Mayfield quarterbacks a run-oriented team and doesn’t offer much as a runner himself, so it takes an out-of-the-ordinary passing effort to post a big game. He played all 16 games last year and finished as the No. 17 quarterback with the No. 22 per game average. He did post pretty good numbers down the stretch–286 yards, 1.8 touchdowns, 20.4 points per game from Week 12 to Week 17–which perhaps bodes well for his second season in Kevin Stefanski’s offense. He will also get Odell Beckham back from injury, which should help despite the narrative that Mayfield is better without Beckham on the field.