Myles Garrett's Halloween costume is a quarterback's worst nightmare

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As Halloween approached, Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett decided to turn his front yard into a quarterback graveyard, commemorating the memories of the quarterbacks he's sacked. 

Garrett was making a statement about his confidence and giving himself a little motivation. But a quarterback graveyard wasn't enough for Garrett. Now that Halloween is here, he took that idea to the next level. 

He showed up at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday morning dressed as the "Sack Reaper," every quarterback's worst nightmare. The name of every NFL quarterback he's ever sacked is printed on the back of his cape.

Garrett sadly won't be able to wear that costume or mask during the game, but he doesn't need any of that to strike fear in the hearts of quarterbacks around the league. Garrett has 9.5 sacks on the year so far, two more than anyone else in the NFL. 

He and the Browns are facing the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, and you can see QB Ben Roethlisberger's name at the bottom of Garrett's cape. That positioning doesn't seem to have anything to do with the number of sacks, because Garrett has sacked Roethlisberger four times in four career meetings.

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