The Baker Mayfield debate: Is he good enough to lead the Browns to the Super Bowl? | Get Up

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ESPN published this video item, entitled “The Baker Mayfield debate: Is he good enough to lead the Browns to the Super Bowl? | Get Up” – below is their description.

Mike Tannenbaum, Marcus Spears, Dominique Foxworth, Jeff Saturday and Mike Greenberg debate whether Baker Mayfield deserves to be paid like an elite quarterback and whether he can make the plays the Browns need him to in order to reach the Super Bowl.

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