Baker Mayfield Blasts Hue Jackson for Jumping to Cincinnati in Postgame Interview

Baker Mayfield Blasts Hue Jackson for Jumping to Cincinnati in Postgame Interview

Baker Mayfield Blasts Hue Jackson for Jumping to Cincinnati in Postgame Interview

It came courtesy of Browns safety Damarious Randall, who gets the first game ball from us following the 35-20 victory at Paul Brown Stadium. Randall presented the ball he had just intercepted to Jackson, now a special assistant to Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, on the Cincinnati sideline. Following the troll job, Jackson accepted the football and patted Randall on the head as if he was still his player.

The former Heisman victor has got the city of Cleveland buzzing, and entering Sunday's game in Cincinnati, the Browns boasted a 3-6-1 record, which might be not be ideal for most franchises, but given that the Browns had gone 1-31 over the course of two seasons, it's definitely a sign of progress.

Hue Jackson, against all odds, began working for a new team right after being let go by the Cleveland Browns, and the immediacy of the role change for Jackson has rubbed some members of the Browns the wrong way.

Mayfield threw four touchdown passes in the win.

David Njoku - The second-year tight end caught all five of his targets for 63 yards, including a six-yard touchdown thanks to some assistance from the offensive line. Former NFL player Damien Woody criticized Mayfield on ESPN's First Take, saying the rookie needed to "grow up".

The win over the Bengals officially gave Cleveland its first four-win season since 2013.

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