No one with an ounce of common sense can watch that play and think anyone other than Garrett started it by slamming Rudolph (and his head)  to the ground long after the ball was gone.

 

It's not even close to being considered any other way.

Have you met @Wayne Arnold & @Doc?

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3 hours ago, Wayne Arnold said:

He's not wrong.

 

Nope

 

The idiot that decided that it was both necessary and appropriate to take the QB to the ground 4 seconds after he released the ball with 8 seconds left in a 14-point game is the guy that "started it".

 

Beyond all shadow of a doubt 

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Not good when Baker Mayfield is more mature than the coach. Given that he has been nothing but a huge disappointment, if I'm the browns this would be the last straw and I fire him immediately..

 

 

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8 minutes ago, IDBillzFan said:

 

No one with an ounce of common sense can watch that play and think anyone other than Garrett started it by slamming Rudolph (and his head)  to the ground long after the ball was gone.

 

It's not even close to being considered any other way.

It takes two to escalate a situation but being slammed to the ground about a second after you throw it on a garbage time screen pass would piss me off too.  Was Rudolph just supposed to lay on the ground and take it?  

 

Even if Rudolph started it (which he didn't), there's no reason in hell to swing a helmet at another man's head.  In a bar fight you're getting jail time if you hit a guy with a broken bottle.

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1 hour ago, Binghamton Beast said:

Should be fired at seasons end for this stunt alone.

 

Unprofessional as hell.

 

However, for selfish reasons, I hope the Browns hand on to him for another year or two.

They are going to dump him after the season, so why not do it now and send a message! We know they won't cause they're the dysfunctional Browns.

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