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Rob Chudisnski was fired after one season with the Browns. A season where he was handed a 29 year old QB who won't cut it in the league, found a decent starting QB only to watch him get injured, and depended most of his season on league run around Jason Campbell.

Of the three position players worth anything (Gordon, Richardson and Cameron) Gordon was suspended for two games, Richardson was traded, and Cameron missed time with an injury.

Now they do have two first round picks this year. But I wonder if that organization will ever understand what it takes to build a winning team.

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Rob Chudisnski was fired after one season with the Browns. A season where he was handed a 29 year old QB who won't cut it in the league, found a decent starting QB only to watch him get injured, and depended most of his season on league run around Jason Campbell.

Of the three position players worth anything (Gordon, Richardson and Cameron) Gordon was suspended for two games, Richardson was traded, and Cameron missed time with an injury.

Now they do have two first round picks this year. But I wonder if that organization will ever understand what it takes to build a winning team.

Usually, you have to look at the top, and in this case, the ownership.

This is only the first of how many HCs fired?

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Usually, you have to look at the top, and in this case, the ownership.

This is only the first of how many HCs fired?

Three so far. Chud, Leslie Frazier, and Shanahan have all been fired today.

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LOL, how quickly they fall.

Maybe we should re-title this thread as the NFL fired coaching thread? :)

Schwaltz is gone.

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Why would someone want that job. I know they have a bunch of draft picks coming, but if you can't get more than a year, why bother?

Because there are only 32 of those jobs available in the world and a lot of coaches have the confidence that they hold the key to turning that franchise around. All you need to know though is that Belichek failed there.

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Because there are only 32 of those jobs available in the world and a lot of coaches have the confidence that they hold the key to turning that franchise around. All you need to know though is that Belichek failed there.

Head Coach salary is a big draw for some of the guys that never had a big pay check before.

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Because there are only 32 of those jobs available in the world and a lot of coaches have the confidence that they hold the key to turning that franchise around. All you need to know though is that Belichek failed there.

Right, there are only 32, but 5-7 open up every year it seems. Now, yes, I would take the job because I could use that paycheck and have a zero percent chance of getting any NFL coach. But for talented coordinators like Zimmer or Gruden or Whisenhunt, why bother?

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Because there are only 32 of those jobs available in the world and a lot of coaches have the confidence that they hold the key to turning that franchise around. All you need to know though is that Belichek failed there.

IIRC when Belichek was there it was the Art Modell Browns (now Ravens). Same city but entirely different people. If you're Josh McDaniels do you really want the Browns job? Very secure in NE, Belichek can't stay there forever. Why not wait for an offer in a more stable situation rather than risk having a dysfunctional org help saddle him with an 0-2 record. I don't think anyone gets a 3rd shot anymore.

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IIRC when Belichek was there it was the Art Modell Browns (now Ravens). Same city but entirely different people. If you're Josh McDaniels do you really want the Browns job? Very secure in NE, Belichek can't stay there forever. Why not wait for an offer in a more stable situation rather than risk having a dysfunctional org help saddle him with an 0-2 record. I don't think anyone gets a 3rd shot anymore.

You do remember correctly. In fact, if you want to get really technical, the very first coach (well, on the second time around in the NFL) here was Belichick. Though he was fired exactly one week after the move was made official. Can you imagine if Modell had decided to keep him?

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