Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Jan. 6)

January 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

“If you want me to make dinner, let me buy the groceries.”
— Bill Parcells, on his desire as head coach to have control of personnel
“You can’t make chicken salad out of chicken (excrement)”
— Common saying
In yet another season of  unsatisfied hunger for Browns fans, we would do well to look at where we started, how we finished, and how we got there. After all, while our collective stomach is still growling we did get a few treats at the end.
1. In the Beginning: The Empty Kitchen
The season started with a hungry fan base, but Cleveland Browns Head Coach Eric Mangini walked into a kitchen with not only an empty refrigerator and empty cupboards, but rodent droppings all over the floor.
The 2008 campaign ended with a team that had given up on its beloved “players’ coach.” Said team had not scored a single offensive touchdown in its final six games, limping home to a 4-12 record with i...

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