Top 10 single seasons by a Cleveland Browns player in the 2010s
No. 5: Myles Garrett (2018)
Myles Garrett might be the overall most talented NFL player on this list. His athletic ability combined with his knowledge of the game should end up turning him into a Hall of Fame pass rusher.
The former 1st overall pick missed some games his rookie year due to injury, and missed some games last season due to an equipment incident with Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph, so he has only played all 16 games once so far in his short three-year career.
Garrett got to play all 16 games in 2018, and his production lands him at No. 5 on this list. Garrett had 13.5 sacks, three passes defended, three forced fumbles, 44 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, and 29 quarterback hits.
He sent shivers down the spines of the opposing teams quarterbacks, as he was an absolute beast on the field for the Browns. He was a key reason the team ended up going 7-8-1, which was their best record for the decade.
His 13.5 sacks were the most by any Browns player since 1999, and his 29 QB Hits were the most by any Browns player since 2006. His 12 TFLs also tied for fourth since the Browns franchise returned in 1999. In 2020 Myles Garrett should be primed for another season like the one he had in 2018, as he will return healthy and even more motivated to put up numbers after his suspension.