You would think in his rookie debut as a head coach in the NFL, Rob Chudzinski would want to prove he can win. He came to Cleveland and he talked a good game, after all that is why Jimmy Haslam III and the team’s CEO Joe banner said they hired him.
But so far, there hasn’t been much difference between Chudzinski’s Cleveland Browns and every other coach the team has hired and fired since returning to the league in 1999. Chud talked a great game. In the NFL actions speak louder than words.
When Chud hired his offensive coordinator, the fans were hopeful that Norv Turner could bring in a productive offense that would turn the team into winners. Some how these two coaches have become blind to the fact the team’s starting quarterback doesn’t have enough football sense to find his way into the end-zone.
Because of Chudzinki’s and Turner’s poor talent evaluation, the Browns are going down faster than an commercial airliner that has ran out of fuel. Each week Chud makes the comment “it was only one game.” Now it is to the point where those one games have turned into a 0-4 record for the man they refuse to remove from the quarterback position.
The Cleveland fans are starting to wonder if Chudzinksi is the real deal or just another fail in the Browns history of failed head coaches. Why he wants his rookie season as a head coach in the NFL to go down in flames is anybodies guess. He showed some promise one this season when he made the right decision to keep his failed quarterback sidelined even after he was medically cleared to return to the football field.
Chudzinski and Turner are satisfied with letting the Cleveland Browns fall into a hole the team won’t possibly be able to climb out of. You have to wonder why? Why let a season that could have been the team’s first winning season fall into the toilet because of one poor decision made by the Cleveland coaching staff?
Doesn’t Chudzinski want to win? Is he just a puppet on the strings that Banner controls or is this guy the head coach of the Cleveland Browns? Unless he makes some sound decisions and quickly, the fans will watch another wasted NFL season pass them by.
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