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    Default Fight breaks out at Steelers and Browns Game

    https://sports.yahoo.com/some-believ...141912830.html

    Would like to see opinions from others about the actions at the end of the play in the Browns Steelers game.

    Some speculation that if the ref had called a roughing the passer that it would not have escalated to the point it did.

    I imagine there will be suspensions or fines coming from this.

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    I saw this on the news yesterday and there's really no excuse for this type of violence. I mean hitting the guy over the head with his own helmet will solve nothing but lead to more violence.

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    Watched it. It was a good brawl, a work of art, with an innovative move as the centre piece. A thing of beauty.

    I can't blame either guy, we all just do what we can. But I'm closer to siding with Garrett.

    The hit on Steelers rookie WR earlier, that left the guy bleeding from the ear and barely able to walk, now that was ugly and life threatening. This QB-gets-hit-with-his-own-helmet incident was just more news-worthy.

    Garrett was suspended indefinitely, Brows DT Ogunjobi 1 game, Steelers C Pouncey 3 games. Organizations fined $0.25m each.

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