Baker Mayfield Asked About Colin Cowherd After Browns Win

Posted September 22, 2018

Locked fridges containing free Bud Light were placed all over the city and fans were promised they would be opened when the Browns finally won a game.

National Football League fans have erupted over what's been labelled the "most disrespectful celebration of all time".

Let the beer flow in Cleveland.

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"In some cases Victory Fridges were unlocked manually - perhaps due to the overwhelming number of fans sharing photos and sending messages to friends about the Browns win".

The Cleveland Browns won their home game against the New York Jets 21-17, their first victory since December 24, 2016. The last time they won, 635 days prior, Barack Obama was still President.

Before the season began, Bud Light installed some "Victory Fridges" at bars in the Cleveland area. He led the Browns on an improbable late season run 16 years ago to make the playoffs, then got hurt in the season finale. "I just want the team to win, no matter what the cost is".

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Mayfield hadn't practiced with the No. 1 starters this week, and he came into the game with his team down by two touchdowns.

Some fans even argue that the Browns have their own rally animal and that the possum one fan caught in the stands Thursday night needs to be at every game from now on.

His emergence detailed here, Mayfield lit up the field with his play, re-energized a fan base and brought the Browns back from a 14-0 hole.

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