What do the Baker Mayfield haters have to say now? When it was announced that the veteran signal-caller would be the starting quarterback for the Bucs, plenty of people figured the NFC South side would go 0-2 to start the new campaign.
However, the opposite has been the case. In Week 1, Mayfield powered Tampa Bay to a stunning win over the Vikings. Then in Week 2, Mayfield and Co. took down the Chicago Bears. Say what you want about the former No. 1 pick, but he's finding ways to win.
In Sunday's victory over Chicago, Mayfield completed 26-of-34 pass attempts for 317 yards and a touchdown. Mayfield has turned back the clock and showcased he's still got a cannon for a right arm. Who thought he'd be this good?
Moving forward, the Bucs will hope to record some more upets. Who knows, maybe even Mayfield can stun everyone and power this team to a division title.