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Browns’ Baker Mayfield channels Lil Wayne with Myles Garrett compliment

Baker Mayfield, Myles Garrett, Lil Wayne, Browns

Baker Mayfield, Myles Garrett, and even Lil Wayne all know that the Cleveland Browns improved to 6-3 after a hard-fought win against the Houston Texans. The week 10 win was largely in part to the Browns’ incredible defensive effort.

The Browns defense held the Texans to 243 total yards, 125 yards less than their average yardage per game. They put constant pressure on Watson and were quick to swarm the ball, allowing very little run after catch.

Baker Mayfield, Browns starting quarterback, made sure that he expressed his gratitude to his defense in a post game press conference. He does it by referencing a lyric from iconic rapper, Lil Wayne.

Baker says that “Real G’s move in silence like lasagna’ when asked about Garrett’s quiet demeanour. Garrett has been one of the leagues best pass rushers this season. Pro Football Focus ranks him as the fifth best pass rusher in the NFL this season.

Regardless of the success on the field, Garrett does not speak up. He lets his game do the talking, and that’s really been working for the Browns so far this season.

The Browns defense so far this season is only ranked 20th in the NFL when it comes to yards allowed per game, but they made sure that they came to play on Sunday.

Baker Mayfield and the offense will have to pick up their play if they want to make the playoffs. Ten points scored against the teams 30th ranked defense is not something to be happy about. I know they got the win, but they need to be better.

Maybe Baker should be focusing more on football and less on commercials.

A wise man once said “Real G’s move in silence like lasagna.”

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