Struggling Tampa Bay Buccaneers' defense braces for Baker Mayfield-led Cleveland Browns
There was a time when teams with defensive woes similar to those of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could count on the Cleveland Browns for relief. Not anymore. A little over a month into the NFL season, the Browns (2-3-1) have already surpassed their win total for the past two years combined, heightening expectations for what they might be capable of accomplishing with Baker Mayfield at quarterback. The reeling Bucs (2-3), who've lost three straight and are allowing a league-high 34.6 points per game, certainly aren't in position to assume anything other than they could have their hands full when they face the No. 1 overall draft pick on Sunday.