With the Cleveland Browns set to host the Cincinnati Bengals on Halloween/Monday Night Football, Myles Garrett didn’t fail to disappoint with his costume choice.
Few will forget the reaper costume that Garrett rocked before the team ultimately fell to the Steelers that day. That said, the costume choice this year against the Cincinnati Bengals is quite exciting and will undoubtedly remain in the minds of Bengals fans.
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett showed up to Monday Night Football with an outfit bound to scare the Cincinnati Bengals.
Yeesh, that man is already terrifying enough when it comes to getting past offensive linemen and sacking quarterbacks, but walking into the stadium like this? Does he have a deal with the ghosts to help him with his Halloween attire? One can only ask.
Garrett has every reason to feel confident. With Joe Burrow as the starter for the Bengals, the Browns have never lost against them. However, Cincinnati is the reigning AFC Champion, although banged up with Ja’Marr Chase out for the game. That doesn’t affect the costume, though.
Garrett is both terrifying off the field and on the field. The outfit doesn’t lie, and neither do his statistics. Despite a 2-5 start to the season, Garrett has recorded six sacks and two forced fumbles. If he plays as well as his costume, it could be a rough night for Burrow and his friends.
As an added bonus, the colors of both Cincinnati and Cleveland make this matchup all the more enjoyable. Orange, Black, White, and Brown. Four colors that represent the true spirit of Halloween, and what better teams to square off in primetime on All Hallow’s Eve? That should become a tradition, like Myles Garrett and his Halloween costumes.