Browns vs. Texans: 5 bold predictions in Week 13

Browns, Myles Garrett. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
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Cleveland Browns, Myles Garrett
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3. Myles Garrett gets two more sacks

Sunday was a huge game for Myles Garrett. The former No. 1 overall pick was doing everything in his power to get after Tom Brady, which is no easy task.

Brady might not be very mobile but he’s incredible when it comes to getting the ball out of his hands. He typically throws shorter passes and with his quick release, defensive ends often have a hard time getting to him.

Even so, Garrett found a way to do so twice, finishing with 1.5 sacks. The first one, where he was awarded a half-sack, found him and Jadeveon Clowney converging on No. 12. Then his full sack came in overtime when he got to Brady on third down, forcing a punt — which led to the winning touchdown.

Houston has a pretty rough offensive line, although Laremy Tunsil does a great job as the left tackle. Garrett has moved around in the past and this would be a good game to try this some more, as Tytus Howard doesn’t have the same talent Tunsil does.

Even if the Browns leave Garrett on the right side, he should have another solid day. He’s playing with insane confidence and Cleveland should be able to build an early lead, forcing Houston into passing situations. Garrett takes advantage of that with two more sacks on the season.