The Cleveland Browns continued on their up and down 2019 season with a crushing loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. If losing to a bad team was worse, Jarvis Landry could be seen on the sidelines yelling at head coach Freddie Kitchens during the game.
Following the loss, reporters wanted to pick Landry’s brain on what happened and why he was yelling at Kitchens.
“I just went and asked for the ball to try to get involved in the game to help,” Landry said. Again, I just went and asked for the ball. I felt like I hadn’t touched the ball since the first quarter, and we’re inside of 10 minutes in the fourth and I still hadn’t touched the ball. Well, that play I touched the ball. So you know.”
Landry’s frustrations are warranted for a team that was super hyped in the offseason to do great things but bad play combined with a regressing QB in Baker Mayfield, an overmatched head coach, has this team likely to miss the postseason yet again.
Landry caught just five passes for 23 yards, and only had 2 catches for 2 yards at halftime.
The Steelers losing on Sunday Night to the Buffalo Bills has the Browns slim playoff hopes still alive.