After a heartbreaking defeat, Myles Garrett is inconsolable, and there is skepticism about the coaching staff.

Aggies’ rear end The early elimination of his club from the NFL playoffs on Saturday did not sit well with Myles Garrett. The Browns were thoroughly embarrassed by the Texans in Houston, losing 45–14.

At one point, the Browns led 14–10, but after that, it was all Texans, with Cleveland quarterback Joe Flacco throwing two pick–sixs in a succession.

Heading into the postseason, the Browns had the best defense in the league, but they were unable to stop rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud of Houston, who finished with 274 passing yards and three touchdowns.

Garrett used phrases like “undermanned” and “outgunned” to characterize his team’s performance following the game.

Garrett remarked, “We got beat.” “We were outnumbered, outgunned, and outcoached.

“The game wasn’t that far away from us. It wwas all about the execution,” Garrett continued. “Speaking as a defensive player, I know we couild have executed a lot better.”

Cleveland won the first contest between the two teams back in Week 16, 36-22. But that seems like forever ago. Garrett indicated that Browns defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz didn’t change much of the game plan entering this matchup.

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