In the second half, Mayfield showed even more promise. He then rallied the Browns back from a two-touchdown deficit to a 21-17 comeback win over the Jets - snapping Cleveland's 19-game winless streak.More news: Christine Blasey Ford's family publishes letter of support
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield celebrates after scoring a two-point conversion during the second half of an NFL football game against the New York Jets, Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, in Cleveland. Cleveland passed on taking Darnold in the draft and instead chose Mayfield, the Heisman Trophy victor from Oklahoma.
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This was just one win, and while it was an ending, it also felt like a beginning - because of Mayfield. The New York Jets have taken a 14-0 lead over the Cleveland Browns thanks to two touchdowns from the veteran running back. The rookie quarterback drove his team 39 yards down the field, which set up a 45-yard field goal by new Browns kicker Greg Joseph.
Yet Browns coach Hue Jackson refused to commit to starting Mayfield next week against the Oakland Raiders. Jackson could also be faced with a hard choice - either stick with Mayfield or go back to Taylor when he's healthy.More news: Fortnite Port-A-Fortress Grenade Will "Take Defence to New Heights"