Mayfield slams former coach Jackson after Browns beat Bengals

by Leon Thompson November 28, 2018, 1:04
Mayfield slams former coach Jackson after Browns beat Bengals

Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield also caused some controversy after the game when he refused to embrace Jackson when they met on the field.

Browns defensive back Damarious Randall was the first Cleveland player to jab Hue Jackson, who was sacked by the Browns earlier this season and now works as a consultant under Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis.

"He left Cleveland and goes down to Cincinnati?"

Still, the Browns - owners of just one victory over the previous two entire seasons combined - are a club that now matters, not just because they're capable of winning, as they did 35-20 against the falling-apart Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, but also because they have some real characters. He was hired earlier this month as an assistant by Cincinnati. Things happen in pro football.

"Baker Mayfield needs to grow up", Woody said.

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He shot back at Woody with an Instagram comment, saying the announcer's take was "not even comparable" and then took another crack at Jackson.

Following his pick, Randall found Jackson on the sidelines and mocked his former coach by handing him the intercepted ball.

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.

With the win, the Browns earned their second straight with interim coach Gregg Williams to improve to 4-6-1.

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