Cleveland Browns: A Coach’s Way to Fix the Offense

November 7, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The offense has stumbled and struggled. The passing game is inconsistent and the running game fails to get critical yardage.
There are a number of things that can and must be done to fix the offense. It is the job of a coach to put his players in the best situation to be successful and the existing Browns staff has failed to do that on a regular basis. As the young defense develops, a small improvement in scoring can have a dramatic impact on the team's record.
It is clear that, despite new ownership, the team is not going to bring in a veteran WR or a blocking FB. Those changes would have helped a lot.
The first move that should be made is to take the play-calling away from Pat Shurmur. I have resigned myself to the fact that he is not going to be fired this week. That is a major disappointment. But at the very least, the play-calling needs to be put in the hands of someone else—anyone else. 
Offensive coordinator Brad Childress would be a lo...

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