Colin Cowherd: Baker Mayfield is More Frat Boy, than Franchise Quarterback

 
Colin Cowherd: “Being a franchise quarterback is more than just are you big and tall and can you throw, it’s are you a leader of men and can you be the emotional grown-up in the room when things are in chaos… Baker just got in a fight with the only people in America who are SUPPORTING him, the Cleveland media. Was that a quarterback or was it a frat boy? You want me to build my franchise around that?? Baker needs to grow up. He has no emotional discipline at all. I won this thing, I was right about Baker.” (Full Video Above)

Listen to Colin Cowherd discuss Baker Mayfield’s latest stint in the headlines as the struggling Cleveland Browns quarterback got into an uncomfortable exchange with a reporter, before storming out of the press conference.

The frustrations are beginning to mount in Cleveland as the once popular Super Bowl pick is now one of the biggest jokes in the league, having dropped all the way to 2-5, with Mayfield leading the league in interceptions.

Colin says Baker was not wired to make the right decisions and compared him to Johnny Manziel and Jameis Winston, as two guys who never grew out of the poor judgment they displayed in college, whether it was getting into trouble off the field or throwing the ball to the other team.

Check out the video above as Colin details why Baker is more frat boy than franchise quarterback.

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