In addition to the work that I do here at Dawg Pound Daily, I have the opportunity to write a weekly column with the Blog Blitz section over at NFL.com. I’ll post an excerpt of my article, and you can follow the link to read the rest.
Here is this week’s excerpt:
There is a very valid argument for hiring a coordinator to be a team’s head coach. After all, how else does a guy get his shot at being a head coach? It makes sense for a lot of teams to hire a coordinator, whether it’s his first attempt or a vaunted second chance. But, for a team like the Cleveland Browns, hiring a coordinator to fill the vacancy left by the recently-fired Eric Mangini just doesn’t seem to make sense.