The offensive line has been porous so far, and Kitchens clearly still needs to get more comfortable serving the dual roles of head coach and play-caller.
"Just not executing. I think I'm gonna have recurring nightmares over the throw to [tight end] Demetrius [Harris] up top [on third-and-goal]", Mayfield said.
"That's not even being considered", Kitchens told reporters on Monday. "No, he's not. That's asinine to say". "If I have Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry, Nick Chubb and there's Baker Mayfield - yeah, I know he's overrated as hell". I'm not sure a coach blocks or tackles, but one key element in being a coach and calling the plays goes back to Rudyard Kipling (note the casual but oh-so-impressive literary reference): You must keep your head while all. Here's a guy right now that's a one-read guy, and then he's going to improvise. "He has no idea what we're doing". The other thing, the ball's not coming out in rhythm. "I would answer that with that".
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Mayfield threw one TD pass but completed just 50 per cent of his passes, going 18 of 36 for 195 yards, and was sacked three times - twice in a three-play span in the fourth quarter by Rams defensive star Aaron Donald (his first this season) and Clay Matthews III, who had two sacks. "You can have as many players as you want to on paper, but if guys don't mesh and don't communicate well and play well together, it really doesn't mean anything".
Mayfield's touchdown in his 16th career start broke the tie with Brad Johnson for the second-longest streak to start an National Football League career with a touchdown pass. Warner, whose career coincidentally started with the Rams, threw touchdowns in his first 23 career starts.