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Myles Garrett's first sack would be like a 'fat guy touchdown'

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Browns VP remains confident in plan despite losses piling

Williams noted that "Myles wants to produce and perform way more than I want him to".

The New York Jets faced the fourth overall pick in the 2017 draft last week in Leonard Fournette.

"He has been outstanding in the game film we have looked at", Wilson said.

"Don't make the moment bigger than it is", he said Friday.

"It is exciting. I am ready to play, ready to show what I can do".

Garrett missed the first four games of the season with the right high-ankle sprain he suffered during practice September 6 when a teammate inadvertently fell into his leg.

"Where he came from, the system and some of the verbiage is similar", Jackson said of Philadelphia's offense.

"Being able to have them say that we're going to put you out there on third down and we want you to flush the quarterback to one of your other guys or take him down yourself, that just means they have confidence in me and what I can do, " he said. Personally, I told him to just go out there and have fun.

"He is not going out there thinking that I am going to go halfway", Williams said. But Peppers always has the ability to alter the complexion of a game - regardless of how much attention you give him.

Although the cold Garrett had last week has cleared up, he admitted his ankle still isn't 100 percent healthy. "There has been a really good look in his eye". "I just go about what I'm coached throughout the week and try to learn the game plan and learn my opponent and try to execute on Sundays".

"Am I peak? No, but it's good enough for me", he said. It doesn't bode well to make his case to be kept for the long-term if he ends up being too injury-prone and doesn't make a difference when he's on the gridiron. And like a lot of rookie defenders who have dreamed of playing in the National Football League for decades, he knows exactly how he wants to commemorate his first game: with a sack. McCown has sacked 12 times this season, tied for sixth-most in the NFL.

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