Cleveland Browns spoil Baker Mayfield's chance at revenge with late field goal
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Baker Mayfield didn't get his revenge against the Cleveland Browns, but he came close.
After looking dreadful for almost three quarters, Mayfield led the Carolina Panthers to 17 fourth-quarter points and the lead before the Browns spoiled his revenge party with a 58-yard field goal by rookie kicker Cade York with eight seconds left.
The 26-24 loss left Mayfield 0-4 in NFL openers, including 0-3 with the Browns.
Mayfield was 10-for-19 for 101 yards with four balls tipped at the line of scrimmage, an interception and two sacks in the first half. He also muffed a snap in the shotgun.
His only big play in the half was a 50-yard completion to tight end Ian Thomas, who was wide open down the middle of the field.