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What Are Your Final Thoughts On Hue Jackson?

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  1. 1. Was Hue Truly Given a fair Opportunity?

    • Yes we had enough talent for him to perform better
      21
    • No Sashi took ripped this too far that Hue didn't have enough talent to judge him as a coach
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  2. 2. Is Hue the worst HC we've had ever?

    • Yes
      16
    • Yes
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This dude is an idiot

how are you gonna be the Head Coach and have to ask ownership for the rights to play calling back. 

This dude is a clown I can't believe they let this man coach our team 

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This feel sorry for me tour he is on is making me sick. I use to think highly of him as a person. I no longer do

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He got payed millions to do one of the coolest jobs possible, I am notsorry for him.

He wasn't the right man for an extremely hard job, the tank. If he coached and acted the way he did at the start of his time he may of had better results. He became as much about his image as his coaching.

It was Hue Jackson 1

Browns 2

That is not the leader you need in tough spots. 

For what Sachi did, peace be upon him, I am not sure there was a man for the job, maybe bill b, or john harbaugh, I think you need a disciplined style of coaching for a tank job.

 

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18 minutes ago, NateDawg said:

Fire Hue again. 

That would mean we'd have to rehire Hue again.

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I believe we had enough talent at the lake that cold day for someone to have held his head under water and did us all a favor. 

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15 minutes ago, NudeTayne said:

That would mean we'd have to rehire Hue again.

Hire Hue throw him into the lake then fire Hue. 

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When you refuse to hold yourself accountable, blame-shift, and try to undermine the GM by going behind his back and over his head, how are you going to develop any type of positive culture on your football team, let alone talent, discipline, and accountability? He's one of the worst HC I've ever seen in any sport. Aside from the sheer amount of penalties, very few young players developed under Hue, and the culture in the locker room was toxic. Ask Landry, who came from the Dolphins. Motivating professionals to PRACTICE wasn't even important for him. 

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He didn’t have talent to win, i’ll concede that, but you don’t need talent to show that you can put together a scheme that accentuates your player’s strong suits and abilities. He did that year one, not at all last season.

Last season he essentially thumbed his nose at the front office and ran a scheme that was in direct opposition to what his talent indicated he should have. Then he went around them and tried to make a terrible trade before leading the charge to fire them.  

He was awful.

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Arguably the Bull crapper we've ever seen, we literally went 0-16 and he would talk as if we were a few plays away from being 16-0.

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He didn't have the talent to win a lot of games, but he definitely had the talent to win more than four games in 2.5 years. The talent last year wasn't 0-16 bad. That was on Hue and Kizer. And Hue insisted on starting Kizer when Kessler, while certainly limited, gave us a better chance to win last year when Kizer clearly wasn't ready.

My final thoughts on Hue: Good riddance.

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