Commentators are calling for swift punishment against Myles Garrett, who during last night's game tore the helmet off Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and smashed his head with it. The brawl erupted after Garrett, Cleveland's 23-year-old top draft pick in 2017, sacked Rudolph seconds before the game ended in a 21-7 Browns victory. Commentator Joe Buck described it as "one of the worst things I’ve seen on a professional sports field."
How serious will the punishment be? Observers say Garrett should be suspended for the rest of the season — noting that the same act on the street would lead to arrest.