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NFL ICYMI: Baker’s got no love for Hue; Browns matter now

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It looks like Drew Brees may be right about Baker Mayfield

"Left Cleveland and goes down to Cincinnati".

Bengals-Browns is a usual meeting, but Bengals-Browns featuring former Cleveland head coach Hue Jackson now serving on the Cincinnati staff is rare.

Mayfield was upset with comments made about him by ESPN's Damien Woody, who said the QB was acting childish and hypocritical for saying Jackson should not have joined the Bengals' staff after he was sacked last month in Cleveland. Former NFL player Damien Woody criticized Mayfield on ESPN's First Take, saying the rookie needed to "grow up".

The usual National Football League doormat franchise has quickly become one of the more exciting storylines of the 2018 season, thanks in large part to the impressive play of rookie quarterback and number one overall pick Baker Mayfield.

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"Not even comparable... I didn't lose 30+ games be fake and then do that..."

Randall backed up his own talk on Friday about beating the Bengals' ass with receiver A.J. Green on the sideline by intercepting Andy Dalton in the second quarter and promptly handing the ball to Jackson, who was right in front of him after he got to the sideline. Mayfield carved up the Cincinnati Bengals defense, throwing for 258 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-20 win.

Chubb capped the opening drive of the game with his one-yard TD run and made the catch of the day when he caught Mayfield's pass behind the head of Bengals safety Brandon Wilson, for a 14-yard touchdown and a 28-0 lead. The Browns improved to 4-6-1 on the season and are three games back of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC North.

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