WarrenDawg Posted October 22, 2010 Report Share Posted October 22, 2010 Before calling for Mangini’s head, take a minute to think about Browns head coaches since 1999. I think things were much worse with past head coaches… Chris Palmer, 5-27 overall, 3-17 in division, no winning seasons, no playoffs Butch Davis, 24-35 overall, 12-16 in division, 1 winning season, 1 playoff appearance Terry Robiskie, 1-4 overall, finished out 2004 season for Butch Davis Romeo Crennel, 24-40 overall, 5-19 in division, 1 winning season, no playoffs Eric Mangini, 6-17 overall, 2-7 in division, no winning seasons, no playoffs Notes: Chris Palmer had a pretty bad expansion team, but managed to win 50% of games against the Steelers. Butch Davis had the best overall winning percentage and the most success in the division. Crennel won 10 games in 2007 and looked like things were turning around until a complete collapse in 2008. I know patience is wearing thin, but I think the jury is still out on Mangini. I want to believe that the team is finally being built the proper way. Of course, the front office and O & D coordinators contribute to the success & failure of head coaches. One thing is for certain… Regime changes cause instability to the team. Successful teams don’t change key personnel every three years! Which makes me want to ask: Who do you think was the worst head coach since the Browns return? Is Mangini the best of the worst? Is history just repeating itself? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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