Browns fire coach

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  1. 2020cy

    2020cy Well-Known Member

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    Campbell watch starting now? I’m sure Randy P will be all over it.
     
  2. cmjh10

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    Dude isnt a good coach according to everyone on CF, not sure an NFL team would waste their time on him.
     
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  3. AlaCyclone

    AlaCyclone Well-Known Member

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    Joe Brady would be my choice.
     
  4. cyclonevac

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    CMC is going nowhere. He should at least look the way people treat him on this board. How in God’s earth can you think you have any small percent of the knowledge these guys have. Sure, this play looks stupid to you. Just how much film did you watch on that opponent in that situation? The growth of a program is not usually a straight trajectory.
    Stop your ********!
     
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  5. cyclones12321

    cyclones12321 Well-Known Member

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    That would be the worst move I could ever imagine him making for himself
     
  6. Hawkize31

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    There might be XFL jobs better than the two dumpster fires in Ohio. If Campbell is leaving, it's not gonna be for the Browns.
     
  7. tolfbfan

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    Disagree. There is plenty of talent currently on Browns roster and their GM will continue to build the roster. The proper leader can and will control these players and develop better offensive plans. Lets talk again in one year.
     
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  8. Mr Janny

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    The next coach will almost certainly get at least 2 years. Even if they have another season like this one or worse, the coach will get a second season. And if they get a guy like Ron Rivera or Mike McCarthy, they'll probably get 3 years. The GM is the one who will get the axe.
     
  9. tolfbfan

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    #9 tolfbfan, Dec 29, 2019
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    GM is John Dorsey who was KC Chiefs GM till 2016, he is well respected as a GM. He will not get fired unless owner is an idiot.

    UPDATE: Either Haslem or myself must be the idiot!
     
  10. cyrocksmypants

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    I think it should be @clonedude because his football knowledge can’t be paralleled by any available coaches or current ncaa coaches.
     
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  11. Rabbuk

    Rabbuk Well-Known Member

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    I mean we already know the browns are owned by idiots
     
  12. tolfbfan

    tolfbfan Well-Known Member

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    True, but I'm always the eternal optimist.
     
  13. Mr Janny

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    If they have another sub par season, he'll definitely be on the hotseat. If their next coach flames out, Dorsey will be gone for sure. Respected or not.
     
  14. Lineup

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    are you sure anyone wants him>
     
  15. tolfbfan

    tolfbfan Well-Known Member

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    If that is the case the Browns will of ignored their history and made the cycle of futility grow even stronger. We (browns) once fired a young coach who was alittle under 500 and now look at him.
     
  16. Peter

    Peter Well-Known Member

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    Dorsey would need a good recruiting pitch, but I think Campbell would be interested if the conditions are right. That team is loaded with talent and just needs some decent leadership and management to get to the playoffs.
     
  17. dosry5

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    Do the Browns have a QB sneak in their playbook?
     
  18. CloneGuy8

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  19. CTTB78

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    Confirmed. Haslem is an idiot.
     
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  20. Royalclone

    Royalclone Well-Known Member

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    Haslem may be an idiot - for hiring Dorsey in the first place. There was a reason thhe Chiefs dumped him. He's not that good at judging talent, plus he sucks at salary cap management
     
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