Bruce Smith just one upped what Myles Garrett with his Halloween decorations.
Earlier this month, the Cleveland Browns star may have an impressive list of quarterbacks in his Halloween graveyard but it doesn’t touch what Buffalo Bills Hall of Famer Bruce Smith put together.
Smith created 76 fake tombstones to display in his front yard that represented each of the quarterbacks he put to the ground during his career. The eight-time All-Pro had 200 sacks with the Bills and the then-Washington Redskins.
“Getting to the quarterback was my specialty,” the former defensive end told WAVY-TV. Smith wanted to show Garrett “what a real graveyard looks like,” according to the station.
The 6-foot-4, 272-pound defensive lineman for the Browns has created havoc for quarterbacks since entering the NFL in 2017.
In 2021, he leads the NFL with 9.5 sacks and is on pace to set his own career high. In three of the last four seasons, he’s recorded more than 10 sacks.