If you're a Browns fans and happen to appreciate some historical flair, there's one account you must follow because it's absolutely hilarious.
Lt. Baker Mayfield, a parody account of the 1st Ohio Reg. Northern Division American Corps, is the perfect way to showcase possible thoughts going through a rookie leader who woke up "feeling dangerous."
Dearest Mother: Rest assured I am in no danger. Reconnaissance reveals no enemy on the horizon for at least a week. I am feeling dangerous to our foes under that battalion major brevetted up from the Kitchens. He certainly brings the sink with him. -- Your loving son, Baker
— Lt. Baker Mayfield (@LtBakerMayfield) November 12, 2018
Every tweet is as infused with Ken Burns as the next one. Case in point below when the Browns fell to the Chiefs.
Dearest Mother: We stood little chance in this battle, which truly went to the birds. Ma-Ho-Mes and his chiefs swiftly ransacked Cleveland and then rushed off to their next victim. So many fleet warriors! I took a glancing blow to the head, but rest assured I am safe. -- Baker
— Lt. Baker Mayfield (@LtBakerMayfield) November 4, 2018
This formation is the golden ticket. It worked when the Browns defeated the Baltimore Ravens in October.
Dearest Mother: I hope your heart soars as does mine to see the enclosed photo-graph of #Browns Co. in drill formation. I am ready to give the Baltimore thieves a hot reception with my artillery. -- Your loving son, Baker pic.twitter.com/Q6wQEhD3TV
— Lt. Baker Mayfield (@LtBakerMayfield) October 5, 2018