Jarvis Landry could be Baker Mayfield's backup if the Browns were in a pinch. The Browns also swept the Bengals for the first time since 2002. Check out this epic staredown, while Jackson was on the sideline.
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Mayfield's stare comes just weeks after he expressed his frustrations with Jackson during the post game press conference after Cleveland's first match-up with Cincinnati in November.
Mayfield had previously called out Jackson for taking a job with a division rival after coaching the Browns earlier in the season.
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"People get maturity confused with me being 100 percent comfortable in my own skin", Mayfield told reporters. The Browns were the dictionary definition of "terrible" with him, but are one of the most exciting teams in the league to watch under Gregg Williams and offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens.
And, it's no secret that there has been tension between Mayfield and Jackson.
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Mayfield can play coy and plead ignorance all he wants, but it's screamingly obvious that he stared down his former coach as the clock ran out and the Browns sealed the win. We'll see if he decides to go into further detail about his relationship with Jackson then.