4 Reasons the Cleveland Browns will beat Miami Dolphins in Week 10

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1. Myles Garrett will be able to focus on rushing the quarterback

Myles Garrett is a phenomenal athlete. The former No. 1 overall pick has become arguably the best pass rusher in the NFL with 66 sacks through his first 75 games. That’s good enough for the most in Cleveland history, and he also set the single-season franchise record in 2021 with 16.

This year, he’s been even better as he enters Week 10 as not only the highest-graded EDGE in the NFL, but PFF says he’s the top-rated player at any position thus far.

On the year, Garret has 22 tackles and 7.5 sacks in seven games and while Miami has a solid left tackle in Terron Armstead, Garrett will move around and find an advantage. He’ll have no problem with this in Week 10 as Brandon Shell hasn’t been playing at an elite level and could struggle with the uncanny mix of speed and power that Garrett possesses.

Another factor that will help Garrett is the windup for Tua Tagovailoa. While he’s been a great player this season, he does take a while to get through his throwing motion which has led to him taking some nasty hits throughout his career.

Look for Garrett to be in the backfield a lot as he makes life miserable for the Dolphins’ signal-caller — which is the main reason to believe this could be a win for Cleveland.

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