Now 1-22 in his Browns tenure, the time has come for the Browns to fire Hue Jackson. A failure from top to bottom has forced the Browns need to take a new direction if they ever hope to see success.
Hue Jackson’s bumbling of the Browns’ quarterback situation has only been outdone by him bumbling the postgame press conference following the team’s most recent loss.
The Browns left much to be desired in a 33-17 loss to the Texans on the road. One of the biggest questions looming: Who will the lone winless team in the NFL start at quarterback next week against the Titans?
The Browns quarterback situation is once again unsettled. Kevin Hogan has been named the Week 6 starter, and maybe this is the choice that should have happened from the beginning.
Hue Jackson’s “ride or die” with DeShone Kizer lasted all of five weeks.
It is time for Cleveland Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson to give up play calling for the betterment of the offense and the team overall.
A slew of losers following the Browns’ Week 5 loss to the Jets, but it all starts at the top.
The Cleveland Browns lost their fifth game of the season on Sunday, falling to the New York Jets, 17-14, at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Checking in on each offensive position group at the quarter poll of the season. Avert your eyes.
Can you stomach a review of DeShone Kizer’s Week 4?
The Browns’ front office costs them yet another one as they were decimated in Week 4.
The Browns start to 2017 hasn’t been pretty. The results keep getting worse after falling 31-7 to previously winless Bengals.
Jimmy Haslam held a conference call with his people this week, and rumors of unrest resulted. That’s on Jimmy and it’s on him to fix it by just doing nothing.
DeShone Kizer kept us his familair pace in Week 3: plenty of good with some unforgettable bad. Kizer has to find more consistency moving forward in order for the Browns to see success.
Browns running back/receiver Duke Johnson has received just 17 touches over the course of the first three weeks of the season. The Browns must get Johnson the ball more in the offense and allow him to make more plays for the team.
Remember Peyton Hillis? The Browns need to remember him in order to start bringing along their rookie quarterback.
This was supposed to be the “get right” game. Yeah, about that…
The Cleveland Browns lost their third game of the 2017 season on Sunday, falling 31-28 to the Indianapolis Colts. The Browns second quarter flop was too hard for the Browns to overcome in their comeback attempt.
The Cleveland Browns defensive alignment has been, umm, interesting thus far in 2017. So, why the heck are they having Jabrill Peppers play as if he is receiving a punt every play?
Week two presented the down side of young quarterbacks in the NFL. That doesn’t mean all hope is lost, as both DeShone Kizer and Kevin Hogan both showed plenty of positive to work with.