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  1. The Myles Garrett incident

    No, what he did was wrong by the books but he gets support from his teammates in that regards
  2. The Myles Garrett incident

    Mason is 100% the victim
  3. TNF: Steelers at Browns

    Dude you didn’t hear about how Freddie had the team practice ripping helmets off and swing them around during OL/DL one on one sessions during training camp. This was totally on Freddie. Heck last week vs the Bills a sideline microphone picked up Freddie telling The punter to rip the helmet of the runner right before a punt. Heck another example, vs the Pats, he had a dude jump offsides on purpose cause the RG didn’t hear the instructions to swing with the helmet in their hands after you rip it off. He is 100% to blame cause Freddie preaches ripping helmets off and swing them around. Literally what coach doesn’t preach that? to be serious if Freddie is to blame for this, then every other major dirty hit is to be blamed on the coaches
  4. Is Dorsey suppose to be a future teller? Was he suppose to know that Vernon would get hurt and miss some games and Garrett would be suspended for the season. Avery was not being used by the defense what so ever. So instead of just watching him rot on the inactive, he turned him into value by trading him. Much rather him do that than start telling coaches who they should be playing cause that creates more issues. It’s not like Avery was a starter and was traded to create PT for another player like he did with Hyde. All this Avery stuff falls on the defensive coaches
  5. TNF: Steelers at Browns

    yep, Mason is 100% victim here...
  6. Heck man, I’ll be swing for the fences too on that D bag!
  7. Just funny it happen to one of the dirtiest teams or at least use to be. They were known for having the head hunters on their team.
  8. The Myles Garrett incident

    Well Rudolph is pretty dumb so you have no idea. Proof, you see some of those passes he threw last night...
  9. The Myles Garrett incident

    I could see if he wasnt egged on and it was just out of no where they Could maybe even think about criminal charges but with how everything went down. No way in hell charges should even be talked about. Just kiss the rest of the season good bye and the franchise records he could have set
  10. The Myles Garrett incident

    Didn’t we have a guy a few years ago rip of Icongitod helmet and swing it but missed and got popped 3 games? Contact should be at least another 3 or so games. He should be done for the year
  11. The Myles Garrett incident

    https://www.nflpenalties.com/penalty/roughing-the-passer?year=2019&view=team this is saying before this week of games both CLE and BAL were tied for Roughing calls
  12. The Myles Garrett incident

    What Garrett did does not correlate with Freddie and ability to have discipline when it comes to aspects of the game like knowing the snap count or knowing how to line up. If so there would be more personal fouls being called on the browns for dirt hits.
  13. Like you said, why would Maryland coaches do that. Showing they are willing to take a kid down like that. You don’t want that negative stigma put on you. That could destroy relationships with their recruiting grounds in Maryland DMC area and if you want to be successful at Maryland that is the last thing you want to do.
  14. The Myles Garrett incident

    It's more professional discipline with regards holding, being offside etc, rather than anything physical. Different when the team can’t be discipline for being offsides and what not but saying that freddie is coaching them to be dirty like with Robinson and Garrett incidents I blame Stipe for Garrett’s issues. Dude turned him into a lethal killer just like him
  15. The Myles Garrett incident

    All season long? It was the Titans game and The Steelers game. There have been zero other incidents of anything like this in the other games. but I am pretty sure during training camp, Freddie did have a practice session where they went over how to put properly rip a helmet off and swing it tho...
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