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Baker Mayfield has resurrected Cleveland Browns football. The first-overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, Mayfield has carried the former basement-dwelling Browns to the brink of their first playoff appearance since 2002.
While the chances of the currently projected 10th seeded Browns jumping teams and playing in the postseason are slim, the play of Mayfield and the Browns have revitalized the city.
With 3,065 yards this season he is just the second Browns rookie to pass for 3,000+ yards in a single year. He needs 321 yards in the final two games to pass Brandon Weeden for the most in franchise history. In Week 15, Mayfield threw 18-for-31 with 188 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Cleveland’s 17-16 win over the Broncos. It was the first time the Browns had beaten Denver since 2009.
During the first eight weeks of the season, the Browns were averaging just 4.9 yards per play, the fourth worst in the NFL. Since Week 9, they are now second (6.6).
Leading the charge with Mayfield is running back Nick Chubb who is averaging 5.03 yards-per-attempt in his last three games. The rookie has 860 yards and eight touchdowns this season and since Week 7 has 687 yards (third in the NFL).
With a win on Sunday, it would be Cleveland’s fifth home win of the season and would mark the first time they’ve reached that number since 2007. There’s a solid chance they can come away with a win as the Bengals have lost three straight road games while failing to gain 300+ yards.
Speaking of the Bengals, they are officially out of the playoff picture with a 6-8 record. It’ll be the third straight year Cincinnati has not advanced to the postseason after five consecutive appearances and six in seven years.
The Bengals are coming off a home win against the Raiders (30-15) that ended a five-game losing streak. Jeff Driskel, who has taken over the QB role after Andy Dalton went on the IR with a thumb injury that occurred in Week 12 against the Browns, went 14-for-33 with 130 yards, a touchdown and an interception.
His main targets in the Bengals final home game of 2018, were running back Joe Mixon who had 27 carries for 129 yards and two touchdowns and wide receiver Tyler Boyd with a touchdown on four receptions. Mixon needs five yards and two rushing touchdowns to become the fifth player in Bengals history, and first since 2006, with 1,000 rush yards and 10 rush TDs in a season. Boyd also has 1000 yards, albeit receiving yards, this season. He’s the first wide receiver not named A.J. Green to hit that mark since Chad Johnson in 2009.
On the defensive side of the ball, the Bengals held the Raiders to 297 yards (68 rush) and just three third-down conversions. They also recovered two fumbles and Geno Atkins and Sam Hubbard had a combined five sacks.