Myles Garrett is the worst kind of monster; one that you can’t entirely stop. Granted, the Jason Vorhees metaphor worked really well for Wyatt Teller and Garrett but for the sake of keeping it a bit different with each entry, we’re going to switch gears and talk about the fact that Garrett seems to be able to get you from anywhere.
He’s destroyed opposing offenses from the left defensive end spot, right defensive end spot, from inside as a tackle, and even in a two-point stance off the edge. Garrett’s versatility makes him an incredibly hard player to stop. Well, his versatility as a player and the fact that he’s 6’4, 271 pounds, and runs like a wide receiver.
That type of power and speed in one person makes him the ultimate quarterback hunter. Hunter is a great word to describe Garrett, as he’s actually known to have a quarterback graveyard in the front of his house (it’s “only” for Halloween; of course). With his skills, attributes, and natural ability to get after people holding an oblong ball, he’s the ultimate predator for quarterbacks
Granted, Garrett can’t go invisible like the Predator from the film franchise can. At least we don’t think he can. However, it would explain why the referees never seem to see him get held by opposing linemen.