Browns Star Myles Garrett Decorated His Home With NFL QB Gravestones For Halloween
© Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett is getting the Halloween spirit, decorating his house with NFL QB gravestones...
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The 25-year-old put out the set up at his Ohio pad just a few days ago ... laying headstones on his front lawn with seven quarterbacks' last names, numbers and helmets on them.

The list of signal-callers features opposing players on the Browns' schedule this season ... including AFC North rivals Lamar Jackson, Ben Roethlisberger and Joe Burrow.

The other four names include Bears' Justin Fields, Patriots' Mac Jones, Cardinals' Kyler Murray and Chargers' Justin Herbert.

Unclear why other QBs on the Browns' schedule like Derek Carr and Aaron Rodgers missed the cut ... but you can see in photos, obtained by TMZ Sports, it's all hilarious nonetheless.
Filed Under: NFL
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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"He is scary good." How tf are you employed, Larry?
Reply2 months
This guy got issues.
Reply2 months
Is that one of his deceased relative’s skeleton?
Reply2 months
What was Garrett's record versus LSU?
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Fairy bad
2 months
EKG
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Far and away my favorite holiday. I always smile when I see Halloween decorations (the scarier the better!) on *any* house. No surprise at all that Myles would get in on the fun of October.
Reply2 months
Where's Mason Rudolph?
Reply2 months
Headless horseman is setup out back…
2 months
Mason Rudolph will be in the Christmas decoration as the red, bloody headed Reindeer.
2 months
He even has his murder weapon on the tombstones.
Reply2 months
That's pretty good lol.
2 months
Dude needs landscaping. Those production houses Turnberry build are okay, but the lick and stick stone and $500 Home Depot landscaping packages are awful.
Reply2 months
His grass looks nice.
2 months
Shouldn't you be watching hgtv??
2 months
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