Things get spooky at the home of Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett. The star pass rusher has planted a “quarterback grave” in the front yard of his home. Each tombstone is a different quarterback he has played against this season or will play against.
Myles Garrett currently leads the NFL in sacks for the 2021 season with seven in the team’s first five games.
Pictured above is a gravestone for Justin Fields, who Garrett managed to fire four times. Joined by Fields is Justin Herbert, who was also fired by Garrett.
There are also monuments for Joe Burrow, Lamar Jackson and rookie Mac Jones. Kyler Murray is also in sight, possibly foreshadowing an upcoming sack this Sunday for No. 95 on the speedy Cardinals quarterback.
Garrett has already fired Lamar Jackson and Joe Burrow, so they deserve a place in the quarterback graveyard. Garrett will get his chance with Jones of the Patriots later this year.
All in all, it’s a fun Garrett thing to do around the time of the Halloween season. It will likely get national attention and some of the quarterbacks might not be happy with it. But, at the moment, the Garrett residence houses a quarters graveyard or some sort.