Baker Mayfield: We Have People We Believe in Calling The Plays Now

Cleveland Browns Quarterback, Baker Mayfield addressed the media after taking it to the Cincinnati Bengals and shared his feelings on a familiar face in the Bengals lineup. Hue Jackson and Todd Haley were fired in October in hopes to improve the Cleveland Browns who were' facing a slump around that time. Jackson has now taken up the position as special assistant to the coach of the Bengals which is a move that looks like you've decided to move into the house adjacent to your ex-lover. 

Mayfield said the following regarding his brief handshake with Jackson after the game:

Mayfield: Didn't feel like talking...

Press: You or him?

Mayfield: Me.

Press: (Why?)

Mayfield: I don't know...he left Cleveland and goes down to Cincinnati...It's just somebody that was in our locker room asking for us to play for him and then goes to a different team we play twice a year.

Mayfield goes on to explain that this is like any rivalry game and he and his teammates should treat it as such. 

You can watch what's being called the "We're-just-friends handshake," below.

 

Mayfield was then asked:

Press: Is there any feeling in your mind that Hue was the reason this team wasn't winning?

Mayfield: No. What it comes down to is, we still have the same players. That's what I said when everything was happening. We just have to play better. You can put your own spin on it but we have people we believe in calling the plays now.

Watch highlights of the presser below.

 

Watch the full post-game presser below.

 

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