If Thursday’s game against the New York Giants is any indication of what is to come from Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns fans should be over the moon.
After completing his first NFL touchdown pass and throwing a strike on the run, Mayfield came up big once again. On a critical third down in the fourth quarter, Mayfield hooked up with wide receiver Antonio Callaway for the touchdown strike.
It marked the second touchdown of the game for Mayfield and pushed his line up to 212 passing yards and two passing touchdowns on 20 attempts.
Simply put, the No. 1 overall pick is putting on an incredible display. While Tyrod Taylor holds the edge to start right now, Mayfield is making an excellent case to be Cleveland’s starting quarterback when the regular season begins.