Baker Mayfield And Tyrod Taylor Have Created A 'Quarterback's Only' Club That Meets In An RV Outside Browns' Training Camp
The truth is that this is more than likely just a gimmicky way for two competing quarterbacks to show that they are highly committed to turning around the fortunes of a franchise at a position at which it has basically been flipping a coin weighted into a bottomless well of despair in fluidly failing to find a competent passer. Nothing says "we're willing to set egos aside and go above and beyond in trying to get this team to two (or more) wins" quite like professional athletes holing themselves up in a mobile home on their limited free time. Therefore, credit must go to both Baker Mayfield and Tyrod Taylor for putting to rest what can be a problematic situation by putting in some OT hours to find a solution.
Also, while I highly doubt this played into their motivation to seek occasional shelter in an RV, I can't help but think it can only be beneficial for two Cleveland quarterbacks who have yet to be fully indoctrinated into team culture to seek refuge outside of it every once and awhile. I don't want to go as far as implying that there still might be second hand smoke mulling around the disposable dumpster fire that has been the Browns' official QB room, but it's better to be safe than sorry and if there's one thing the facilities in question are familiar with then it's being sorry. Maybe Hue Jackson has finally turned around the attitude of the organization, but - considering its horrendous history - a daily sabbatical held by the two players most critical to its success to quarantine themselves from the potential stink of sorrow and bounce untainted ideas off each other is probably for the best...if only because a "you can't sit with us" situation couldn't even make things any worse.
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