Kyler Murray questions Myles Garrett’s ‘quarterback graveyard’ in post-game exchange


Not much has gone right for Cleveland in the early going (to give you an idea of how things are going, Case Keenum and D’Ernest Johnson will be in the lineup when the Broncos come to town Thursday night), but Pro Bowl pass-rusher Myles Garrett has been a bright spot, leading the NFL in sacks while also holding PFF’s third-highest grade among edge defenders (that’s out of 105 positional qualifiers). Garrett’s torment of opposing quarterbacks isn’t limited to between the lines, extending off the field to his front lawn, which includes grave markers for Justin Fields, Lamar Jackson, Justin Herbert, Joe Burrow and Kyler Murray, among other victims.