By now everyone is preparing for the Cleveland Browns Week 8 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Halloween at FirstEnergy Stadium at 1:00 PM EDT.
There has been a request for fans lucky enough to have tickets to this event, and it comes from quarterback Baker Mayfield.
Mayfield took to Twitter to ask the fans to do their homefield advantage duties with precision on Sunday.
Here’s what Mayfield said:
“Absolutely need our stadium rocking tomorrow. Loudest I’ve ever heard it needs to be tomorrow. We give everything we have, y’all need to do it too. In this together Cleveland. Ps. Quiet when we’re on offense… Other than that, go crazy.”
Absolutely need our stadium rocking tomorrow. Loudest I’ve ever heard it needs to be tomorrow. We give everything we have, y’all need to do it too. In this together Cleveland. Ps. Quiet when we’re on offense… Other than that, go crazy.
— Baker Mayfield (@bakermayfield) October 30, 2021
Fans Will Respond
It does not take much prodding to get Browns fans to be even more spirited.
After all, it is Halloween, and the Steelers are coming to town.
And Mayfield is wearing his best one arm bandit costume, complete with harness, to play this game.
YOU HEARD @bakermayfield #Browns family!
GIVE IT EVERYTHING WE GOT!
FOR THE BROWNS!
WE BARK TOGETHER! #DawgPound
Hail THE KING 👑 OF THE NORTH!#BrownsTwitter
Browns vs Steelers! pic.twitter.com/dRi8jHDHLC
— Kevin Dawg Pound (KDP) (@AhBigKev) October 30, 2021
Even those watching the game from home offered Mayfield the support and crowd noise.
I’ll be loud enough from home for you to hear me also!! Lol
— Summer (@scfancher) October 30, 2021
Mayfield Is Starting
Obviously, this is not a drill or a smoke screen, Baker Mayfield is starting tomorrow against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The shoulder injuries and harness are apparently secure enough for him and the Browns to put him in the game.
Mayfield is riding a two game winning streak over the Pittsburgh Steelers, both games from January.
With Nick Chubb in the backfield and Week 7 star D’Ernest Johnson, Mayfield should have a strong running game to lean on as well as a healthier offensive line than the last time he played in Week 6.
This is a big interdivision game, and everyone knows it.
That is precisely why Mayfield worked so hard to get ready to play, and he is asking for the fans’ help to give the Browns any hometown edge they can possibly gather against a tough Steelers team.
Ratza Fratza says
I watched the passes Baker threw and it was at least as much Odell and Jarvis bouncing them off their hands as Bakers throws. Listening to Odell’s father about it is about on a par with believing anything Trump says.