Baker Mayfield Is Even More at Home in Year 3 of Progressive's NFL Campaign

Browns quarterback dishes on the neighbors

"I'm happy she's renovating her kitchen. But if I have to hear about subway tile one more time..."

Cleveland Browns star Baker Mayfield dishes the "hot goss" with neighbors—and rocks a fanny pack for a yard sale—as he quarterbacks the third year of Progressive's NFL campaign.

As usual, Mayfield's wife Emily joins in the fun, and the pair deliver low-key, sitcom-style laughs in and around their "home"—the 2-million-square-foot FirstEnergy Stadium:

Baker Mayfield Shares Hot Goss | Progressive
Baker Mayfield Holds A Yard Sale | Progressive

The trailer below previews more ads in the series from Arnold Worldwide and O Positive director Kenny Herzog, which touts Progressive as a leading provider of insurance for homeowners.

BTS with Baker and Emily Mayfield Season 3 | Progressive Exclusive

"When we kicked off this season, we talked a lot about how the third season is when great shows really find themselves," says Arnold creative chief Sean McBride. "And, to us, that's exactly what happened with 'At Home with Baker.' The basic plot is set, the characters have been developed to a certain degree, and now it's just about great writing and great execution—and maybe a surprise cameo or two thrown in for good measure."

Other returning football-themed campaigns include State Farm's work starring Mayfield's fellow NFL QBs Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers, who hang with khaki-clad spokes-dude Jake (alas, no fanny packs). And Nissan's bro-tastic Heisman House isn't quite as roomy as FirstEnergy, but trophy winners from several generations still call it home.

CREDITS

Agency: Arnold Worldwide
Sean McBride, Chief Creative Director 
Gregg Nelson, SVP Group Creative Director 
Mike Sullivan, SVP Group Creative Director
Tom Kelly, Creative Director 
Doug Harry, Creative Director 
Diana Friedman, Senior Art Director
Evan Hohenwarter, Senior Copywriter 
Val Bettini, Chief Client Officer 
Jordan Colleran, VP Marketing Director 
Esther Wang, Senior Marketing Manager 
Danielle Ivicic, VP Head of Business Affairs 
Sean Vernaglia, SVP Executive Producer 
Danielle Balanov, Assistant Producer 
Eric Rubino, Associate Director of Project Management  

Production:
Kenny Herzog, Director
Ralph Laucella, Executive Producer
Marc Grill, Executive Producer
Ken Licata, Executive Producer 
Scott Henrickson, Director of Photography
Cosmo Street, Editorial
Aaron Langley, Editor at Cosmo Street
Zero VFX, Post Production
Rob Bessette, Colorist at Finish Editorial 
Mike Secher, Sound Design at Soundtrack 
The Ski Team, Music

Client: Progressive
Jeff Charney, Chief Marketing Officer
Meghan Walsh, Business Leader of Creative Management 
Jeanine Delsanter, Marketing Manager
Loretta Czarnomski, Senior Marketing Specialist 
Andrew Christopher, Marketing Specialist 
Matt Dillon, Director of Creative Development 
Bruce Perlman, Integrated Marketing Business Leader
Lauren Barger, Director, Consumer Marketing Strategy

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