We’re only a couple weeks away from Halloween, and Cleveland Browns pass rusher Myles Garrett has the perfect holiday decorations for the occasion – a quarterback graveyard.
A temporary graveyard in your front lawn is already a solid choice for Halloween decorations. But Garrett recently personalized the idea with headstones of some of the NFL’s quarterbacks he terrorizes each Sunday. The 25-year-old defensive end is a beast of a man for opponents to deal with. Standing at 6’4″ and 270 pounds, he’s more than a handful for opposing offensive linemen to deal with.
Myles Garrett is one of the core players that have helped turn the Cleveland Browns franchise around in recent history. The Browns went from being the butt of NFL jokes to a potential playoff contender because of players like Garrett.
The two-time Pro Bowler has 21 tackles and 7 QB sacks this season through only five games. In fact, he leads the league in sacks. Therefore a quarterback graveyard is a more than appropriate Halloween idea for Myles Garrett’s front yard.
Garrett utilized seven headstones with current quarterbacks’ last names, numbers and helmets on them. The list includes QBs who play against the Browns this year. Of course, Garrett added his AFC North rivals Lamar Jackson, Ben Roethlisberger, and Joe Burrow to the cemetery. He also included Justin Fields, Mac Jones, Kyler Murray, and Justin Herbert in his quarterback graveyard.
To round out the decorations, Myles Garrett added two giant skeletons, a scarecrow, pumpkins and more to his front lawn. The pass rusher is definitely ready for Halloween with his spooky decorations. However, Garrett has spooked NFL quarterbacks for years now anytime they see No. 95 running their way.
Myles Garrett Isn’t the Only NFL Player Who’s Ready for Halloween
While Myles Garrett has his decorations on point in Ohio, another prominent player has been planning his Halloween costume for at least a year. Evidently, Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers had a specific reason for growing his hair out throughout the offseason. That’s because he recently said it’s for his upcoming 2021 Halloween costume idea.
Rodgers missed out on being added to Myles Garrett’s graveyard, but has different plans for this year’s holiday. In the past, the Super Bowl champion has shared some of his Halloween costumes on social media. In 2019, the Packers QB dressed up as Uncle Rico from Napoleon Dynamite.
During an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show late last month, the NFL MVP explained why he grew out his hair. Sadly, Rodgers refused to reveal the costume though.
“I have a month until Halloween and this has been a year in the making for my costume. I’m not going to give it away, but it’s somebody who is a hero of mine who has longish hair,” Rodgers said.