Baker Mayfield got off to a rough start on Sunday for the Cleveland Browns, but he quickly found a groove against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Following a touchdown by Joe Burrow, Mayfield answered him with his fourth touchdown pass of the game in a back-and-forth affair:

Without Odell Beckham Jr. in the offense, the Browns are limited in who they can get the ball to. However, Mayfield found Kareem Hunt out of the backfield for an eight-yard score to give Cleveland a late lead over Cincinnati.

To begin the game, Mayfield completed zero of his first five attempts and had an interception. Ever since that thrown the interception, though, Mayfield has been literally perfect, completing all 18 of his passes for 222 yards and four touchdowns

It has been a shootout between two No. 1 overall picks in Mayfield and Burrow on Sunday. In the event that the Browns win the game, Mayfield’s efforts after his early-game interception will be the difference.

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