Michael Crabtree and Aqib Talib both suspended two games

The NFL isn’t messing around as it concerns the extended beef between Michael Crabtree and Aqib Talib, who were both ejected Sunday for fighting.

The league handed down two-game suspensions for both players on Monday evening.

The fight, which was sparked when Talib ripped off Crabtree’s necklace for the second season in a row, involved multiple punches, and Crabtree actually sucker-punched Chris Harris Jr. the play before it happened.

Both players will have three business days to appeal their suspensions.