Cleveland Browns: How Many Wins Should Fans Expect from Chudzinski’s First Year?

July 13, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After going 9-23 in two seasons under Pat Shurmur, the Cleveland Browns decided to make a switch, hiring Rob Chudzinski as his successor. Chudzinski was most recently the offensive coordinator of the Carolina Panthers but served in that same role with the Browns in 2007-08.
Chudzinski did a masterful job with the Panthers, inheriting the worst overall offense in the league and moving them all the way up to No. 7 in 2011. They were ranked No. 12 last year.
This has to be encouraging for fans of the Browns, as only seven teams were more putrid on offense in 2012 than Cleveland. But how soon can Chudzinski turn things around?
The Browns compete in the AFC North where the defending Super Bowl champions reside. The Browns have finished no better than third in the division every year since 2007. Winning games against Baltimore and Pittsburgh has proven difficult as the Browns have a 12-45 record against them since 1999.
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