CLEVELAND — Last week, News 5 reported that Colin Cowherd finally said something positive about Cleveland, albeit in the most backward way possible.
This week, Cowherd returned to his old ways and trash talked the Browns.
Cowherd spoke about how Baker Mayfield taunted former Browns coach Hue Jackson and said that he was a child.
"He's a very accurate thrower of the football, and he also yesterday taunted a coach…Long-term I'll take a grown up. I'll take Wilson, Luck, Darnold. I won't take taunting a coach who got fired & crazy, took another job."@ColinCowherd on Baker Mayfield staring down Hue Jackson pic.twitter.com/p6eLVhDpq9— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) December 24, 2018
"Grown-ups don't taunt. Grown-up's don't put a wet blanket on the gasoline," Cowherd said.
Cowherd then went on to call Cleveland the laughing stock of the league.
Last season, the Browns finished 0-16. This season, the Browns have a chance of finishing with a winning record and placing at least third in the division.
I think we can say Cowherd was wrong about this one.