The Cleveland Browns were one of the most hyped up teams heading into the 2019 NFL season after the offseason acquisition of Odell Beckham Jr., but heading into Week 10 of the season they’ve come nowhere close to living up to those expectations.
Heading into their upcoming tilt with the Buffalo Bills, the Browns own a 2-6 record and have a -53 point differential. Just about everyone is counting them out from making a late season run to get into the playoffs, but defensive end Myles Garrett believes they have the ability to win the rest of their games and finish 10-6.
We all know how Twitter works, so when someone on a team that’s only won two of their first eight games says they can finish the season with eight straight wins, you know they’re going to get dragged by fans of all teams, including the Browns.
It certainly hasn’t been a season full of positives for the Browns so far, but Myles Garrett’s play is one positive they can take away from their first eight games. Heading into Sunday’s tilt with the Bills, the third-year defensive end has a team-high 10 sacks and 13 tackles for a loss, and he’s on pace for a career year.
However, that career-year might end up being a waste, especially if the Browns fail to win this weekend against Buffalo.