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Myles Garrett takes shot at coaching staff after Browns’ embarrassing loss to Patriots

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Myles Garrett knows exactly what went wrong for his team after the New England Patriots blew out the Cleveland Browns in their Week 10 showdown.

The Patriots obliterated the Browns 45-7, with Cleveland’s rushing and passing game effectively shut down by New England. Baker Mayfield was able to throw only one touchdown, completing just 11 of 21 pass attempts for 73 yards. Not to mention that he had one interception.

However, according to Garrett, the biggest issue for the Browns was their lack of in-game adjustments. They already knew right after the first half that their game plan wouldn’t work, but they failed to do so as they let the Patriots’ lead expand.

“We didn’t make the adjustments on the sideline or when we had time to,” Garrett said on the loss, per Zac Jackson of The Athletic.

Myles Garrett has a point, though. The Patriots went ahead in the second quarter with a 17-0 showing, putting the score at 24-7 heading to halftime. It was a manageable lead at the time and the Browns were not totally out of the game.

However, nothing changed for the Browns in the second half. In fact, one could say they got worse. Aside from failing to score, they allowed Mac Jones and Co. to have their way to add 21 more points to their tally.

It’s a huge setback for Kevin Stefansky’s men in their bid to claim the top spot in the AFC North. They dropped to 5-5 on the season with the loss, putting them at the bottom of the division standings.