Angry Hue Jackson might strip Browns offensive playcalling from Todd Haley

Paola Ditto
Ottobre 23, 2018

Tough world, that NFL.

The relationship between Browns head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley may come to a head during practice this week. That surely won't sit well with Haley, who can be a hard personality and who Jackson promised total autonomy when he was hired.

While the Cleveland Browns have surpassed their win total of the last two seasons combined this year, you could still say that they have been a disappointment.

The Browns have three more games before their bye week and Jackson will likely be coaching for his job in all of them. And that means taking over the offense, whether that means being more involved with the game-planning or taking the play-calling reins back from Haley. Jackson's background is on offense, and he called plays for the Browns (unsuccessfully) the past two seasons.

I feel like I have to and I want to", "That's what I know, so I'm not going to continue to watch something that I know how to do keep being that way, and that's just the truth. But if the offense is not playing well, and we haven't over a period of time, being a head coach and an offensive guy who's done this, I think I have every right as a head coach to jump in there and see if I can help and assist and get this thing to where I think it needs to be. "I just think that's what I do and I think I need to be a little bit more involved".

Cleveland is better this season, but there's still something that's not clicking for them.

If Jackson can survive, the clawing begins now.

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