CLEVELAND – Myles Garrett made history – and put the Cleveland Browns in command over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday – with just one play.
With 57 seconds left in the first half and Ravens starting quarterback Lamar Jackson sidelined by an ankle injury, Garrett sacked backup quarterback Tyler Huntley, forcing a fumble.
The sack gave Garrett the Browns single-season record for sacks in a season with 15, propelling him past Reggie Camp, who had 14 in 1984. The defensive touchdown also gave Cleveland a 24-3 lead. After a Justin Tucker field goal, the Browns led 24-6 at the half.