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Max Kellerman Blames Mason Rudolph For Fight With Myles Garrett

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ESPN pundit Max Kellerman had an all-time stupid take Friday about the fight between Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph.

The Browns star has been suspended indefinitely after he crushed the Steelers quarterback in the head with his own helmet in a Thursday night win. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The film is pretty damning. He took Rudolph to the ground, they started scrapping, Garrett ripped off Rudolph’s helmet and smashed his head with it.

Yet, Kellerman thinks this one is on Mason Rudolph! Watch his absurd comments below.

What the hell is Kellerman talking about? That whole situation is on Myles, and absolutely nobody else. For the sake of argument, let’s say Rudolph had done something wrong (he didn’t), it still doesn’t matter.

The moment Garrett swing his helmet, the whole situation was one him. It’s one thing to rip a guy’s helmet off.

It’s a totally different situation once you use it as a weapon.

The moment Rudolph went to the ground, he had every right to try to get Garrett off of himself. This is the NFL. If you’re going to unnecessarily take out the QB, then things are going to escalate.

All of that aside, it’s still on Garrett for swinging his helmet and nobody else. He’s going to be sitting for a long time, and he has nobody but himself to blame.