Myles Garrett Takes Shot At Browns Coaches After Blowout Loss To Patriots

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  • Myles Garrett did not hold back after the Browns’ abysmal performance against the Patriots.
  • Garrett took a shot at the team’s coaching staff not being able to adjust.
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The Cleveland Browns took a 7-0 lead against the New England Patriots on Sunday. Then, the Browns gave up 45 unanswered points to lose 45-7 in one of the more lopsided games of the NFL season.

Cleveland defensive end Myles Garrett wasn’t too thrilled with his team’s performance after the game and wasn’t shy about taking a jab at his own coaching staff. In Garrett’s opinion, the Browns didn’t make any adjustments to anything the Patriots were doing offensively. That’s a recipe for disaster, to state the obvious.

“We’ve got to go back to the drawing board and see how we can get better, see how we can scheme better, see how we can make adjustments on the fly,” Garrett said during his postgame press conference. “We never had a chance just because we didn’t make any adjustments on the sideline or when we had time to.”

While Garrett didn’t name defensive coordinator Joe Woods or head coach Kevin Stefanski by name, it doesn’t take a detective to determine that Garrett is very much so calling out his coaching staff.

Sunday’s loss to New England isn’t the first bad performance Cleveland’s defense has put together. The Browns have allowed at least 33 points in four of their five losses this season.

As for Garrett’s individual performance against the Patriots, he managed just one tackle in the game, which happened to be a sack.