Myles Garrett now stands alone atop the Browns record books. With less than a minute to play in the first half of Cleveland's Week 14 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens, the veteran pass rusher was able to get to quarterback Tyler Huntley and record his 15th sack of the season. That takedown not only added to Garrett's impressive total on the year, but it also broke the single-season franchise record.
On top of that, Garrett was able to write his way into the record books with an exclamation point as he stripped the ball out of Huntley's hands, was able to locate the loose football, pick it up, and walk into the end zone to add to the Browns' lead.
This is just the latest record for the fifth-year defensive end as he also set the franchise record for the most sacks in a single game (4.5) back in Week 3 against the Bears. He's also just five sacks away from breaking Clay Matthews' all-time franchise record of 62 with four weeks remaining following Week 14's action.
This latest sack moved Garrett past Reggie Camp, who had 14 sacks back in 1984.