On Sunday, after the upstart Browns captured their ninth win of the season, topping the Tennessee Titans, 41-35, in which Cleveland Brown’s Quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for 334 yards and four touchdowns in a rare turnover-free performance.
As the Dawg Pound celebrated on social media, Baker Mayfield’s wife, Emily, feeling a little full of herself re-tweeted a clip featuring Stephen A. Smith chastising the Browns’ third-year quarterback.
Hav’a Cookie & Stay Off Twitter
This aged well…. ?? https://t.co/LU1PQi7gFa
— Emily (Wilkinson) Mayfield (@emilywmayfield6) December 6, 2020
Know Your Role!
Yea, Emily Mayfield thought she was all that after posting her snickering emoji retweet, but of course, all she proved was how clueless, and classless she is.
The fact is entering the 2020 NFL season Baker Mayfield was on the verge of being Cleveland’s latest draft bust after he was chosen by the Browns with the first overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Despite, Emily Baker’s idiocy, so far this year Baker Mayfield has only proven he’s a capable field manager who, as Stephen A. Smith stated, ‘Won’t Blow The Game’ as he’s done so many times in the past.
Hysterically, Baker Mayfield’s bad timing must have rubbed off on his wife Emily.
Similar to one of her husband’s INT’s to snatch a loss from the jaws of victory, is the fact that hours before Emily threw shade Stephen A. Smith way, he gave Baker Mayfield props for playing the first 2 quarters like a competant quaterback.
ESPN’s loudmouth, oftentimes asinine, Stephen A. Smith tweeted:
“Okay y’all. @bakermayfield is balling right now. 3 TD’s and 186 yards passing and it’s still the first half. He’s doing it right now. Gotta give credit where it’s due,”
Okay y’all. @bakermayfield is balling right now. 3 TD’s and 186 yards passing and it’s still the first half. He’s doing it right now. Gotta give credit where it’s due
— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) December 6, 2020
Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield’s ‘Circle of Life’
Funny, Emily Mayfield Wasn’t Spewing S**T Weeks 1 to 12
Of course, she wasn’t because, minus facing the dreadful Cincinnati Bengals, until Baker Mayfield’s performance in Sunday’s win over the Titans.
The Cleveland Browns were winning IN SPITE of Baker Mayfield…NOT because of him.