Kyle Brandt on Deshaun Watson suspension: 'It pisses me off to see the number six'

By , Audacy Sports

Judge Sue L. Robinson's decision to suspend Deshaun Watson for six games surfaced in the second-half of Monday's episode of "Good Morning Football," but that was more than enough time for Kyle Brandt to form a strong opinion on the punishment.

Brandt explained why the six-game suspension disappointed him, arguing that Watson engaged in behavior that warranted a much more serious punishment:

This feels like a noteworthy opinion to come out on NFL Network, which is owned by the league, and by extension, a portion belongs to the Browns. Since launching in August of 2016, "Good Morning Football" has received rave reviews, but it's not generally a show that ruffles feathers a ton.

The NFL will have three days to decide whether or not to file an appeal on Robinson's decision. Should the league appeal and argue that six games wasn't a long enough suspension for the sexual misconduct that Watson allegedly engaged in, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell or someone he appoints would oversee the appeal.

LISTEN on the Audacy App
Sign Up and Follow Audacy Sports
Facebook | Twitter | Instagram