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The Browns continue to be a dumpster fire (Banner and Lombardi fired)

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This is less surprising than the Chudzinksi firing.  But overall that team will be a disaster for many years to come.

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just the timing is so fuging weird, why didn't the guy just fire fuging everybody from the beginning?

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What a hot mess they truly are. Embarassing. I do love the Browns though. Seriously they were my team before 1995 and have only won one game against the Panthers-a game where Jake was QB and Kasay missed a 40 yard game winning FG-a game that made sure we stayed #1 in the draft (Cam), and made sure they couldn't draft AJ Green and Patrick Peterson who they wanted, and ensured the falcunts would ruin themselves by trading it all for Julio, which wouldn't have happened without Jake and John! They may have lost in 2003, but by ensuring we got Cam by losing that game, they will give Panther fans many Super Bowls to come AND ruin the falcunts, BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

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Lord have mercy what an utter disaster this team is.

So if they don't win the Super Bowl next year, what? Just fire everybody and start over again? Does Haslam think he's playing Madden?

Here's hoping they start dumping good players too. Make it easier for the teams that actually have a clue what they're doing.

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This is probably related to their coaching search not going well last month

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