The Cleveland Browns are preparing for a divisional showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers in what will be Ben Roethlisberger's final home game at Heinz Field before retirement, which is likely to happen after 2021. Well, Myles Garrett had a savage message for Big Ben ahead of the matchup.

Oh boy. The Browns star sounds like he's ready to sack Roethlisberger numerous times and hopefully help his team grab a much-needed victory. Garrett is one of the most feared pass rushers in the NFL and his numbers clearly speak for themselves, registering 15 sacks this season. That's the third-most in the league behind only Robert Quinn and T.J. Watt.

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Garrett had one sack and four tackles last time the Browns faced the Steelers on October 31st but he's gone two consecutive games now without a sack. Needless to say, the former Texas A&M standout is due.

Cleveland is currently at the bottom of the AFC North with a 7-8 record and has lost two straight. Their Wild Card hopes are drifting away, but a victory over a rival always feels nice. Myles Garrett will certainly play a part in keeping Roethlisberger at bay and hopefully, roughing him up in the process. He sure sounds motivated to do so.