With Cleveland sitting at just 3-6, Baker Mayfield has had Browns fans in his ear all season, and that includes on the field.
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Tuesday that the Browns quarterback would he’d prefer if the Cleveland faithful didn’t make noise when he and the offense are on the field, saying crowd noise was a factor during last week’s final drive of the first half against the Bills, when a false start forced them to settle for a field goal.
“When we’re on offense, we need it to be quiet. It might’ve ruffled some feathers, once again that’s okay, but when we’re on offense on a critical down, we need to be able to have silence in our home stadium.”
“It’s got to be an advantage for us, and then when they get the ball, it’s got to be really loud. It’s just basic football.’’