In Sunday’s win over the Washington Football Team, the Cleveland Browns improved to 2-1.
Myles Garrett was one of the stars of the game as he absolutely dominated that Washington offensive front.
Garrett finished Sunday’s game with 2 sacks, 1 tackle for loss, 2 quarterback hits. 1 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery.
Garrett also was the main reason for the poor decisions made by second year quarter back, Dwayne Haskins Jr., as the Browns intercepted him 3 times.
Myles Garrett engages in trolling on social media after the win
Last year, Myles Garrett was the one being trolled after their Thursday Night Football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers when he swung with the helmet of quarterback, Mason Rudolph, hitting him in the head.
Sunday, Garrett was able to get some trolling revenge, posting a video of his sack on Dwayne Haskins Jr. using the voice over of Lakers superstar — LeBron James — viral audio clip of him saying, “that’s our ball”, from the NBA bubble.
Garrett posted the following on Twitter:
Preciate the love but we all know you can’t be the king until you deliver on the ring
— Myles Garrett ⚡️ (@MylesLGarrett) September 28, 2020
This was most likely done on purpose as King James is from Akron, Ohio.
In the video clip, you see the strength of Garrett on display as he bulldozes his way into the backfield, recording the sack, forcing the fumble and then recovering it.
Garrett had another sack in the game that was well liked on Twitter, as he refused to let Dwayne Haskins Jr. get out of his grip.
Myles Garrett was getting this sack by any means necessary 😂
— ESPN (@espn) September 27, 2020
Garrett tore Haskins down by his undershirt in his dominant performance.
Ironically, Haskins showed support to the man’s whose voice over was used to troll him on social media just a day before the game.
— Dwayne Haskins, Jr (@dh_simba7) September 27, 2020
Garrett now has 17 sacks in his last 16 games.
LeBron James shows love for his hometown Cleveland Browns
LeBron James showed love to his team after their 34-20 victory over the Washington Football Team.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) September 27, 2020
LeBron, who just a day before, clinched his 10th NBA Finals appearance was letting the Twitter world know that he was proud of his Cleveland Browns for their performance.
Ironically, this weeks matchup for the Cleveland Browns is against another team that LeBron has supported publicly, the Dallas Cowboys.
In 2011-2012, the start of the NBA season was delayed due a disagreement in the collective bargain agreement which almost led to LeBron James actually joining the Dallas Cowboys.
Sources reported that the Cowboys sent the future hall of famer a contract.
LeBron confirmed the reports when talking on uninterrupted. You can watch the clip below.
LeBron James said on @uninterrupted that he started training to be a football player during the NBA lockout in 2011 and #Cowboys owner Jerry Jones even sent him a contract. He has it framed in his office. pic.twitter.com/a6lDmXm87W
— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) May 19, 2020
It sure would have be some sight to see LeBron James in a Dallas Cowboys uniform.
With his sights set on another Larry O’Brien trophy, I do not know how much attention he will give to this weeks matchup, but either way he will walk out as a winner as he roots for both teams.