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As experienced as he is Verfasst am: Beitrag 08:06 Mi - Dez 05, 2018

Youth Duke Johnson Jr Jersey , Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield isn’t resting on his laurels after his NFL debut.Mayfield, 23, has all the confidence in the world after lighting up the college football landscape for four years while earning every accolade possible. He has this self-confident charisma that’s infectious—contagious, some say.But after his first start ended in a disappointing loss, No. 6 isn’t resting on those past accomplishments and glossing over the lessons learned effort of this process. And it is a process, there are no shortcuts to climbing to the heights he believes he can take the Browns. “Yeah, fortunately, I had a lot of experience in college. Now, it is just about translating my experience – things that I have seen and different keys that I have used – but also then learning and growing from that,” Mayfield said during Wednesday’s player media availability. “Having an open mind about it. Not saying, ‘I have played a lot of ball. I have it all figured out,’ but having an open mind and realizing that I have a lot of room to grow.”That’s some pretty solid reflection by the rookie. As good as he has been and thinks he is, and masses of Browns fans hope he can be, no measure of success will come without challenging himself. That means not only strengthening his weaknesses but having the courage and awareness to identify and confront them.“There are definitely things that I could have seen better. There is always going to be give and take http://www.thebrownsfootballauthentic.com/derrick-kindred-jersey-authentic ,” Mayfield added. “Whether you win or lose, there are going to be plays that I would like to have back or do differently. It is what it is. Just have to learn from it.”What, specifically, can Mayfield identify as one of those key lessons he learned in his team’s Week 4 loss in Oakland?“Making sure that we are all on the same page,” Mayfield said. “I think that communication is very important with that and just the little details. I keep harping on that, but that is the most important thing. “We have to be fundamentally sound because we have all of the talent. We just have to do our job.”Mayfield also addressed his interception near the end of regulation as a key learning point. The Browns were driving at the Raiders’ 49-yard line and were approaching field-goal range for a game-winning try before his deep shot to Antonio Callaway was plucked away by veteran Reggie McKenzie.“To go through it, like the interception at the end of regulation, just go through my read, even though we had a double move just to put us in a good opportunity to win,” said Mayfield. “Do not push too much. Do not try to do too much.”Mayfield’s worst decision of the game cost his team a chance to win in regulation. He said in hindsight he realizes he shouldn’t have thrown it, and he implied he was locked onto Callaway as his primary target on the play.“Yeah, even though we tag a deep route on it and we are trying to take a shot – we had been hitting some of those plays underneath – you have to go through your reads no matter what the play call is,” Mayfield admitted. “No matter if you want to take a shot, you have to go through your reads no matter what it is. You can never let the game and your emotions get the best of you. You just have to do the fundamentals.”Mayfield’s going to make better decisions in those moments Womens Jarvis Landry Jersey , but the only way to learn those lessons is by playing and making those mistakes. From a talent perspective, he showed all the positive traits we saw from him in college and throughout preseason.His pocket presence and ability to make those important secondary reads were both on display for much of the game. And his arm again looked every bit as advertised, more than live enough to make all the big league throws.With a healthy dose of humility, and a continued zealous approach to perfection, it’s going to be a fun ride watching Mayfield make these improvements and become the player many think he’s capable of becoming. Well, the Cleveland Browns didn’t play in another overtime thriller in Week 6. Instead, they got thoroughly man-handled on their home field by the Los Angeles Chargers, falling 38-14.Things started out rough, although the Browns kept pinning the Chargers inside their own 10-yard line. But they were unable to take advantage of positive field position after getting a couple stops. Eventually, Melvin Gordon and the Chargers’ run game blew through the Browns defense, finishing with 246 yards and 6.8 yards per carry—however, that number was higher before the Chargers went into conservative clock-killing mode.Things got off to a rough start for Cleveland, as the Chargers marched down the field easily on their first possession. After a big punt return to their own 43-yard line, Gordon almost single-handedly moved his team down the field before plowing through Denzel Ward for the game’s first points.The Browns started three consecutive drives with good field position Youth Denzel Ward Jersey , from their own 46, and the Chargers’ 39- and 33- yard lines. However sacks, penalties, and missed opportunities limited them to just three points. Antonio Callaway had a would-be touchdown fall through his arms. It looked like he gave up on the route or hesitated for a second and wasn’t able to reel it in. The Browns punted.After forcing a punt, Cleveland started at the Chargers’ 33, then dialed up a flea flicker that should have ended in a touchdown. Damion Ratley got loose and was slow to attempt the catch in the end zone. The ball sailed past his outstretched arms and fell incomplete. Greg Joseph knocked in a 33-yarder a few plays later to cut the Chargers’ lead to 7-3.Rivers did some Rivers things on ensuing back-to-back possessions, finding Tyrell Williams for three big plays, including two touchdowns.The Browns started with just 45 seconds to play in the half, but they drove to the Chargers’ 10-yard line. After two incompletions into the end zone, they had to settle for another Greg Joseph field goal.Despite dominating the time of possession battle with over 20 minutes of ball control, the Browns limped into the half trailing 21-6.The Chargers’ first drive of the second half opened with big runs by Keenan Allen and Melvin Gordon before penalties put them in a 3rd-and-long. Joe Schobert recorded the Browns’ first sack of the game to force a Chargers punt.Peppers fumbled the ensuing punt badly—it actually bounced off his chest and went five yards forward—but he desperately dove onto it before the Chargers’ coverage team was able to recover.But on the Browns’ first play, Desmond King undercut Jarvis Landry, resulting in an interception that was returned to the Browns’ 10-yard line.Gordon didn’t waste any time, taking a pitch to the house to put the Chargers ahead 28-6.The Browns went three-and-out on their next possession Youth Jabrill Peppers Jersey , followed by a gut-wrenching 11-play, 81-yard Chargers touchdown drive that put them ahead 35-6 and quashed any hopes of a Browns comeback.Gordon’s touchdown run with 3:12 to play in the third quarter was his third of the game, the most in one week for his career.After exchanging punts, the Browns took over at the Chargers’ 42-yard line. Mayfield found Ratley at the 1-yard line before connecting with tight end David Njoku three players later for a touchdown. Callaway caught a two-point conversion in the back of the end zone to stop the bleeding, bringing the Browns within 21 points.The Chargers answered with a clock-chewing drive, moving the ball 64 yards without a throwing a pass. But on 3rd-and-goal, Rivers targeted Gordon on a slant that popped up in the air and was intercepted by Christian Kirksey. An unsportsmanlike penalty on Trevon Coley moved the Browns back to the 4-yard line.Duke Johnson’s hard run got the Browns out of their goal-line’s shadow, but Mayfield was intercepted for the second time on the next play.After running some clock, the Chargers added another field goal to take a 38-14 lead with 4:15 to play.The Browns drove but were unable to convert on a fourth down, and then the Chargers ran the clock out.Cleveland travels to Tampa Bay to take on the struggling Buccaneers in Week 7. 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