The Cleveland Browns were thoroughly dominated by the Pittsburgh Steelers 38-7 on Sunday, and Baker Mayfield is receiving the bulk of the blame. Mayfield left the game early, but not before throwing two interceptions and only hitting on 10 of his 18 pass attempts.

On the daily Locked On Browns Podcast, hosts Jeff Lloyd and Pete Smith discussed Baker Mayfield’s terrible performance against the Steelers and how the Browns can’t move on from him just yet:

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Pete Smith: We wanted to see Baker Mayfield come into this game and ace the test. He’d been passing so far, but he failed in this one … I think what makes Baker Mayfield really frustrating is that he knows better and makes these mistakes. Over the course of the season, you start looking at this wondering is he going to stop making the mistakes he knows he can’t make. Even if he doesn’t play like a superstar quarterback, can he at least get into that do no harm mentality? If he can do that and get better, then the Browns’ offense will just continue to improve against whoever they play. If he doesn’t, and they don’t, then they’re going to have some questions at the end of the year. I don’t know how many real options they have, and Kevin Stefanski has already come down and shut down the talk of it not being Mayfield.

By the way, Case Keenum looked no better. I think he looked worse, honestly.

I think that the criticism of Baker Mayfield is very legitimate and at the same time somewhat overdone. I think there are real questions with him coming out of this game. I think there are real concerns coming out of games like this because neither of the interceptions he threw were a result of him not being used to this offense. Something is different here. Those were bad football plays, period. That’s just bad football and that that can’t happen. That’s where we’re left on this and Baker Mayfield is going to get too much blame just as he often gets too much credit.