Browns QB Baker Mayfield on officiating: ‘It was pretty bad today’

CLEVELAND – Baker Mayfield is prepared to put their money exactly where his mouth area is along with regards in order to his discomfort with the particular officiating throughout a penalty-marred loss that will left the particular Browns stuttering.

“I’ll most likely get fined for this particular, however this was fairly bad nowadays, ” the particular Cleveland quarterback said subsequent the 32-28 setback towards the Seahawks.

Mayfield – who seem to committed 4 turnovers – was especially miffed that will Jarvis Landry was flagged for any drive-killing illegal blindside block within the 3rd quarter that will wiped out there an obvious first lower catch-and-run simply by Nick Chubb.

“The man is squared plan your pet, running on him plus he can be lowering their head in to Jarvis. Exactly what is this individual supposed in order to do? Prevent him? This particular is merely not half truths fighting. This ticks myself off. ”

The team headed simply by referee Adrian Hill flagged the groups a mixed 19 situations for 148 yards. Plus controversial fees and penalties marked just portion of the aggravation.


Browns trainer Freddie Kitchen areas lost the replay problem of the particular goal-line fumble by Landry, contending how the football entered the aircraft from the particular end area. The judgment on the particular field had been not overturned.

Apparently, NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE officiating movie director Al Riveron didn’t watch the position from the particular play that will Kitchens noticed in the particular stadium, which usually showed Landry seemingly splitting the airplane. Riveron’s sights at the particular NFL’s replay command middle in Brand new York, that will the choices are dominated, are used only through the television system video.

“Did you find the greatest screen? ” Kitchens stated. “I’m by no means going in order to comment upon officiating. ”

Unlike their quarterback, Kitchen areas opted not really to attract another misdemeanor that might cost your pet money.

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