It was a historic night in Cleveland as the  Browns won their first game in 635 days against the New York Jets. The win came in the most fashionable way and in a way that Cleveland fans have dreamt about since the 2018 NFL Draft. It felt like a fantasy, but Baker Mayfield stepped onto the field for concussed Tyrod Taylor and brought them back to win the game after being down 14.

The game was not the only thing that fans were joyous about, however. There were Bud Light refrigerators set up across the city stocked with 200 beers, locked with a chain. The chain would drop once the Browns won their first game since Obama was president. Well, it happened, and the celebration was as expected.

Pandemonium broke out across the Land, mounting a celebration that has not been replicated since ​LeBron James and the Cavs won the NBA Finals in 2016. What does this mean for the future of the Browns? 

After Thursday night's epic performance by Baker Mayfield, there should be no question as to who will start next week. Of course, head coach Hue Jackson has to make the most confusing comment of the night. After the Mayfield comeback, Hue still has to "watch the tape" and decide then on who will start. 

Stay classy, Cleveland.