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Browns officially keep head coach Hue Jackson

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam will not make a coaching change. Sure, if Hue Jackson was with another team, he would sure be fired with a 1-31 record.

However, according to Cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot, Haslam said Jackson will return despite becoming the second team in NFL history to go winless in a season. Yes, that’s right, they went 0-16.

Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson walking on the field after a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers to go 0-16 on the season (Getty Images)

Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson walking on the field after a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers to go 0-16 on the season (Getty Images)

The Browns joined the 2008 Detroit Lions as the only teams in NFL history to go 0-16 in a season.

Jackson took over before the start of the 2016 season, the guided the team to a 1-15 record. He has the worst two-year mark in NFL history.

The 52-year-old said he was even going to jump into Lake Erie after having another disappointing season.

“I don’t think anyone else could’ve done this job for the past two years,” Jackson said. “I don’t think we’re as far away as many people think we are.”

The Browns have a lot of young talent. They also have an experienced football executive in John Dorsey, who will make a bunch of personnel changes after this offseason after taking over for Sashi Brown.

Regardless of the moves, the Browns sure have a lot of confidence in a guy, who has not shown much as their head coach. He says that the team can have a quick turnaround, but will they? History shows no.

The team has not had a winning a winning season since the 2012 season. If they are going to have a quick turnaround, the team will definitely need to find its quarterback of the future, as their three quarterbacks are not the answer now.

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