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  1. 8 points
    I DO NOT like this hire! Keep in mind, I applauded the drafting of Manziel, the hiring of Hue, & the promotion of Freddie. After analyzing the situation, I don't know Jack Shit! GO BROWNS! Canton Mike
  2. 5 points
    Speaking of new hires.. The Pats have been busy
  3. 5 points
    No but Stefanski reminds me of a Just For Men Hair Dye commercial spokesperson. if I was his agent I’d be all over that endorsement
  4. 5 points
    Now you're starting to piss me off... tends to happen when people put words in my mouth. Show me an instance when I ever put words in yours, and I'll STFU. As for "The Process"... you bet your ass I loved it. But it was less for the role Analytics played in it. It was for the Consensus decision process at the heart of it. Ring a bell? That the experiment was cut short after year 2 of a committed 5-year period was beyond stupid. Even then I never claimed it was perfect... just a work in progress that showed progress despite being hitched to the worst HC since our resurrection. My greatest frustration was the number of folks here that never even tried to understand it. Hell, most still refer to Sashi as the decider making picks, breaking ties, etc. I'm no longer sure you understand it since you're labeling the upcoming "Part Deux" simply based upon analytics having a role again. Anyway... 2 years later here we are again... only without the draft capital we suffered so much to accumulate.
  5. 5 points
    Well all excuses are gone for the Analytics Boys. They got their coach, they'll have one of their own as GM, and you have to think DePodesta will stay onboard now since he's gotten his way. Can't blame Hue for backstabbing Sashi anymore, can't blame Dorsey for ignoring DePodesta. They have the entire team lined up under "THE PROCESS: PART DEUX". No more mis-matched marriages. No more square pegs going into round holes.
  6. 5 points
  7. 4 points
    Something that has been brought up here before in various threads. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Haslams, please sell the Browns Posted Jan 02, 2020 By Other Voices Jimmy and Dee Haslam, please sell the Browns! You have shown and continue to show that you are not capable of running an NFL franchise, one that myself and many other fans support with unwavering loyalty. You can’t or won’t get out of your own way. I can’t believe that you were minority owners of the Steelers and didn’t learn a darn thing. Please sell the team for the sake of the fans. Dave Skinner,
  8. 4 points
  9. 4 points
    What RB led the NFL in rushing? Is his team still in the playoffs today? I'll give you a hint: he also set a record with 377 yards rushing in 2 consecutive playoff games as the primary reason they beat NE and Baltimore. THAT is what sets up play-action passing for a guy like Ryan Tannehill who hasn't had a very happy NFL journey in life before handing off to Henry. In fact, it even set up a play-action TD pass from Henry. While it's not very Taco friendly - there's teams in NE and Baltimore that "Remember the Titans."
  10. 3 points
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  12. 3 points
    Who hires the coordinators in Haslam Land? The HC? DePodesta? The son-in-law?
  13. 3 points
    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR The Browns should fire Jimmy Haslam Updated Jan 08, 2020;Posted Jan 08, 2020 189. 284 shares By Other Voices The guy the Cleveland Browns should fire is team owner Jimmy Haslam. He has shown he has no clue about running a franchise. Every decision he makes quickly ends up wrong. And you’ll notice that the best coaching hires have already happened without the Browns getting any of them (“Can the Browns afford to be patient with their head coach search when the Redskins and Cowboys moved quickly?" cleveland.com, Jan. 6). This is partly because the owner doesn’t know what he’s doing and can’t make up his mind, and partly because he has made Cleveland an undesirable place to be a coach or general manager. No one wants to be a one-and-done hire by a know-nothing owner. Don Lannoch, Solon
  14. 3 points
    I thought this too but word is that Haslam was not open to the changes McDaniels wanted to make. The biggest of those being him not meddling and also diminishing the role of Depo. McDaniels wasn’t hired because Jimmy wouldn’t get his fingers out of the pie. GET THIS - Dustin Fox is reporting that Stefanski has to sit down on Monday’s and review the gameplay with Haslam and Depo. If this is true we are doomed until that asshat is gone.
  15. 3 points
    https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/kevin-stefanskis-browns-coaching-staff-in-2020-whos-in-whos-out-and-who-might-be-on-the-way-to-cleveland/ fwiw
  16. 3 points
    And Schurloss just got hired as OC by the Broncos, so this thread is now a moot point.
  17. 3 points
    Well, that's the kiss of death.
  18. 3 points
    I think this hire sucks.......hope I'm wrong.
  19. 3 points
    Robert Saleh from the 49ers is my guess to be the next HC. Ed Dobbs from the Colts to be next GM . If Josh McDaniels was going to be the HC he probably would have been given the job after his interview. Saleh seems to carry a hard nose attitude that this team desperately needs. Its possible that he would bring assistants from the 49ers on the offensive side.
  20. 3 points
    So your extensive NFL background which consists of collecting football cards - you would have put everything on Kirk Cousins instad of the RB (Dalvin Cook) that carried that team? The main concerns I have about Stefanski is the team that employed him rarely trusted him enough for total empowerment. I posted his background in Minnesota which showed how many years he worked as an Assistant QB Coach. This year, they had to bring in Gary Kubiak to bail him out of the chaos that took place early on this season. I'm having difficulty seeing how this equates to Stefanski being the leader of men for all 3 phases of the game in Cleveland. None of that matters if Dee Haslam thinks the guy is gorgeous!
  21. 3 points
    I predicted in another thread that the Ravens would not go to the Super Bowl and not by accident. The blueprint to stopping the Ravens is exactly what I thought, jump on them early in the game and force Lamar Jackson to become a pocket passer. Baltimore's offense gimick offense that relies on misdirection and Lamar Jackson's speed and shiftiness. That alone allows for Lamar to hit wide open receivers, but he will not beat you from the pocket throwing into tight windows and coverage as he showed tonight. Lamar was exposed tonight.
  22. 3 points
    How can one post be so wrong?
  23. 3 points
    A 49ers fan quoting a 3 month old post of an - already banned - Ravens' fan on a Browns forum. Congrats, you win the 'shit life' award.
  24. 3 points
    I have the Titans on line 3 for Taco.................
  25. 2 points
    Kubiac OC Schwartz DC Jimmy sell the team
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