Baker Mayfield takes a dig to cheer up Browns fans


Baker helped Mayfield hold the Browns winless Lions on Sunday, but his game included a completion percentage that topped 50%, passing for only 176 yards, two interceptions and boos from Cleveland fans.

He did not speak to reporters after Sunday’s match, he said “Frustration, among other things.” And he thought it best to wait before talking to the media. When they did Monday, they took a jab at that booze.

“They’re probably the same fans. When we’re on the offense and trying to act, it’s not quiet,” Mayfield told reporters. “So don’t really care.”

His performance against Detroit was a little better than the previous week, when the New England Blasts outclassed the Browns 45-7 and managed just 11 completions and 73 yards before Mayfield left in the third quarter. Right knee contraction. But it extended a year to Mayfield and the Browns, where they won three of their first four games, before taking just three of the seven.

Their scheduling is also not easy. They travel to Baltimore on Sunday before Bye Week and then host the Ravens on December 12th. Cleveland suffered its season-ending loss, did not score against the Lions in the second half, and needed nine. – Play the drive to wind out the final 2:29 against the last-place team in the league.

In his fourth season, Mayfield, 26, has completed 64 percent of his career-high 64 percent passes for 2,166 yards, 10 touchdowns and six interceptions, but he’s also dealt with a left-shoulder injury and ankle injury. His relationship with Odell Beckham Jr. was acquired by the Giants in 2019 to become the top receiver in Cleveland, then split and Beckham Jr. was released and signed with the Rams as a free agent.

Baker Mayfield (# 6) took a shot at Browns fans who cheered the team during their win over the Lions on November 21, 2021.
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The Browns won two of the three games from that moment on Beckham’s waiver on November 6 and then went undefeated.



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