Browns coach Hue Jackson has called on his No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett to step up his game, especially now that bookend Emmanuel Ogbah is out for the season with a broken foot.

"Go dominate the game,'' Jackson said Friday. "That's what he's here for. Losing Emmanuel is a tough blow. At the same time, Myles is talented enough to go do what he needs to do. Everybody knows that, so everybody's going to be shooting to make sure he does not. His charge has to be you have to go find a way.''

That's not to say that Garrett isn't playing with a high motor.

"The guy is playing extremely hard,'' said Jackson. "He's played well. Obviously, we want more sacks. He wants more sacks, but he needs to go make more splash plays, and I think he will."

Garrett, who's tied for the team with four sacks in five games, couldn't agree more.

"He's right,'' said Garrett. "I need to make my presence known. I need to have a play or a couple of plays each game where I change the course of the game."

Garrett burst into the NFL with a sack on his first play after missing the first four games with a high ankle sprain, and recorded two for a promising debut. He notched one in each of his next two games, but hasn't made it home in his last two games.