The awesome thing is Jackson and his supporters can make the argument that the 2-5-1 record could be as good as 6-2, based on the close results that went the wrong way. Since it was announced Haslam would buy the team before the 2012 season, the Browns have gone 22-81-1.
If you follow the Cleveland Indians on twitter, you know their social media guru is at the ready with a good quip.
Also, don't be surprised if Haley gets real consideration for the permanent gig, either.
In a weird and coincidental twist, the past five Browns' head coaches - Romeo Crennel, Eric Mangini, Pat Shurmur, Rob Chudzinski and Mike Pettine - were all fired after the second Steelers game of that season.
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When the Chiefs meet the Browns on Sunday, Cleveland will have a new coach.
Hue Jackson had this and next year remaining on his contract.
During his time with the Browns, Haley's offense only managed to score more than 23 points just once, and it was in a 45-42 loss to the Raiders. "I never said I wanted to take over play-calling".
First Hue Jackson, now Todd Haley. But today it's this big thing because sure, everyone is going to look and say what's going on.
According to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Cleveland Browns have decided to make a head coaching change.