WATCH: Browns' Myles Garrett Attacks Mason Rudolph With Helmet in Ugly Brawl

Garrett’s season in jeopardy, career and Browns franchise forever stained

Daryl Ruiter
November 15, 2019 - 2:50 am

Cleveland, Ohio (92.3 The Fan) – In the span of mere moments what was supposed to be an exhilarating night for the Browns and their fans was stolen by an act of madness.

This franchise, mired in utter failure for two decades and embarrassed regularly by the Steelers, now bears the embarrassment of one of the ugliest incidents in NFL history.

“I am embarrassed,” Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens said. “Myles is embarrassed. It is not good. He understands what he did, he understands it is totally unacceptable, and we have to get through it.”

No one will be talking about Cleveland’s first win over Pittsburgh since 2014 or the fact this is the first time ever they beat the Steelers and Ravens in the same year or the four interceptions of Mason Rudolph – two by linebacker Joe Schobert – or Nick Chubb hitting 1,000 yards faster than any Brown since Jim Brown.

“We have five seconds to go in a game. That cannot happen,” Kitchens said. “We have five seconds to go in a game – the biggest game that this team has won… Never beat Baltimore and Pittsburgh in the same year since 1999, and then we have to talk about this.”

Myles Garrett will never live down ripping off Rudolph’s helmet and using it as a weapon to strike Rudolph squarely on the top of his head.