CLEVELAND — Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry might be able to scare defenders with his ability to catch nearly anything, but he wasn’t able to scare his son on Halloween despite his best attempts.
Landry posted a video on Instagram of him celebrating the spooky season by attempting to scare his young son.
"It's Halloween, I just got home. I'm about to scare the kids," Landry said.
Landry then walked into his house wearing a “Friday the 13th” Jason Voorhees mask and walked up to his son, who was watching television.
Rather than jump at the sight of Landry in the horror movie mask, Landry’s son remained unbothered—not so much as flinching when Landry walked up to him.
It even appeared that his son rolled his eyes at his dad’s failed attempt at a Halloween fright.
"Did you just roll your eyes at me? You're not scared of me?" Landry asked. "That's crazy."
Sometimes you have it, sometimes you don't. Sorry, Jarvis.