The last time Baker Mayfield faced a talented, quarterback-seeking defensive line anchored by the No. 2 overall draft pick, things didn't go well. The San Francisco 49ers menaced and mauled Mayfield last season. “Game wreckers,” Mayfield said while describing a unit led by rookie Chase Young that leads the NFL with 11 sacks after two weeks.
Like a mother lion with her hungry cubs, Baker Mayfield has many mouths to feed. When Mayfield looks around Cleveland's offensive huddle, the Browns quarterback is surrounded by almost an embarrassment of offensive riches. There's star wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, perhaps the NFL's best running back tandem, and don't forget tight end Austin Hooper, a Pro Bowler last season with Atlanta.
This is not expected language from a player pegged with the diva wide receiver tag.