What we saw happen last night in Cleveland has no place in the game of football and Max Kellerman is rightly fired up in his desire to see the offending parties punished. And anyone who watched Myles Garrett violently swing Mason Rudolph's helmet down on the quarterback's head knows what the real issue is here. Rudolph started it.
Kellerman delivered a two-plus minute soliloquy addressing both sides of this issue on First Take this morning and it is very much worth your time if you enjoy being triggered by bold thought.
Neither Stephen A. Smith or Damien Woody seem completely moved by this argument, and their reaction is probably indicative of the public at large.
So far, the NFL hasn't seen Kellerman's side of things: In their announced suspensions, Rudolph has not yet been disciplined.