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27.12.2019 08:16
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upset with Hue Jackson after Jackson was fired as the team’s coach last season and went to work for the Bengals , but he wasn’t alone in harboring bad feelings about the former coach.Tight end David Njoku was a guest on The Rich Eisen Show Tuesday and was asked whether Mayfield’s slam of Jackson following a game against the Bengals last season was a case of the quarterback speaking for the entire locker room.“Well, obviously we weren’t happy with what Hue said about us after he left. It is what it is,” Njoku said. “Baker didn’t appreciate it. We came together after Hue left and took it upon ourselves to work extra hard to finish the year strong. . . . Baker has a voice, as we all do, and he didn’t appreciate what happened. It’s not like we’re robots. We felt, in a way Browns Customized Color Rush Jerseys , disrespected. It is what it is.”The Browns responded well after Jackson was fired, but the same kind of in-season motivational boost isn’t expected this year. They’ll need to find something, though, because coming close to a winning record this year won’t be seen as the same kind of accomplishment. What a turn of events it has been for Freddie Kitchens.About the New HiringAccording to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, the Cleveland Browns are promoting Kitchens to be their new head coach on Wednesday. He will replace former head coach Hue Jackson and interim head coach Gregg Williams.The Baker Mayfield FactorWhen Kitchens took over the playcalling duties from the fired Todd Haley, the offense had a significant turnaround Cleveland Browns T-Shirts , and Baker Mayfield especially came alive. It was like the restraints had been taking off. Other things improved too — receivers stopped dropping passes, the running backs were hot, and the offensive line wasn’t allowing any sacks. Take a look at Mayfield’s productivity before and after the coaching changes:Gregg Williams is OUTIt appears that Gregg Williams’ time with the club will end, per Dan Graziano of ESPN.Was it the Right Move?This is from my perspective: after the firing of Hue Jackson and Todd Haley, we didn’t expect the club to have as great of a turnaround as they did. Gregg Williams deserves a lot of credit for keeping things together, but the real difference maker was Freddie Kitchens’ offensive playcalling.My mentality was “if Kitchens worked so well with Mayfield and the offense , then why the heck would we risk losing him?” If the Browns had hired a defensive coach and tried to retain Kitchens as their offensive coordinator, then you run the risk of losing Kitchens a year from now to another club. Yes, Cleveland may have accidentally stumbled into Kitchens as their top head coaching candidate, but who cares? If it works, it works.I don’t mind the team taking a different direction defensively. When I look at this season’s productivity, the unit was better than they were in 2017 Cleveland Browns Hoodie , particularly in the area of forcing turnovers. However, nothing was groundbreaking or innovative. Players like Emmanuel Ogbah and Jamie Collins underachieved. This seems like a good time to bring in a fresh mind defensively to see how their vision can improve the unit — because it’s not like it could get worse, really, with a coaching change.What Are Your Thoughts?



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