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Chudzinski will be a train wreck of a head coach

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Cleveland sure knows how to pick them.

Chudzinski had major growing pains just as an offensive coordinator, and still had not settled into the job. Now they are going to triple his responsibilities? This is going to be fun to watch.

Chud is the offensive equivalent of Jack Del Rio.

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Exactly. Cleveland is not a good organization. It's where players and coaches go to die.

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he's smarter than river, tho. he had enough sense to go out and get a guy with HC experience on his staff.

we'll be looking for a replacement before them.

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Who cares, he is gone now

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I never thought of him as much of a leader. More of a crazy, aloof analytical type. Like a quieter version of mike martz. That doesn't really translate into head coaching material.

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I never thought of him as much of a leader. More of a crazy, aloof analytical type. Like a quieter version of mike martz. That doesn't really translate into head coaching material.

Thats a good comparison. A less experienced Mike Martz.

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And like Martz, his ego will get the best of him

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martz won a superbowl, didn't he?

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Head coach from the box! Should be funny to see

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His offense won 10 games with Derek Anderson in Cleveland, and he took this unit from worst to top 10 with a rookie quarterback. I wouldn't be so quick to write the guy off.

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