Earlier today, Garrett’s incredible Halloween lawn decorations went viral. The dominant pass rusher has set up a “quarterback graveyard” in front of his house, featuring tombstones for Joe Burrow, Lamar Jackson, Mac Jones and others.
However, social media observers noticed one glaring omission to the mock cemetery: Mason Rudolph. Steelers starter Ben Roethlisberger is there, but his backup Rudolph, who Garrett had an infamous on-field run-in with two years ago, is not.
There were plenty of people wondering where Rudolph’s headstone is, with some joking that he has his own private plot somewhere.
I assume Mason Rudolph has a private plot in the backyard? https://t.co/OpguKIo7jx
— Dylan Webster (@Da_Chef_Dylan) October 14, 2021
😳 wonder if he’s got one of Mason Rudolph in the backyard https://t.co/hFKutsw5Yi
— Justine ♥️👸🏼 (@Tweeeety86) October 14, 2021
Was Mason Rudolph cremated? https://t.co/lYjrMUVnOi
— 🐐 (@DailyPayoutBook) October 14, 2021
Missed the opportunity to put a Mason Rudolph gravestone https://t.co/cQGXAwOmHR
— Mo (@MainManMoo) October 14, 2021
this is why mason rudolph is trending 🤣🤣 he really should’ve been there https://t.co/RQlKLIwTzO
— himmothy. (@uknowbigshawn) October 14, 2021
I was wondering why Mason Rudolph was trending https://t.co/zriRSSf3xW
— Mike Nicastro (@MikedUpSports1) October 14, 2021
Thus far this season, Garrett has “buried” quarterbacks seven times, including 4.5 sacks against Bears rookie Justin Fields in Week 3. For his career, Garrett has 49.5 sacks in only 56 career games.
He’ll try to add to that total when the Browns host the undefeated Arizona Cardinals this Sunday.
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