Cleveland Browns: Could Mike Holmgren Be Bringing on His Dream Team? (Part 3)

December 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the Cleveland Browns playing for the 2011 NFL season with three games left in the 2010 season, one man stands to lose the most if the Browns cannot win one or two of their remaining games against their AFC North division rivals.
That man is Eric Mangini.
Mangini has faced all odds in his two seasons in Cleveland and had faced more pressure than any head coach of the team since the rebirth of the franchise in 1999.
Starting off the 2009 season, which was one of the most historical starts to any season for any NFL team with an offense that could not function and was even outscored by the New Orleans Saints defense at the midpoint of the season, Mangini was instantly criticized by all analysts, fans and whoever had a voice to put the coach into the line of fire.
To defend Mangini, he has faced all these odds with a roster that was devoid of talent and needed a stronger front office than the one that was brought in with Mangini in 2009.
Enter president Mike Ho...

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