Found November 17, 2012 on Cleveland Sports 360:
Why the Cleveland Browns didn’t make a change during the bye week by getting rid of head coach Pat Shumur is anyone’s guess.  After the teams last game when Shurmur showed the world he couldn’t even get the plays in on time, many people thought the bye week would give the teams new owner the opportunity to bring in a coach that can actually coach in the N.F.L. and produce a win by using the teams talent properly. That didn’t happen and now we hear from Josh Cribbs once again. Cribbs has only touched the football 8 times on offense this season, last year he was a key member of the Browns offense and when he caught the ball he made things happen. The Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur certainly handicaps the football team with his inability to get things right. The Browns are already at a disadvantage just having a head coach like Pat Shurmur who obviously doesn’t understand what it takes to win in the NFL.  Shurmur is a huge reason why the Browns went 4-12 last season and his is...
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