Myles Garrett, nor the rest of the Cleveland Browns are not happy about the way this season has played out.
The Browns’ season has completely unraveled as they continue to wait on the return of Deshaun Watson, who may show up well too late to save this season. The Cleveland Browns suffered yet another loss inn Week 12, bringing their record to an abysmal 3-7 on the season.
“We are too good of a team to have this record that we have right now,” Garrett said.
Garrett was also adamant about the team not wasting the talent they have on this squad.
“We gotta make sure we don’t waste the talent that we have in its prime right now.”
While that might be how Garrett feels, clearly his head coach disagrees with his star player when he responded back to what he had to say.
Garrett, who sacked Josh Allen once for a team-high total of 8.5, must face the sobering fact that the Browns will likely miss the playoffs.
The team is four games under .500 with a 3-7 record that has them third in their division. The playoffs are a pipe dream for a team that have dropped six of their last seven games.