Cleveland Browns Need To Win Early for Eric Mangini in 2010

July 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Predicting what the Cleveland Browns will do in 2010 is about as easy as predicting who will win a stock car race.
There is one school of thought promoting the task of rebuilding the Browns still is at such an early point that a 2-14 season is something everyone should prepare for.
Another school of thought exists that between Team President Mike Holmgren's changes and the retention of head coach Eric Mangini, the Browns will become the dark horse of the NFL in 2010 and win as many as nine games.
This piece does not endorse either school of thought because too many personnel changes have been made in the last six months to get an accurate picture at this point in time as to how the Browns will perform in 2010.
The only consistencies fans can point to going into training camp is that Joshua Cribbs will continue dazzle at what he does and Mangini and his coaches are about the only other major holdovers from last year.
The roster hasn't been completely turned over...

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