Baker Mayfield 'still hungry,' has the Bucs on the edge of another playoff berth
America likes scruffy scoundrels. A wisecracking hotshot who seems unreliable but delivers when needed. Stay high on James Bonds. Every Sunday, we take Han Solo, Indiana Jones, and Star-Lord.
Baker Mayfield is virtually a “scoundrel” in the NFL. He's clever, unstable, gifted, and volatile. Within two years, he has played for four teams and achieved complete excellence this weekend.
Sun.'s must-win game saw the Buccaneers beat the Packers 34-20. Mayfield's 158.3 throwing rating included no interceptions, 381 yards, and multiple touchdowns.
After his Lambeau Field perfect game, Baker Mayfield is creating NFL intrigue. Former No. 1 pick-turned-vagabond Heisman Trophy winner is back in charge and could win a third straight division title against all odds.
“I’m having fun playing football,” Mayfield said Sunday after the Green Bay win. “I'm not happy. Football, playoffs, and hunger remain.
Mayfield looked NFL-bound. Mayfield's Browns stadium commercials were omnipresent and amusing with his amiable-doofus charm. Brady gave Mayfield rings, as the NFL 100 Super Bowl ad foretold.
Mayfield or Lamar Jackson were considered for contract extensions. The Browns traded for Deshaun Watson after Jackson won the bag over Mayfield.
He nudged the NFC from Carolina but failed. He led a last-minute, 98-yard Rams drive to upset the Raiders with two days to prepare in early December 2022.
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