The Cleveland Browns beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-7 last night (November 14th) at home, but what was making headlines was a shocking act by Browns defensive end Myles Garrett. With just eight seconds left in the game, Garrett tore off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet, swung it, and then hit Rudolph in the head with it. Garrett, who is likely to receive a lengthy suspension from the NFL, said afterward, "I lost my cool and I regret it." Players from both sides came onto the field during the brawl, which began after Garrett wrestled Rudolph down to the ground well after he'd completed a short pass on a meaningless play. Rudolph got his hand on Garrett's helmet first as they grappled on the ground, but after he got back on his feet, Garrett yanked off Rudolph's helmet and slammed it into the top of the quarterback's head. Rudolph told reporters, "I thought it was pretty cowardly and bush league. I’m not going to back down from any bully." Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield called his teammate's actions "inexcusable."