FAIRVIEW PARK, Ohio (WKYC) — It's been the talk of the NFL (and the country) these last few days: The moment Browns defensive end Myles Garrett hit the Pittsburgh Steelers' Mason Rudolph over the head with the quarterback's own helmet.
The melee has been replayed hundreds of times following Cleveland's 21-7 win over Pittsburgh on Thursday Night Football.
Garrett later apologized for his actions and has been suspended for at least the rest of the season, while Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey will be forced to sit for three games and Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi for one.
Garrett will reportedly have his appeal heard by the league early this week.
Many Browns fans as well as others are still pointing the finger at an additional culprit: Mason Rudolph.
Rudolph is expected to be fined and not suspended for his actions.
A photo posted on Facebook from Jessie Burchfield shows a group of letter-labeled Christmas stockings hung up at the Target in Fairview Park. However, they have been arranged to read, "Mason R. started it."