Sport Baker Mayfield’s wife clarified her ‘fair weather fans’ comment after the Browns’ win

00:50  13 november  2019
00:50  13 november  2019 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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While I wasn't aware that it was actually possible to be a fair-weather Browns fan - like, have you seen the Browns? - Baker Mayfield's wife, Emily, caused a stir amongst Cleveland fans this week with her Monday Instagram Story.

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Following the Browns' win over the Bills in what was essentially a must-win game, the enthusiasm for the Browns took a decided turn for the positive.

Mayfield had his best game of the season, throwing for two touchdowns and no interceptions, and the Browns snapped a four-game losing streak. Given that Mayfield was getting compared to Johnny Manziel just a week ago, Emily couldn't help but laugh at this sudden swing for the better from the same people who mocked Baker.

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She posted about that on Instagram, calling out the "fair weather fans."

As expected, plenty of Browns fans took issue with the comment. The way the post was originally framed made it sound like she was talking about all Browns fans.

Emily would clarify in a separate Instagram Story on Tuesday that she didn't mean the diehard Browns fans. Instead, she was laughing at the fans who suddenly jumped on (and then off, and then back on) the Browns bandwagon amid the offseason hype.

She wrote:

LOL didn't expect to ruffle so many feathers with my "fair weather fans" comment yesterday. No, I was not directing that at the die-hard, loyal fans who have stuck around for YEARS. I'm talking about the idiots who say HORRIBLE things about my husband and the team when we lose, and are back to obsessing when we win. That is laughable to me.

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…loyal fans, I see you!

Surprisingly enough, the Browns are still somewhat in the playoff hunt at 3-6. They host the Steelers on Thursday night.


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