LOOK: Baker Mayfield headbutts another teammate without a helmet during Rams' wild comeback win over Raiders

Getty Images

On Thursday night, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Baker Mayfield lead an unbelievable return versus the Las Vegas Raiders for a 17-16 Rams triumph. What was more remarkable, is Mayfield just had about 2 days in L.A. prior to the video game, as he was simply gotten by the group today after he was waived by the Carolina Panthers.

He had most likely not even adapted to the time zone yet, might not have actually understood all his colleagues’ names and was not familiar with the ins and outs of the arena, however in some way he had the chemistry with his offense to march 98 backyards with 1:45 left in the video game and no timeouts to score a goal and win the video game. It actually was one for the books. 

Such an ecstatic and unforeseen return warrants an event, naturally, however Mayfield does not commemorate like a common gamer. For some factor, No. 17 likes to headbutt his gamers, which is completely regular for football, however the odd thing is he likes to do it without using a helmet.

Mayfield increased to cornerback Robert Rochell, who was using a helmet, and gone for his head. Take a take a look at the helmet to non-helmet headbutt:

This looks like it might be an injury issue and appears like it injures, however it is becoming Mayfield’s go-to event. Back in November when he remained in Carolina, Mayfield did the very same thing after a game-winning basket. He leaned in to headbutt every gamer in the line, regardless of just using a baseball hat.

I get that Mayfield tingles and wishes to commemorate with his colleagues, however possibly a handshake or a high-five is more secure. 

Warriors’ Steph Curry states he’s not thinking of retirement: ‘I do not see myself decreasing at any time quickly’

Previous article

MLS groups with open DP areas ahead of the 2023 season

Next article

You may also like

More in Football


Comments are closed.