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Brown is a NFL guy, and he had no control of Haslam's hires. Y'all are confusing him with DePodesta.

Edited by jrry32

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Just now, jrry32 said:

Brown is a NFL guy, and he had no control of Haslam's hires. Y'all are confusing him with DePodesta.

My mistake I guess. I wonder what this means for Hue Jackson?

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Just now, BroncoSojia said:

My mistake I guess. I wonder what this means for Hue Jackson?

Well, it could mean two things:

1. Hue won a power struggle; or

2. Hue is next to go.

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He should have never been the GM to begin with. Cleveland can blame him and his analytics team for not having Carson Wentz as their franchise QB. 

Edited by Tony7188

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I liked Sashi and didn’t want to see him or Jackson leave.  I think they just need more time to turn this franchise around.  Hopefully they can land a good GM like Jerry Reese or something!

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Here comes Peyton. I bet we get Eli in free agency now too. LOL. This is a freaking circus. 

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6 minutes ago, jrry32 said:

Well, it could mean two things:

1. Hue won a power struggle; or

2. Hue is next to go.

This is the Browns. They are going to fire Hue for the mistakes the F.O. made in surrounding that team with capable talent at the QB position. Hue will most likely go 0-16 as the HC (which means he's gone), but I think he's gotten a raw deal in Cleveland.

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Fired passing on Wentz and Watson, but to be honest the drafts haven't been as bad as people suggest, but you just can't pass on Franchise QBs

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4 minutes ago, jrry32 said:

Well, it could mean two things:

1. Hue won a power struggle; or

2. Hue is next to go.

Id bet on the former, but it's Haslam I'm not sure firing one guy is enough.

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