When the Browns drafted him, I thought he was a cocky hot-head that would alienate his older teammates, when in fact he has been the complete opposite. Full of confidence and swagger, he actually has all of his teammates loving the way he is on and off the field.
Having lived through Tim Couch, Charlie Frye, Brady Quinn, Johnny Manziel, etc. etc., Baker has been refreshing to watch.
I started discounting the cocky thing in 1979. It was the dig against Joe Montana, so obviously not important. One doesn't get to be an NFL QB without it and there seems to be no correlation with that commentary and success or failure. (Montana and Ryan Leaf). The thing you want to look out for is: "He's just a winner, and knows how to win". That means he's coming from a good program and has obvious flaws and weaknesses (Manzel).