Shocking: Myles Garrett discusses whether he would give Lamar Jackson or Joe Burrow the edge ‘right now,’ as well as what he plans to do to Jackson.



Ohio: Myles Garrett gave Lamar Jackson something to prove him wrong about before Sunday’s rematch between the Browns and the first-place Ravens.

When Kay Adams of the Up & Adams podcast asked Garrett on Tuesday who he’d prefer between Jackson and Joe Burrow, his two main AFC North rivals, Garrett chose Burrow, who has thrown 10 touchdowns and only two interceptions in his four games, all triumphs.

Meanwhile, Jackson is having the greatest season of his career under new offensive coordinator Todd Monken, and the Ravens are 7-2.

The Browns, Bengals, and Steelers are all 5-3, with the Steelers ranking second, the Browns third, and the Bengals fourth based on head-to-head and division records.

Garrett remarked, Well, I’m taking down Lamar, but as far as who has the upper hand right now, I’ll take Joe.

He gave his justification, highlighting the fact that he was speaking at the time.

He said that Joe was coming on strong.

He’s one of those individuals who, in my opinion, can make you feel good every single night when he’s in good health. However, Lamar is approaching it in such unique ways.

You know, he still managed to gallop for 150 yards and three touchdowns that evening, even if his throwing was off that night. It’s simply a matter of him beating you in a few different ways or Joe lighting you up for 400, which is something that not many players in the league can do.

With a 100.8 passer rating this season, Jackson ranks sixth in the NFL. He has a 7-3 record versus the Browns, including a 28-3 triumph on October 1 that featured 13 touchdown passes, 6 interceptions, and a 100.0 rating. Despite being sacked 21 times, he has gained 597 yards and six touchdowns on 103 rushes.

With a 90.6 rating, Burrow is ranked 16th in the NFL. He is 1-5 against the Browns, including a 24-3 loss to the Bengals in this season’s opener while recovering from a calf injury. Burrow, who is now fully recovered, had an 86.4 rating after tossing 10 touchdowns and five interceptions versus the Browns. They’ve fired him twenty times.

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