Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield completed 15-of-29 passes for 176 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in Cleveland’s 13-10 victory over the winless Detroit Lions.
During the game on Sunday afternoon, Mayfield heard boos from the home crowd, but the former Oklahoma Sooners star didn’t allow those select few fans to bother him.
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Mayfield said Monday that “Those are likely the same fans who won’t stop trying to play while we’re playing offense” “So don’t worry.”
After the game, Mayfield didn’t stay on the field to celebrate with his teammates. He instead went to the locker room, and skipped his post-game press conference.
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Mayfield said, “I was frustrated among other things.” “I have never dodged questions, or hidden from them. It’s about the truth.
Mayfield also recognized that he wasn’t at his best on Sunday, even though the Browns managed to come away with a win. Cleveland was heavily dependent on Nick Chubb as their star running back, with 22 carries and 130 yards of ground.
Mayfield stated, “I would be the first one to say that I played like an s–t.” It’s not about accountability, and it doesn’t matter if I owe any of this to you guys. This is what I owe my teammates. They also talked to me about it.
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Mayfield sustained a number of injuries over the course of 2021….