Steelers/Browns Fight Now A Tree Topper

A Washington Couple created the topper showing Garrett hitting Rudolph over and over again

Andrew Limberg
December 05, 2019 - 1:57 pm

(Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - The now infamous incident at the end of the first Steelers/Browns game in Cleveland will be a part of one family’s Christmas tree this holiday.

Steve and Shelley Schneider of Marysville, Washington, a part of the metro Seattle area, created the tree topper.

Steve said on Twitter that they are neither Browns nor Steelers fans and that they make their own tree topper every year “based on a big media item.”

A few years ago the Schneider family did topper based on the Gorilla Harambe and another year did one of then Seahawks Richard Sherman cornerback’s epic interview with Erin Andrews

Harambe tree topper
Shelley and Steve Schneider

He adds that they are actually Seahawks fan and have “ZERO dogs in this fight!”

The topper has Garrett holding Rudolph’s helmet with his arm swinging around and around reenacting the move that got the Browns defensive end suspended indefinitely.

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