Baker Mayfield can’t afford to lose the trust of another top receiver.
After Odell Beckham Jr. demanded to be traded from the team, Jarvis Landry also voiced his concerns with his role in the offense.
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After Jarvis Landry’s comments, Baker Mayfield was adamant that he would find a way to get the veteran receiver more involved in the coming weeks.
“When you play a team like the Patriots, they take your strength away, so things like that and the running game, they’re going to try and do just that,” Baker Mayfield said, via Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal. “We’ll find ways to get Jarvis involved back in the game plan. There’s no doubt about that. He’s a tempo-setter for us. He’s an extremely good leader and locker room guy for us. Everybody knows that.”
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While Jarvis Landry most definitely needs to get going for Baker mayfield and the Cleveland offense to be successful, the QB acknowledged that there’s much more the team needs to get right.
“We don’t need to reinvent the wheel,” Mayfield said. “Yeah, changes need to be made, but … there’s plays to be made that we haven’t [made]. That’s where we’re at right now. It’s not where we have to sit down and do everything completely different. We need to be able to execute and put the ball in our playmakers’ hands and let them go to work.”
The Browns currently sit at a disappointing 5-5 on the season. But perhaps a date with the winless Lions on Sunday will be just what the doctor ordered for Baker Mayfield, Jarvis Landry, and the rest of the Browns offense.