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Georgetown Professor Calls Baker Mayfield A “Spoiled White Boy” For How He’s Treating Hue Jackson

Baker Mayfield of the Cleveland Browns

OAKLAND, CA - SEPTEMBER 30: Baker Mayfield #6 of the Cleveland Browns tells to the crowd to be quiet after the Browns scored a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on September 30, 2018 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

The Cleveland Browns decided to make a head coaching change earlier this season after Hue Jackson failed to lead the team to victory on a consistent basis. Since the move, the Browns are one of the hottest teams in the NFL, despite Jackson's claims that he couldn't win with the roster he was given.

One of his former players took exception to his comments and then he joined the division-rival Cincinnati Bengals. Baker Mayfield didn't like that, and let Hue Jackson know it on multiple occasions.

Over the weekend, the Browns took down the Bengals for the second time this season and Mayfield was spotted staring down his former head coach.

A few people, including a Georgetown professor, had words for Mayfield. Michael Eric Dyson called Mayfield a "spoiled white boy" for his treatment of Jackson.

Baker's bravado has rubbed fans and analysts the wrong way all season long, but it's translated to wins for the Browns.

This likely isn't the last we've seen from Mayfield and Jackson.