The Cleveland Browns are 4-2, but it doesn't feel that way after last week's 38-7 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"The feeling throughout [our] building after that loss -- 4-2 has never felt so much like 0-6 before," Baker Mayfield said. "But that's because we have very high expectations for ourselves."
Beckham was visibly upset on the sideline during the loss to Pittsburgh.
"I'm pissed," Beckham said. "And at this point, I don't really care to keep trying to make myself look like a good guy to the world and all that s---. ... Tired of losing. Tired of losing to good teams."
The Browns last held a winning record during the 2014 season. They are two games over .500, but both losses have been blowouts to divisional opponents.