Just last week, both Cleveland Browns Offensive Coordinator Alex Van Pelt and Backup Quadback Case Keenum hinted, without directly saying that the Browns were wrong to repeatedly play start signal caller Baker Mayfield as Mayfield dealt with tear and fracture injuries to the top of the femur, and several lower back injuries. body.
The numbers show that a hurt Mayfield clearly stopped Cleveland’s offense. Each ESPN Statistically, the 2018 NFL Draft’s No. 1 pick will the end of his season 27th of the qualifying quarterbacks with 83.1 passes, 26th with 35.3 QBR totals, 22nd with 3,010 passing yards and 20th with 17 touchdown passes.
A divorce may be imminent, but it’s unclear who will officially request the split this season.
Based on Mike Florio by Pro Football Talk, Mary Kay Cabot Cleveland Plain Dealer’s report Mayfield could require a trade if he is “not guaranteed that things will change next season,” particularly in regards to the attacking scheme adopted by the head coach. and current caller Kevin Stefanski.
Mayfield took to Twitter on Thursday afternoon to deny the story: