Stop Defending Myles Garrett
The Browns got a rare win over the Steelers on Thursday Night Football, but got an organizational black eye in the process when star defensive end Myles Garrett attacked Pittsburgh QB Mason Rudolph with his own helmet. Following the incident, some have argued that Garrett was provoked by Rudolph, but Colin thinks Garrett’s actions are indefensible and Rudolph was within his rights to defend himself when Garrett was initially on top of him after a late hit. Those defending Garrett’s behavior are embarrassing themselves.
-Don’t forget about Houston in the AFC
-Baker handled Garrett incident like a pro
-Colin’s Week 11 Blazin’ 5
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