On Monday afternoon, Cleveland head coach Rob Chudzinski met with the media and talked again about the loss to the Jets and the 4-11 Browns.
“After watching tape, I feel the same way as I did last night. Not happy with our performance, as both coaches and players. Our execution was not good enough. We weren’t able to accomplish the things we set out to in terms of our plan in order to win. Specifically turnovers, the performance in the third down and the red zone, as well as the line-of-scrimmage battle up front on both sides of the ball,” said Chudzniski.”
“I know how important this team is to this region and to our fans, and we’re going to keep fighting to get this thing turned around.”
Chudzinski’s Browns finish the season on Sunday in Pittsburgh against the 7-8 Steelers. Pittsburgh beat the Packers in overtime on Sunday to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. After losing their first four games and six of their first eight, the Steelers have won five of their last seven, including a 27-11 win over the Browns in week 12.
The Browns have lost six games in a row and nine of their last ten.
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