The Arizona Cardinals December schedule just got a bit easier.
After one of the worst in game fights in NFL history took place between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns on Thursday Night Football, the league has already handed out suspensions.
In case you live under a rock, here was last night’s fights:
How many games will Myles Garrett be suspended for?— Barstool Bets (@barstoolbets) November 15, 2019
Over 5.5 (-300)
Under 5.5 (+200) pic.twitter.com/EwR8G7118c
After the fight, Garrett was ejected from the game and the takes were flying, but one that came in early ended up being the most accurate.
Myles Garrett should not be allowed to play another snap this season— Kyle Juszczyk (@JuiceCheck44) November 15, 2019
Now, the NFL has come down with their verdict and the justice was swift and severe:
The gist, Myles Garrett has been suspended indefinitely, at least the rest of the 2019 regular season and playoffs.
Joining him from the Browns is Larry Ogunjobi, who was suspended for a single game, so he will make the trip to Arizona.
However, Garrett was not the only one getting a severe punishment, as Steelers center and known peace maker Maurkice Pouncey has been suspended three games. The last game he will be suspended for is the one against the Arizona Cardinals.
That means the Cardinals will miss seeing Garrett lined up across from them and the Steelers will be without their anchor in the middle in Pouncey when they take on the Cardinals.
What a crazy turn of events.