Another week, another drama-filled Cleveland Browns storyline.
Earlier this year, comments from the father of Odell Beckham Jr. went viral on social media. The father of the now-former Cleveland Browns wide receiver was pretty critical of the team's quarterback, Baker Mayfield.
While Beckham Jr. has been released and signed by the Los Angeles Rams, the social media criticism hasn't stopped from dads of Browns players.
Sunday night, the father of Browns running back Kareem Hunt took to Facebook.
"Now I'm getting people on my Facebook saying I'm being like obj Daddy and I'm not I'm stating facts on football and what we see he's limping he's scared to throw the ball and they know he's hurt they going to keep listening but if people don't like what I'm saying unfriend me I'm not jeopardizing nothing I got a right to speak I ain't posting no videos have a good day go Browns hopefully," he wrote.
"Last thing I don't want nobody to be hating at me like I said new quarterback new situation we could have won this game long time ago I don't know what the defense was doing they did good three interceptions or more all I can say is please don't hate me I told you so."
Mayfield had a rough Sunday night game, completing 18 of 37 passes for 247 yards and one touchdown. The Browns lost to the Ravens.
Browns fans don't necessarily agree with the father of the team's running back, though.
"Baker did not play poorly. His receiving is core severely depleted especially after loosing Bryant tonight and dropped a lot of important passes. The play calling and lack of receivers is what is causing the browns to suffer. Need to force the run when our defense plays that well," one fan tweeted.
"The entire team has turned on Mayfield and a coaching staff that inexplicably keeps starting him," another fan tweeted.
It's been that kind of year in Cleveland, unfortunately.
The Browns dropped to 6-6 on the season with Sunday night's loss. Cleveland is scheduled to take on Baltimore on Dec. 12.