Baker Mayfield sends message to Browns’ critics after big win vs. Ravens

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NFL.com's Adam Schein ranked the Ravens as the fifth-most promising of all the 2-2 teams (he had the Browns at No. 2, behind the Philadelphia Eagles).

After Mayfield roasted Ryan for not now coaching, saying he "isn't wearing any colors for a reason", earlier this week, the coach pulled up to the ESPN NFL Countdown studios wearing the only colors Mayfield said mattered. Running back Nick Chubb (165 rushing yards), wide receiver Jarvis Landry (167 receiving yards) and tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (82 receiving yards) enjoyed standout performance in a resounding win over Baltimore.

Without hesitation, Mayfield said, "Absolutely not".

The Cleveland Browns quarterback responded a few days later with a flawless zinger.

None of that mattered after the Browns breezed past the Ravens.

We guess time only will tell how Ryan decides to respond, if he does at all.

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"You keep your head down and keep working, usually good things happen", he said.

Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens said he believes Humphrey should be disciplined for the act and that he planned to speak with the National Football League about it. "So guys kind of got exhausted about it".

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"Marlon played a really good game on him; Beckham played a really good game, and it was a great battle between those two guys".

Both players were assessed personal fouls, but neither was ejected. "But I can promise you this: Hopefully I'll have a better understanding of what we want it to look like on game day". The whistle blows, and it's got to be over with.

Ravens: In the second of three successive AFC North games, Baltimore travels to Pittsburgh to face the rival Steelers (0-3 entering Monday night game vs. Cincinnati).

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