Rex Ryan reacts to Baker Mayfield leading the Browns to the playoffs | Get Up

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Rex Ryan, Dan Orlovsky and Ryan Clark join Mike Greenberg on Get Up to react to Baker Mayfield leading the Cleveland Browns to a victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, clinching the first playoff berth since 2002.

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