Cleveland Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett may have just won the Halloween decorations contest.
We’ve seen plenty of professional athletes go all-out for Halloween, whether it be through costume or house decorations. Garrett went with the latter this year.
Garrett went with a simplistic approach with the Halloween decorations in his yard this year. He put out a few gravestones and a giant skeleton. That’s not even the best part, though.
Each of the gravestones displays the last name, number and team helmet of an NFL quarterback. Some of those quarterbacks include Lamar Jackson, Joe Burrow and Ben Roethlisberger.
Myles Garrett Decorates Home With NFL QB Gravestones For Halloweenhttps://t.co/cjiR7LF6jT
— TMZ Sports (@TMZ_Sports) October 14, 2021
We have a feeling opposing quarterbacks won’t be trick-r-treating at Myles Garrett’s house this year.
Here’s what TMZ Sports had to say about Garrett’s Halloween decorations:
“Each ‘grave’ has it’s own light fixed on it … and on Jackson’s and Jones’, the words ‘RIP’ and ‘Here lies’ are written on the top. There’s also two giant skeletons, a scarecrow, pumpkins and more on the property!!”
Garrett has already haunted the dreams of plenty of NFL quarterbacks over the years. Perhaps his most terrifying encounter with an opposing quarterback came this season when Garrett had 4.5 sacks against Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields.
Garrett is off to a sensational start to the 2021 season. He already has seven sacks on the season.
The superstar defensive lineman will try and add to his sacks total this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.