Dough puncher Mayfield had a mind boggling debut with the Rams on Thursday night, driving a game-dominating drive in the last two minutes. The previous No. 1 pick had only 48 hours to become familiar with his new group’s playbook.
Addressing the media this week, Browns cautious end Myles Garrett shared his contemplations on his previous partner’s exhibitions.
Garrett didn’t keep awake to watch the finish of the Bandits Rams game. Regardless, he wasn’t stunned by the result.
“I’m not going to mislead anybody, I didn’t see half of it,” Garrett said, through the Akron Signal Diary. “I nodded off toward the finish of the third. I was like, [16-3], new group, perhaps he’ll get them one week from now. I fell asleep, I awakened. Just before I fell asleep, I was with my [physical therapist] John, I said, ‘Perhaps you ought to keep awake. There is plausible he could bring them back. You let me in on toward the beginning of the day.’ So I awaken and there’s a text looking out for me like, ‘You will have a hard time believing it.’ I said, no doubt I will.”
Garrett has forever been strong of Mayfield, in any event, when things got unpleasant in Cleveland.
The previous year hasn’t been benevolent to Mayfield, depend on it. Notwithstanding, his introduction with the Rams was noteworthy to such an extent that he might have acquired himself another beginning position.
Mayfield will misunderstand the opportunity to demonstrate his skeptics over the course of the following month.