Myles Garrett is known as one of the most feared pass rushers in the National Football League, The defensive end was drafted with the first overall pick in 2017 by the Cleveland Browns and has helped turn the perennial losers into a legitimate playoff team.
In the offseason, Garrett got involved in some drama with professional troll Jake Paul. He’s since adjusted his focus back to tackling other football players in their own backfield. This year, Myles celebrated the nightmare he creates for NFL quarterbacks in a couple of unique ways. Cleveland.com and the NFL both gave props to the Brown’s rush end for adapting his on-field persona to his Halloween celebration via social media.
“How funny is this?! Myles Garrett’s Halloween decorations this year include tombstones featuring the names and numbers of NFL quarterbacks from across the league.”
After decking out his front yard as a graveyard of QB’s who he’s taken out, Garrett showed up for Sunday’s tilt with the Pittsburgh Steelers dressed as the Grim Reaper. He had a list of every NFL quarterback he’s sacked written on the back of his cloak.
Ultimately, Garrett failed to intimidate Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers this time. Despite losing kicker Chris Boswell on an ill-conceived fake field goal, Pittsburgh held on to top the Browns 15-10.
Garrett did record one sack on the afternoon. After Boswell’s injury, Pittsburgh was unable to attempt any further field goals and went for two-point conversions after every touchdown. While Boswell technically is not a quarterback, you can add him to Cleveland’s impressive list of harvested NFL souls.
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