Saying that Baker Mayfield is disappointed with the Cleveland Browns’ loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 5 would be an understatement. The star QB is utterly frustrated after they fell short in the high-scoring game.

The Chargers edged the Browns 47-42, with Justin Herbert putting up a phenomenal display with four touchdowns on 26-of-43 pass completion for 398 yards. Mayfield was not bad himself with 305 yards and two touchdowns, but obviously, his efforts were not enough.

In his postgame presser, Mayfield’s face was full of regret. He didn’t hold back in his assessment of their performance in their failure to get the W that would have propelled them atop the AFC North. Instead, they found themselves behind the Cincinnati Bengals at 3-2.

“We didn’t make enough plays to win the game …  We left too many points off the board,” Mayfield said, per Jake Trotter of ESPN.

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Indeed, the Browns have no one to blame but themselves. Baker Mayfield and Co. had plenty of chances to pull away for good, leading 20-13 at halftime and 27-21 at the end of the third period. However, they seemed to be complacent after getting the lead only to collapse in the final frame, allowing the Chargers to stage a comeback with a 26-15 fourth-quarter finish.

Things will get more difficult for the Browns in Week 6 as they face the still undefeated Arizona Cardinals. Hopefully, though, they learned something from their frustrating defeat on the road.