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Myles Garrett: We’d love to keep Steelers out of the playoffs

Mike Florio and Myles Simmons discuss the ways in which the Mike Tomlin-led Pittsburgh Steelers "never bottom out," as their playoff hopes are still alive entering Week 18.

The Browns’ win over the Commanders on Sunday contributed to the Commanders being eliminated from playoff contention and Browns defensive end Myles Garrett wouldn’t mind playing spoiler again next Sunday.

Garrett and the Browns will be in Pittsburgh and the Steelers head into the final weekend of play with a chance to make it to the postseason. They need to beat the Browns and get help in other games, but Garrett said that the Browns are looking forward to doing what they can to make sure there’s no happy ending to Pittsburgh’s season.

“We’d love to do that,” Garrett said, via WKYC. “We consider them our rivals. Divisionally, if we can’t make it, we’re definitely going to make sure those guys can’t. We’re going to do everything in our power. “Much respect to them for being in that position, but we live for times like this.”

The Browns beat the Steelers in Week Three and a win in Week 18 would be their first season sweep of their divisional rivals since the 1988 season. That wouldn’t make up for a disappointing overall season in Cleveland, but it wouldn’t hurt to put that streak to rest.