Cleveland Browns: Why Eric Mangini Should Remain The Head Coach

January 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.
This mantra defines the success that Eric Mangini and the Browns experienced in the middle of the season. It also describes why things went downhill late in the season, after teams were ready for the Browns. 
Despite another poor record, Eric Mangini deserves to keep his job.
There is no doubt that he works as hard as anyone in the league and has done more with less all year. It would be a mistake to not let him continue the job he started. 
The fact that the Browns have one of the lowest talent pools in the league—from trading away the likes of Kellen Winslow and Braylon Edwards—can be traced back to Mangini.
He was, after all, in charge of all personnel moves last season. He made some poor decisions that left few dynamic players on Cleveland’s roster. 
The whole fault of this can’t be laid at Mangini’s feet, though.
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