NFL officials have cracked down on rushing the passer penalties this season, but Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has other gripes. The Browns were on the received their must devastating loss off their season in Week 6.

They Browns fell short in a 38-14 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Myles Garret only assisted on one tackle, and he didn't record any sacks. He's said he wants for highlight games where he showcases his talent at his best, but he'll have to wait a little longer. What had Garret heated was a missed false start call that helped the Chargers take a 21-3 lead over the Browns before halftime.

“Do your job just like we need to do our job. … If it's holding, call holding,” Garrett told “If it's a false start, (call a) false start, whether it's us or them. There was one point where it was like eight calls to one I believe? Or seven calls to one.”

Myles Garrett is well aware that criticizing the refs so openly could result in a fine. However, he doesn't seem to care. Garrett seems perfectly content with paying any fine that is levied against him. As long as his message is heard, he'll be just fine.

“If I get fined, so be it,” Garrett continued. “Something needs to be said. If it keeps on going this way, this route, where it seems like we keep on getting the short stick. They can see us complaining or me blowing the whistle, but I'm going to go out there and play my game regardless.”

While the Browns were still facing a serious deficit, Garret made a point to say that momentum is everything in the NFL. One small mistake could result in a missed opportunity for the other team to turn things around. The NFL hasn't responded yet, but they'll be sure to release statement in the coming days.