CLEVELAND, Ohio — Baker Mayfield went off in the first half against the Tennessee Titans (8-4), throwing for almost 300 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions in the biggest win so far this season for the Cleveland Browns (9-3).
Mayfield continued his streak of not throwing an interception in over 150 passes. During that span of no interceptions Mayfield threw 11 TDs, despite having three games where the weather was so atrocious he did not pass for a TD.
Steadily, Mayfield is becoming a quarterback the Browns can rely on to not make mistakes and to throw for TDs when the opponent manages to slow Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt and the ground game.
Next up for the Browns is the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football. Mayfield and the Browns will be aiming at their fifth win in a row and some payback for the 38-6 drubbing Baltimore gave them in Week 1.
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