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Messagepar hongwei28 » Mar 2 Avr 2019 03:23

Baker Mayfield has assorted shiny trophies White Bobby Hebert Jersey , plaques and awards from his college days. Probably more than he realizes.So far, his biggest NFL honor can't be hung or placed on a shelf.Mayfield was humbled by compliments made toward him by Saints star quarterback Drew Brees, who believes the Browns rookie is destined for fame.On Wednesday, Brees gushed when talking about Mayfield."I think he can be a lot better than me," Brees said. "He's got all the tools. He's more athletic. He probably can run around better. He's got a stronger arm."Mayfield was moved by the praise."Yeah, it doesn't get much higher than that," Mayfield said following practice. "That's one of the greatest to play of all time. That's the guy that I've had an unbelievable amount of respect for and looked up to just because of where I'm from first and then size and story as well. So I've always enjoyed watching him."Mayfield hopes to meet Brees for the first time Sunday as the Browns (0-0-1) visit the Saints (0-1), who lost their home opener 48-40 to Tampa Bay last week.For now, Mayfield is Cleveland's No. 2 quarterback, waiting his turn behind starter Tyrod Taylor. The Heisman Trophy winner grew up in Texas patterning his game after Brees, who entered the league with far less fanfare and minimal expectations following a storied career at Purdue.The knock on Brees coming out of college was that he was too short to succeed in the pro game. He'd be swallowed in the pocket and there was no way he'd be able to see receivers, never mind complete passes.Well, all Brees has done on the way to numerous Pro Bowls and a Super Bowl title, is become one of just three quarterbacks to surpass 70,000 yards passing.The Hall of Fame awaits.And while Mayfield appreciated Brees' comments, they'll only be words if he doesn't produce."It's really cool. It's humbling, but unless I go to work every day, then it's not going to matter," he said. "Expectations are one thing, but you've got to do your own. Got to do your own."Brees' remarks also caught the attention of Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry."You're talking about, especially me being from Louisiana, Drew's a G.O.A.T.," Landry said. "He's the guy. For him to say that, that's one of the highest praises you can get from one of the guys that is tremendously respected around the league and around the world. So that's huge."Of course, Mayfield can't do much about building a legacy on the sideline.The Browns are taking a slow-is-better approach with Mayfield, whom they believe is their QB of the future — not the present.Barring an injury, Mayfield won't play this week against the Saints. And unless something changes dramatically soon, the Browns intend to have Mayfield sharpen his skills during practice until they feel he's ready to start.That's been the plan since March, when Cleveland traded for Taylor, who led Buffalo to the playoffs last season.Browns coach Hue Jackson said he won't be swayed to change direction by the early success the New York Jets have had with Sam Darnold, the No. 3 overall pick. Darnold shook off throwing an interception that was returned for a TD on his first attempt and completed 16 of 21 passes for 192 yards and two TDs in a rout of Detroit on Monday night."I like our young quarterback a lot, but it didn't change my mind on anything," Jackson said. "Baker's been really good in practice. I think he's still growing. The thing I love, he's so engaged in what we're doing. That is a fist bump to him because I'm sure it's tough."I'm sure he wants to play. Any competitor wants to. At the same time, I think he's ready. He's preparing himself week in and week out on what it takes to play. And when his day comes, he's going to go out there and play well. I keep saying that. Do not know when it is, but when it does happen Cameron Jordan Jersey 2019 , he will play well."Taylor's 15 of 40 performance last week against Pittsburgh sparked some debate as to whether the Browns were handling their QB situation — and Mayfield — correctly."The most important thing is that he's our future," Jackson said. "If he is, we don't have to rush this thing. When everybody saw the numbers last week, everybody wanted to go, 'OK, Tyrod is out. Let's go the other way.' Let's slow down a little bit here. Let's get this thing going. Week 1, here we go to Week 2. Let's see if we can improve on offense and play better." METAIRIE, La. (AP) — Saints third-year defensive tackle David Onyemata plans to spend Tuesday — the players' usual day off — performing some extra conditioning work at club headquarters.He is among a trio of defensive linemen likely headed for more snaps against one of the best offenses in the NFL with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.Sheldon Rankins, the Saints' most productive interior defensive lineman, won't play in the NFC title game against the Los Angeles Rams — or any other game this season — after tearing his Achilles in the first quarter of Sunday's playoff victory over Philadelphia . At the same time, the Saints sounded encouraged that the rotation of Onyemata, Tyeler Davison and rookie Taylor Stallworth did enough to help shut out the Eagles for three quarters."They played great," Saints linebacker A.J. Klein said after studying game video on Monday. "Our D-line group is very deep. We have the guys in that room to pick up the slack."Yet Klein acknowledged there's quite a bit of slack to pick up.Rankins was New Orleans' first-round draft choice in 2016 and his eight sacks this season ranked second on the club behind end Cameron Jordan."He's a dynamic player on the inside," Klein said, adding that Rankins is a rare player in the NFL who can be "stout against the run and hold off double teams, but to also be dynamic in the pass rush game.""His presence on third-down pass rush and stuff will be missed, but I know we have the depth in our defensive line room to get the job done," Klein added.Onyemata said New Orleans' defensive front also will miss Rankins' leadership on the field."When Sheldon is out there, we have more of an understanding of making the adjustments and all that, just moving around on defense," Onyemata said.Yet Onyemata asserted that the confidence among the remaining interior linemen has been growing all season and was only helped by how they played without Rankins against the Eagles."We've been playing pretty good the past couple weeks, having the guys step up and take more of a bigger role," Onyemata said.But now comes arguably their toughest test against a Rams tandem of Todd Gurley and C.J. Anderson that combined for 238 yards rushing in a victory over Dallas on Saturday night — hence Onyemata's extra conditioning work, as well as mental preparation."If you go with a three-man rotation inside, you might have to do extra conditioning and just get your mind ready for more plays and expect more things," Onyemata said.The Saints finished the season ranked second in the NFL against the run. Even with Rankins out most of Sunday, they allowed the Eagles just 49 yards rushing.Meanwhile, coach Sean Payton sounded pleased with the amount of pressure New Orleans' defense applied on Foles, even though Foles was not sacked. Foles is known as a poised and savvy veteran who unloads the ball quickly, so the key against him is unsettling him enough to effect his accuracy."We made some adjustments. I thought we were able to pressure the quarterback," Payton said. "We did not get the sacks you are looking for but we did get the pocket pushed and I thought that really helped and guys on the back end made some plays."They also will need to get pressure on Rams quarterback Jared Goff, who completed nearly 65 percent of his passes for 293 yards per game this season.The last time the Saints hosted the Rams in early November, they gave up 35 points, but won because Drew Brees and Co. put up 45 ."It was a shootout. It was back and forth all game long," Klein said. "I thought we played the run well the first time we played them. That's going to be challenge again this week. But I think being good on the play-action pass and eliminating deep shots over top will be crucial for us." Custom Tennessee Titans Jerseys
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