3. Browns DE Myles Garrett
It’s impossible for his stock to go up any more, but Garrett was good in this one, point a pass rushing grade of 90.5 according to PFF.
Garrett had a sack and generated a team high five pressures also posting a win rate of 22.6 percent.
Garrett made headlines during the week for his Halloween-themed, quarterback graveyard at his suburban Cleveland home, and he made good on having Murray’s grave marker on the scene.
Again, the defensive line seems to be doing its job, rather it’s the secondary and linebacking corps that’s struggling to make plays.
The secondary is a disaster, but it even looks like JOK is in storefor the worst grade of his young career, as he had trouble in coverage while surrounding a touchdown reception.
As for Garrett, you don’t have to worry about him. The guy shows up every week and should be the front runner for defensive player of the year.