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Baker Mayfield’s admission on playing with shoulder injury after loss to Steelers

Browns, Baker Mayfield

Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield returned to action against the Pittsburgh Steelers in week eight after he missed week sevens game due to his shoulder injury.

Baker threw for 225 yards on 20-31 completions. He didn’t throw a touchdown or an interception.

The Browns suffered a bad loss to the Steelers 15-10. Baker says the team’s play wasn’t because of his shoulder injury.

“I felt pretty comfortable from the beginning. No setbacks, so that was one positive,” Mayfield said, via 92.3 The Fan.

That is a positive for Brown fans. Although they lost, Baker attributed the loss to the Browns not making the plays they needed to. His health is the biggest concern to the Browns and even with a loss, it’s still a good thing that their franchise quarterback is feeling better.

The 4-4 Browns are going to look to bounce back next week when they take on the 5-3 Cincinnati Bengals. Both teams are coming off disappointing losses. They will both look to come out and regroup and walk away with a win. It has the makings to be one of the best games next weekend. The Browns are going to have to start winning and taking a game from the Bengals would be a great start in their pursuit for a playoff spot.