Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns had the best of the New York Giants 20-6 and took a big step towards their first playoff appearance since 2002 on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
Ohio City supporters can believe it. Their favorites show a first positive record since 2007 with 10-4 and are second in the North section of the American Association.
Mayfield led his team to their destination with two touchdown passes and 297 yards in the air. The young pivot found his receivers in the paying zone each time in the second quarter. Austin Hooper and Jarvis Landry both caught two-yard shifts.
Nick Chubb meanwhile scored a 10th major on floor this season.
Quite the opposite for the Giants, who still had to trust Colt McCoy at quarterback after a last minute absence from Daniel Jones. The first could not straighten the New York attack, which produced only 13 points in the last two games.
This time, the Giants (5-9) only scored points thanks to kicker Graham Gano.