After going 3-36-1 with zero wins on the road, Hue Jackson has been fired by the Browns. It is a little shocking that an organization that is so quick with their firing trigger finger would have actually waited this long on a coach that boasted a .205 winning percentage.
Making matters worse, since taking over before the 2016 season, Jackson’s Browns have the worst points-per-game in the NFL. And Jackson is an offensive minded head coach. The way Jackson handled DeShone Kizer last year was coaching malpractice. Not only did he jerk the rookie quarterback in and out of the lineup, showing little faith in him or conviction as a coach, but Jackson’s scheme with a lot of slow developing isolation routes gave Kizer little chance at success, especially with the Browns’ receivers.
The Browns absolutely should look at one of these bright young offensive coaches with the innovative ideas and college principles that are making young quarterbacks successful. Imagine Baker Mayfield in Kansas City right now or with the Rams.
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