PAT SHURMUR RUMORS & GOSSIP

Pat Shurmur “awarded” Worst Coach, Most Useless Challenge

On the heels of the Greater Cleveland Sports awards, it seems like a good time to see what the rest of awards season brings. Grantland’s resident NFL coaching critic Bill Barnwell has taken down Pat Shurmur all season, and now that it is in the books, he’s deemed Pat Shurmur’s challenge from a week eight game against the Chargers to be the “Most Useless.” On the first play...
Via Waiting For Next Year
January 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Former Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur Is Now Delusional Thinks He Is Highly Thought Of As An O.C.

Has the pressure of being a head coach in the NFL touched Pat Shurmur in his mind a little? He thinks he is highly thought of as an offensive coordinator in the NFL. Does he know what his record is calling the plays offensively? Come on Shurmur if you were that good you would still be employed by the Browns. You stink calling plays in the NFL. In St. Louis you went 2-14 in your first...
Via Cleveland Sports 360
December 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Browns intend on dumping Shurmur & Heckert, pursue Saban & McDaniels

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Cleveland Browns plan on firing both head coach Pat Shurmur and general manager Tom Heckert at the end of the season. Alabama coach Nick Saban has been saying he isn’t leaving the program, but some NFL executives are less than convinced, and the Cleveland Browns in particular are prepared to vie for his services. The Browns intend...
Via Pro Football Zone
December 23, 2012  |  3 Comments

Shurmur has Browns headed in right direction

Browns coach Pat Shurmur sees major progress in his young team and room to grow. With a game-clinching, 94-yard touchdown drive in the fourth quarter Sunday at Oakland, the Browns (4-8) snapped a 12-game road losing streak and won their second straight game. It's another step forward for Cleveland, which is trying to shake off years of losing and mostly horrendous football....
Via AP on Fox
December 03, 2012  |  Discuss

What Does Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur Have To Be Thankful For This Thanksgiving Season?

The Cleveland Browns are now 2-8 and many Browns fans are probably wondering what a guy like Browns head coach Pat Shumur has to be thankful for this holiday season. For the fans that lived through the 2011 season you probably already know what coach Shurmur has to be thankful for, for those of you that may be new to the Cleveland Browns you probably think Shumur has very little...
Via Cleveland Sports 360
November 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Shurmur on Brandon Weeden “I think he’s got a chance to be an outstanding player.”

Pat Shurmur spoke to the media following the team’s practice on Wednesday and spoke about rookie QB Brandon Weeden- (On one aspect of Brandon Weeden’s game that has to improve over the rest of the season)- “Don’t throw interceptions. Done, end of story. I want to be right to the point.” (On if he worries about Weeden being more tentative after hearing he needs to throw...
Via Waiting For Next Year
November 15, 2012  |  3 Comments

Browns Pat Shurmur Talks About His Little World

Pat Shumur says I’ve just got to keep driving the team and fighting to get victories and that’s my little world.” I wonder if the guy is feeling the heat yet? Shurmur no longer has his buddy Mike Holmgren to answer to, he has to answer to Joe Banner and Jimmy Haslam, The Browns who are 2-7 haven’t done a lot of winning this season, they should be able to pick up another win...
Via Cleveland Sports 360
November 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Can Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur Avoid Setting A Franchise Record Of 12 Straight Losses?

It is time for Pat Shurmur to put aside his dislike for the media and focus on avoiding going where no Browns coach has ever been before. The Browns need a win to get their season going and to avoid setting a franchise record of 12 straight losses in a row. I think Pat Shurmur is in over his head and he doesn’t know how to manage the game as former legendary head coach Sam Rutigliano...
Via Cleveland Sports 360
October 11, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL News: Pat Shurmur Calling and Emailing Critical Reporters

In a column which preceded the unprofessional post-game antics from Sunday afternoon, Plain Dealer columnist Bud Shaw had a line item wherein Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur was called out for phoning and emailing reporters and columnists off of the record with the goal being to chastise said criticism.“Short of winning, though, [Shurmur would] do himself a favor if he...
Via Waiting For Next Year
October 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns game wasn’t lost on Shurmur’s 3rd and 1 play call

In no way do I have the means to defend Pat Shurmur considering the collapse that took place in the Browns game today after getting off to a huge lead. Still, people who want to criticize Pat Shurmur need to do better than hanging Brandon Weeden’s awful second quarter interception on the coach as they seemed to be doing on both sports talk radio stations this evening. 1 Either...
Via Waiting For Next Year
October 07, 2012  |  2 Comments
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