Buccaneers Sign Baker Mayfield

March 15th, 2023

He’s no Tom Brady, but our beloved Buccaneers now have a real starting quarterback in the house.

And it’s official, the Bucs are not tanking the 2023 season to #CollapseForCaleb.

Baker Mayfield, the 2018 No. 1 overall pick, is now a Buccaneer and will compete with Kyle Trask to replace Brady.

Trask has zero career starts in two years and will earn $1.15 million this season. Mayfield has a playoff win with the Browns plus a 31-38 regular-season record. He turns 28 next month and will earn at least 8 times Trask’s salary. (Gee, wonder who the Bucs’ want to/expect to start?)

The Bucs now have the only NFC South quarterback with a playoff win under his belt (at Pittsburgh in the 2020 postseason), and Mayfield is blessed with the best group of wide receivers in the division.

Joe finds this to be a very exciting signing, in large part due to the mess that is the NFC South. Mayfield isn’t butting heads with Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and Cam Newton in their primes; he may be the best quarterback in the division on opening day.

Mayfield proved last season with the Rams that he could hit the ground running as a starter after being signed in December. That’s impressive for any quarterback. So Joe assumes Mayfield will be a quick study in Dave Canales’ new Buccaneers system — while Trask has been described by previous Bucs coaches as a deliberate (slow?) learner.

Todd Bowles has an interesting history with Mayfield. So does Bucco Bruce Arians.

It truly is a new day in Tampa Bay.

111 Responses to “Buccaneers Sign Baker Mayfield”

  1. Rusty Shackleford Says:

    Everyone knows that quarterbacks drafted out of Florida never do well in the NFL. Kyle Trash is no exception.

  2. bluetick Says:

    Give this guy a top 5 running game and a top 5 defense and see what happens in the NFC.

    Draft RB and DLine and OLine. Maulers that are decent athletes.

    Just what I would like to see.

  3. Dooley Says:

    Imagine collapsing for Caleb when Michael Penix jr is coming out next year too

  4. unbelievable Says:

    bluetick Says:
    March 15th, 2023 at 3:59 pm
    Give this guy a top 5 running game and a top 5 defense and see what happens in the NFC.


    While I agree, you could say that about dozens of QBs. Every team would love to be top-5 in defense and offense lol.

  5. Rand Says:

    Baker Mayfield, the 2018 No. 1 overall pick, is now a Buccaneer and will compete with Kyle Trask to replace Brady.

    If Kyle Trask can’t beat out Baker Mayfield it will be a clear signal that we wasted a second round pick…

    I’ve got close to 8.5 million reasons why Mayfield will be gifted the start and it has nothing to do with Trask’s ability.

  6. gotbbucs Says:

    Jeff Garcia 2.0

  7. Caleb lee Says:

    Arians finally getting his chance to work with Mayfield. Curious how active he’ll be with him.

  8. MadMax Says:

    Welcome aboard Tampa Baker! Lets see what happens…

  9. Joseph C Simmons Says:

    Mayfield was terrific with the Browns until he tried playing with a torn labrum. All the QBs sucked in Carolina the last few years. Then he looked good with the Rams. I think it’s a good signing.

    My only reservation is, he could never build chemistry with OBJ. Will he be able to get Evans the ball consistently?

  10. Buccos Says:

    Mayfield was the best QB that we could afford. He has a lot of experience and if he is healthy he could be pretty good. I mean he was the first player picked in 2018 for some reason. He should be very excited about this opportunity. I expect him to start over Trask but we shall see

  11. gotbbucs Says:

    Base salary is $4 million. $4.5 million is tied to incentives.

  12. SKBucsFan Says:

    Good enough signing for a reasonable price. And ensures we will see Trask starting this year.

  13. Tvan101 Says:

    Gotta love how Joe thinks an immature primma donna on his 4th team in 3 years that we signed to a 1 year contract is gonna automatically be our starter.

  14. WhosOurQB Says:

    No longer have to count on just a gator qb thank goodness

  15. A Says:

    If he’s half as good as his commercials – we just got a steal!

  16. Dooley Says:


    I hope that isn’t a slanderous remark you’re making about Saint Jeff

  17. Go Bucs Says:

    Good. All they need to do now is draft someone like Jaren Hall or Stenson Bennet in the later rounds of the draft

  18. Bucsfanman Says:

    Low risk, high reward.

    He’s a Buc now so….welcome Mr. Mayfield!

  19. ScottyMack Says:

    Mayfield will earn “at least 8 times Trask’s salary?” Where do you get that, Joe? According to reports I read, he will max out at that with incentives but his base pay without the bonuses is $4 million – HALF of what the Saints paid Jameis Winston to be an actual backup this season and 10 times less than the Saints gave Derek Carr. Total steal of a deal!

    Nobody threw more interceptions than Winston and Carr has a losing record as a QB. Why in the world people think Carr is any better than Mayfield is beyond me.

  20. Pewter Power Says:

    It is what it is! If trask is a back up to baker or even a third stringer who cares. Licht is the best he could with the funds he had to work with. Now let’s roll, don’t care what he did at for his past teams as long as he doesn’t do it here

  21. Oxycondoms Says:

    Would like to see him restart his commercials out of rayjay

  22. NYbucsfan Says:

    I hope he turns out to be good with the Bucs, but what are you talking about when you say he hit the ground running with the Rams? Look at his numbers with the Rams.

  23. DoooshLaRue Says:

    Good signing.
    And it’s not Lamar, Matty Statue or The Teddy.
    Now I’m warming up to the idea of drafting that RB from Texas and then moving up with all our other late picks to go OL|DL in rounds 2-3.

  24. MerryPlankster777 Says:

    If he can measure up to the Jeff Garcia of 2007, the energy, competitiveness and sense of excitement – plus a trip to playoff that year, then it would be worth it.

  25. Flats The Flounder Says:

    I am now excited about next season. It will definitely be interesting to see how thing go. During the upcoming season he will give plenty of writing material for Joe. Good or bad, but never boring. I think Mayfield will do fine. Good signing!

  26. Marine Buc Says:

    I like the signing.

    It’s really just a one year $4M deal for a 27 year old QB with a ton of potential and NFL experience.

    This will be a true test for Kyle Trask.

    If he can’t beat out journeyman Baker-Mayfield – it becomes obvious that he is not a starting caliber NFL QB.

    If Trask does win the QB1 gig then we have the best backup QB in the NFL…

    It’s really a win/win for the Bucs.

  27. TheBucsAnthem Says:




  28. Onetrickponyne Says:

    Welcome to the Bucs Mayfield

  29. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    …..becky, look at her bu………

  30. A Bucs Fan Says:

    I understand the signing. I hope Trask beats him because Baker’s personality has always gotten in the way of his success.

  31. miken Says:


  32. Bucsalltheway Says:

    Gerald Mccoy begged for this signing years and years ago hopefully this won’t be painful to watch this year….I’m at least glad we don’t have Kyle trash(k) the junior varsity qb throw style pegged as the lone qb…

  33. Duane Says:

    Just a guy. Doesnt break the bank. Evans and Godwin have carried bigger stiffs than this. $8.5 million doesnt guarantee him jack btw. Still hope for the Trask mob. Nice job by Licht to let the market clear of the usual stiffs to get Baker at an ok price.

  34. Infomeplease Says:


  35. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    Just a different version of Winston #yucyearspart2

  36. BucsfanFred Says:

    He’s gotta beat Trask first.
    If he does beat Trask and does well he’ll want $40 mil next year.

  37. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    ……well I guess it could be worse…..like Johnny Manziel

  38. KC Buc Says:

    Whispers that we are going after Zeke now too. I like it, he’s getting over the hill but He could be a good complement to RW and could be a great mentor to him. I doubt Lenny was a great mentor and Zeke has always been praised as a key leader in the Cowboys locker room.

  39. Duane Says:

    This is a great signing. Sure, I still believe that Kyle Trask is potentially a very good starting quarterback for the Bucs, but I also believe in competition when nobody is proven in that role, as The GOAT certainly was for the previous three seasons.

    I think both Trask and Mayfield can make each other better through competition and cooperation in the quarterback’s room. While Trask has great potential, Mayfield is often under valued because of how his time at Cleveland ended. But that was mostly the fault of the Browns, not Mayfield. They literally forced him to start all season long with a destroyed shoulder, which obviously is a huge drag on any quarterback .. then for his trouble, after not sitting him and letting him get his surgery sooner than later, the stupid Browns cut him.

    It’s going to be a very very interesting pre-season here in Buc Land, with a real quarterback competition now getting underway.

  40. Tye Says:

    Sure better outcome than signing 99% of those other qbs the Joe(s) have been linking to the Bucs!

    Wonder If Gabbert is the safety net they sign as the other vet because surely the Bucs aren’t paying $8M to another qb…

  41. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    Ain’t no QB under center gonna do well behind a patch-worked O-Line now….nope….not gonna happen

  42. ElioT Says:

    Good solid move.

    If Licht can nail the draft and value FAs, the Bucs are going to be in good shape for 2023 and beyond with starters and depth.


    Go Bucs!

  43. crasey Says:

    The Bucs are better today than they were yesterday. They still need to beef up the trenches and find a pass rush.

  44. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    @ ElioT

    and why do you think so?

    Cause Baker is signed? Really Bro? Really?

  45. geno711 Says:

    My guess are the incentives are easy ones to reach.
    Instead of hard ones to reach.

    2000 yards, 2500 yards, 3000 yards, 3500 yards.
    10 TDs, 15 TDs, 20 TDs, 25 TDs.

    Instead of the hard ones:
    I.e. pro bowl, conference championship, super bowl.

  46. Who Says Says Can't Say Says:

    OK I’ll give props to Licht, I can’t believe he pulled this off and signed Dean, David, Nelson, and Delaney. Really amazing!

  47. DoooshLaRue Says:

    miken Says:
    March 15th, 2023 at 4:14 pm

    That’s TB12 good miken.
    Maybe we can still win that first playoff game…..

  48. Christos Says:

    I am amazed at how some fans and media view Mayfield.
    I ll say it again, he has 5 years in the league with only 1 good year. Yet many expect to see this one year and not the other 4.
    Check your math guys, its more probalble to see what happened in 4 years and not in 1. And not forget the locker room problems.
    Go Bucs

  49. Goatfarmer Says:

    Jason Licht has already hit it out of the park. He could sign Bo Jackson and I’d be happy. But if I have to choose, I’d rather Lenny back than Zeke.

    Come back for a discount, Lenny.

  50. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    Hey Glazers we are different fans now and don’t expect average or competitive?? That decade is long and gone, but I guess the only way is to Hugh Malcom’s boys into selling to someone that has brains !!!

  51. Alanbucsfan Says:

    Mayfield needs to stay healthy and avoid interceptions.
    He is more mobile than Trask, but Trask is taller -important for a QB.
    Will Mayfield be “A new day in Tampa Bay” or Jameis act 2?
    I know this- interceptions are intolerable in today’s NFL.

  52. Eric Says:

    If Geno Smith can suddenly look good so can Baker.

    The best among not good options.

    QB won’t mater unless we updrade elsewhere anthow.

  53. Buccos Says:

    I’d much rather have Zelle than Lasagna Lenny

  54. Buccos Says:


  55. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    Thankfully Tampa also has the Bolts to use as a measuring stick if the owner is truly all in about winning or way over their head and FOS !! PLEASE take the prayer in TB12 and the “ Still have to Pinch “ yourself if 2020 really happened, but since Malcom passed these Boys have no clue

  56. firethecannons Says:

    Time for Kyle Trask to put this failed quarterback permanently on the bench.

  57. NEfan Says:

    Any team that signs Zeke is so out of touch they should be banned from watching football. Brissett went to the Commanders for $8mil could be $10m with incentives. Looks like Licht is shopping in the basement. $4M, Jamais got $8 to sit on the bench. What does the league think of this clown? I was all for it but the number makes me feel differently.

  58. SKBucsFan Says:

    Licht still needs to draft an LT or it won’t matter who is playing QB.

  59. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    SB 🟰 10 years of Tampa fans money without direction

  60. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    After 18 years paying BUC FANS got to live a dream for 2 years and now the Glazers are back running the Ship 😳

  61. Infomeplease Says:

    Signing BM was the best possible option the Bucs could pull off considering their current salary cap situation!! If the offense can get on the same page fast, in the new system, they will have an opportunity to compete for the NFC South division title. So far so good!!

  62. HC Grover Says:

    No way to put lipstick on this Pig.

  63. Eric Says:

    Man get off the good stuff he is a bum if he ends up
    Proving me wrong I’ll be the first to admit it!

  64. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    This Franchise has hit ROCK BOTTOM by signing Baker Mayfield

  65. Bucamania Says:

    Bucs weren’t betting next season on Kyle Trask. Baker was the best option they could find in the dumpster.

  66. Brandon Jeff Says:

    To all the gator haters out there. It’s pretty sad that you will judge a player like Trask based on the school he went to and not on his accomplishments.
    Just because you have a chip on your shoulder for UF. Personally, I’m a Buc fan. If a player works out good for the Bucs, I don’t care what school he played for.

  67. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    @TheBucsAnthem the Glazers Boys buying time

  68. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    @ Yucs2Bucs

    You know what…..I am truly SHOCKED at this signing…..

    this gotta be just to be to sell more tickets….it has to be

    cause Baker isn’t exactly a Franchise keeper

    There has to be very large performance incentives laced into his contract to sign for under 10 million for a QB

  69. Scott Says:

    Baker sucks

  70. Scott Says:

    Even cut by Carolina and people act like great signing lol

  71. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    He was benched by the Browns…..

    Baker Mayfield couldn’t even beat out Sam Darnold or even PJ Walker…….need I say more??????

  72. Darin Says:

    Trask was a real starter in college too joe. If u mean the NFL you haven’t watched him much. I don’t expect him to start over Trask.

  73. Steven007 Says:

    List/NE fan, because we didn’t get screwed on his salary like some other teams did on their choices that automatically makes you less inclined to like a pick you were inclined to like in the first place? Doesn’t make sense. Maybe our front office is better than those of some other franchises.

  74. Brian Says:

    Great! Now draft Hendon Hooker!

  75. gotbbucs Says:

    Here’s why I’m giving Mayfield one shot. Trask was drafted and developed with the Arians/Leftwich offense in mind. That offensive philosophy is supposedly in the rear view. Canales claims that Trask can run his offense, but I’m sure he doesn’t want to put all his eggs into that one basket. I’ll keep an open mind. I think Mayfield is limited physically from an arm talent perspective, but mobility wise he should be an upgrade. A guy like Mayfield allows Evans to freelance out there a little more which is something he excells at.

    At $4 million base, $8.5 million max with incentives, there is almost zero risk involved. Who knows. It would be nice if it worked out nicely, but I’ve been a card carrying Bucs fan for long enough to know better than to get hopes up. Expect little and hope for over delivery.

  76. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    @bucsanthem totally !! also the 33 year old LB for the sentimentals, but would have more respect if they laid a plan out for paying Buc fans. Such a joke

  77. chark Says:

    great move,,underrated qb..Haslam was hellbent on deshaun watson..should have stayed with baker. The bias against baker is astounding. Not saying he is greaest but he has done some impressive things under a very tough environment while in cleveland . His career in cleveland was successful considering the circumstances(dysfunction) there.

  78. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    Todd as the coach, some guy I’ve never heard of from Seattle, and now Baker Mayfield coming in??? What’s the direction and focusing on the name of the QB doesn’t work anymore in Tampa because over the river the owner and organization has shown a winning formula with the Bolts

  79. Mr. Editor Says:

    This is a low risk, low cost move by Team Glazer to salvage the season ticket market. If Mayfield does well, the team will be in a much better position with the salary cap next year.

  80. Voice of Truth Says:

    What if Trask just looks like hot garbage in off season and camp? You have Mayfield as a safety net.

    This team wants Trask to succeed badly to help with the cap for the next two years while we reload

    Is he really worse than Brissett or Jaboo? I don’t think he is and he was half the price in base salary

    Fully expect Trask under C game 1

  81. Letsbucinggo Says:

    Trade Trask to the Eagles for a 7th round pick maybe his former coach cam get thru his thick skull and sign another FA and draft Herndon Hooker.

  82. Bojim Says:

    They’re gonna start Mayfield. Trask is being screwed again. However, I wanted Mayfield.

  83. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    Mr Editor you just said it “Team Glazer to salvage the season ticket market”

  84. NEfan Says:

    Steve007@ Ya all 31 other teams wouldn’t pay him $4.5 M with another possible $4 in incentives? I guess the Bucs are cutting edge over the rest of the league.

  85. BucsfanFred Says:

    I hear some of you that don’t believe Baker will do very well.
    Maybe he won’t. Maybe he will. We need somebody to either put under center or back up Trask. Maybe we’ll sign one more. Maybe we’ll draft one more.
    Maybe this Hendon Hooker guy so many of you seem to like.

    Baker is only here for one year anyway. He’ll want 25% of our salary cap to stay here if he does well.

  86. Browsing from DC Says:

    I like the signing, especially the price tag. Mayfield was really starting to get it going in 2021 until he got injured (and played through it). Personally I think the Browns disrespected him (earned or not) with the whole Watson thing, then he goes to a dysfunctional Carolina team and no surprise what happened there.

    He supposedly picked up the Rams playbook in record time and his first game looked impressive. Now he needs what all QBs need…a solid o-line. He’s got the weapons but needs protection.

    And if Tony Robbims, er, I mean Dave Canales can run an offense as well as he can sell himself, we could see some post season action. Can we win a SB with Baker? Probably not. Can he (or Trask who we have nothing to base an opinion on really…good or bad) keep us relevant and out of the next “lost decade”? I think so

  87. NEfan Says:

    Browsing, no doubt Browns dissed Mayfield and he rebelled from it. That team has some real d-bags on it and not so great of a coaching staff.

  88. David Says:

    Why would hire a failed qb and pay him up to $8M unless you are going to start him. Bucs had two years to see what they have in Trask but they didn’t. Also he is not the right mentor or abridge qb. He has a bad attitude and he will not get alone with Mike E. and Chris G.
    Baker is not the qb to take you to superbowl. Then why are you splitting valuable snaps away from Trask.

  89. AnonymousBuc76 Says:

    If Kyle can’t beat out Baker Mayfield in training camp then he doesn’t deserve to be our starter hopefully it’s a fair competition though that being said I’m definitely not excited about bringing Baker Mayfield in; he’s a crybaby with not one special attribute unless you count entitlement…

  90. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    No more Bucs Quarterback Du Jour……..I guess.

    I like Mayfield at this price for sure…..glad we didn’t mortgage our future.

    Now….let’s work on that running game.

  91. PewterStiffArm Says:

    Low risket, many triscuits.

  92. Tavaris Says:

    I think Shadeur Sanders is on the Bucs radar.

  93. HomerSimpsonRocks Says:

    It’ll at least be exciting.

  94. Cobraboy Says:

    gotbbucs Says:

    Jeff Garcia 2.0

    I know you meant this as a slur, but Jeff Garcia was a baller, maybe the best QB baller the Bucs ever had (along with Doug Williams), and a fun, gutsy guy to watch.

    If Mayfield is Jeff Garcia 2.0, that’s not a bad thing IMO.

  95. Cobraboy Says:

    Maybe the team guaranteed an apartment at RayJay as part of the dealio.

  96. unbelievable Says:

    Love Jeff Garcia. Dude might have more heart than anyone I’ve ever seen.

    Love his wife too 😉

    As for Baker, his career is interesting… 2 seasons he was pretty decent – good (2018 and 2020), while his other 2 seasons in CLE were pretty awful (yes he was injured for part of one of those).

    Pretty low cost / low risk signing by the Bucs. Hopefully Canales can elevate his game and decision making… or I guess an even better scenario for the Bucs is if Trask beats him for the starting gig in camp and never looks back!

  97. Aceofaerospace Says:

    Good move. This could be awesome or a mistake that can be shed next season. Either way, play to win and let the chips fall where they may. I’m not going to root for my team to lose until they are mathematically eliminated. Period.

  98. Day 1-76 Says:

    It doesn’t matter who the QB is. Bowles will just punt on 1st down because he trusts his defense.

  99. BucaneroJim Says:

    Interesting… we gave Jameis five looooong years to develop. Freeman, what like 4 years? And Glennon was given 1 and sorta 2 years. We gave Brady (and he gave us) 2 great years, before he and coaching staff really tanked on the third year – forget the lame division win – the whole demeaner of the team/staff was not swashbuckler swagger – they sailed into the armada with no powder in the cannons.

    Yeah, Mayfield will be entertaining, but still seems we are playing scared and safe – which likely, means losing in a mediocre way. I hope Trask gets some serious reps and see what we have. I doubt the coaching staff really knows themselves without reps. maybe he is a cabin boy… and maybe a cutthroat – gotta have some time at the wheel sailing the ship to know.

  100. Brandon Says:

    $8.5 is good but not a guarantee to start. I tbjnn there is a legit QB competition in camp and the team adds another Ryan Griffin-esque vet and a rookie. $8.5 is top dollar for a backup but among the lowest for starters. Tyler Heinicke is making $10m per season for their competition with Desmond Ridder.

  101. Brandon Says:

    So…. here’s the question for the Mayfield haters. Who showed more in their years before Canales? Mayfield or Geno Smith? Maybe Russell Wilson’s biggest problem in Denver was that he wasn’t in a QB friendly offense that Canales brought over. Maybe.

  102. NEfan Says:

    Brandon, Smith played for Bowles

  103. Usedtocould Says:

    Baker, Baker, buc tud maker. Anthem is a troll, turd

  104. Perimeter Blocker Says:

    I like that it is a 1 year deal. If he does well, resign him and we are set at QB for a long period of time. If he sucks, we should be in position to get some good young talent at that position.

  105. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    The Seahawks in Pete Carrolls first two seasons were 14-18. It wasn’t until his third season with Russell Wilson as a rookie starting quarterback that they had a winning record of 11-5.

    Matt Hassbeck was Pete Carroll’s first quarterback before Rusell Wilson.

    Pete Carroll is a great coach, but his success didn’t come until Russell Wilson, and obviously vice versa.

    Russell Wilson is going to be in the Hall of Fame when he retires. As our Sage will tell you 8 Pro Bowls is a benchmark for the Hall of Fame as well as a Super Bowl Championship. Saying that Carroll made Russell or Russell made Carroll is an insult to the game. They both helped make each other.

    Also, for some odd reason people think playing forever like TB12 did is the norm.

    Russell Wilson got sacked over 400 times for Seattle, ran the ball almost 900 times for Seattle.

    That’s 1,200 times his body took abuse for Seattle, or basically all of the hits that Leonard Fournette has had in his career.

    Seattle’s QB friendly offense requires a QB who is mobile and able to take repeated hits.

    Russell Wilson is approaching the magic 200 games played number.

    Statistically the closer you are to 200, the closer you’re to ending your career as you’re past your prime as a QB.

    Denver bought a very used car in Rusell Wilson.

  106. EA Says:

    Bad signing, Browns described Baker as childish and immature, they were looking for an “adult” at the QB room. They think that Watson is more mature….anyway I don’t think Bakers personally can mix with that of Todd Bowles, I invasion this being a terrible season and as a result neither of the 2 return next year, book it.

  107. Bucfan1988 Says:

    BM has an explosive release, and is accurate.
    Dude is also much more mobile than TB12….

    He’s fiery and wants to win….

    I actually wanna see how he looks with our WR group cuz nobody can deny we don’t have potent weapons there…

    Still wanna see them trade D White for 2nd & 3rd rounder…
    I say trade back some in the first round to pick up another 3rd.
    Gimme that beast TE from Alabama, fortify the trenches, maybe Hendon Hooker, and snag a new RB….

    Wanna see how we look after that…

  108. Mike S Says:

    Brandon the numbers just aren’t there for Mayfield even when the Browns were winning games. He’s averaged 226 ypg over his career. He’s never thrown for 4000 yards in a season. He’s never thrown for more than 27 TDs in a season.

    His career numbers are middling.

    I’m a Baker Mayfield fan. I love his confidence and his competitiveness, but yeah he has a lot to prove.

    2020 was his best season, but he looked pretty bad last year. 79 QBR is super meh. The Panthers cut him deservedly.

  109. Mike S Says:

    He got shipped out in favor of a guy who sat out nearly two season because of his sex addiction problem.

    That’s not good.

    The message to Baker as a Buc is you have to make the throws. You can’t dink and dunk to this group of WRs. You got to light it up – you have to push the ball downfield. We expect 300 yards of passing. Tom Brady spoiled us. You have big shoes to fill.

  110. Anthony Fantone Says:

    Just a average signing can’t lose much price is right

  111. Anthony Fantone Says:

    Baker Mayfield a failure on 3 different teams why not 4