While he didn't make the decision for Hue Jackson to be fired at mid-season, there is clearly no love lost between Cleveland Browns' rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield and his former coach.
Mayfield had what was likely his best game as a pro this afternoon against Jackson's new team, the Cincinnati Bengals.
He completed 19-of-26 throws for 258 yards, and a career high four touchdowns. Mayfield now has seven scores and no interceptions over his last two games, both Browns wins.
After the game, Mayfield and Jackson had a pretty cold interaction. Jackson went to go greet his former quarterback, and eventually got the chance, but it didn't look like Mayfield really wanted to do anything here.
After the game, Baker Mayfield admitted that he wasn't thrilled with seeing Hue Jackson on the other sideline.
Jackson was fired, so of course he had the right to go elsewhere, but Mayfield took exception with his decision to play for a division rival.
He said as much in the post-game press conference.
"He left Cleveland and goes in to Cincinnati. I don't know...it's just, someone that was in our locker room asking for us to play for him, and then goes to a different team that we play twice a year. Everyone can have their spin on it, but that's how I feel."
Video of the press conference moment from Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot:
Mayfield is known for always wearing his heart on his sleeve, and that is evident once again today.