By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Just last off-season, the Cleveland Browns thought that Rob Chudzinski would be their head coach to turn the team around.
However, a year later, the Browns are expected to fire Chudzinski tomorrow on Black Monday. This is the shocker of the Black Monday firings, as this wasn’t mention as much as the other firings, which have been speculated for some time.
The Browns are 4-11 presently under their first-year head coach. Should they lose to the Pittsburgh Steelers, they would end the season on a 7-game losing streak, and a Top 10 draft pick.
Under Chudzinski, the Browns have been competitive despite having to use three quarterbacks this season. Plus, the Browns have had no running back support, as Willis McGahee led the Browns with 377 rushing yards.
While many of the offense and defense has struggled under Chudzinski, the Browns loan bright sports were tight end Jordan Cameron and wide receiver Josh Gordon. Both players have emerged as top tier talent at their positions.
Cameron has 75 receptions for 848 yards with 7 touchdowns. Gordon was suspended for two games, but still has put up 80 receptions for 1,564 with 9 touchdowns.
The Browns have been in a never-ending rebuilding process since they returned to the National Football League in 1999. This would be their 8th head coach since 1999 when they find a new coach.
It is also the 11th straight season that the Browns have missed the playoffs.
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