That all depends on if one is a steelers fan, a pats hater and such.
Without an established policy, one or two games seems fair enough for both. Both were flagrant intentional acts that were illegal and had one purpose, to hurt another player. Some are trying to separate the two claiming one was a football play while the other was not. That football play has been taken out of the game for years, it is not allowed at the college level, so he knew, understood. Yet still thought about, took aim, then launched at the head, then stood over taunting. It is no different then the Idiot Gronk slamming down on the guy after the play. He stopped, thought, then jumped. The only one of these three incidents that should be viewed differently was the hit on Brown, that could have been the speed of the game and angles or it could have been intentionally.