The Cleveland Browns have been decimated by injuries this season as both Deshaun Watson and Nick Chubb are now out for the year. A serious injury to Myles Garrett would be a fatal blow to the Browns.

Luckily for Cleveland, Garrett's tests showed no structural damage in his shoulder. Head coach Kevin Stefanski is calling him day-to-day and is optimistic that Garrett can suit up in Week 13, via Jake Trotter of ESPN.

Garrett suffered his shoulder injury in the team's Week 12 loss to the Denver Broncos. He was forced to leave in the first half and was seen wearing a sling after the game. While he may not be 100 percent, the tests at least show that Garrett didn't suffer anything that would sideline him long-term.

With Garrett being the Browns' most dominant weapon on defense, all of Cleveland has taken a collective sigh of relief. In 11 games this season, Garrett has racked up 32 tackles, 13 sacks, 23 quarterback hits and four forced fumbles. His 13 sacks are tied for second-most in the league.

With Garrett leading the charge, Cleveland's defense ranks first in the NFL, allowing just 247.9 yards per game. They've been elite in the pass game, leading the league by allowing 142 yards through the air per game.

At 7-4, the Browns are in the midst of a fierce playoff battle. Without Myles Garrett, it's hard to imagine Cleveland being the team are today. Even if he doesn't play in Week 13, the Browns seem to have avoided a scary long-term scenario and should have Garrett back on the field sooner rather than later.