I’m making a perfectly valid comparison for purposes of the relevant point. Garrett swinging a helmet at another players head is a criminal act with criminal intent. The fact Rudolph wasn’t seriously hurt doesn’t change that. You’re also drawing a false equivalence between action that happens as part of play and this incident, which was entirely outside the bounds of play. The whistle had been blown, the p,ay was over, so drawing any comparison to hits that occur during games misses the point.
Well the entire legal system does not see it your way.
That's why there are separate levels of severity when being charged for assault. You must know this? Do you think the laws are the same for attempted murder versus actual murder. The whole judicial system is telling you that you are wrong. Just drop it.