Breakfast with Brownie

Morning Browns Fans!!!

Well the season has finally come to a disastrous halt, coupled with the firing of head coach Rob Chudzinski late last night.

Dec 8, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski throws up his arms after pass interference was called on cornerback Leon McFadden during the fourth quarter of their 27-26 loss to the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Dec 8, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski throws up his arms after pass interference was called on cornerback Leon McFadden during the fourth quarter of their 27-26 loss to the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

The only good it seems that has come from this abomination of a season is the Browns secured the fourth pick in the 2014 NFL draft.  Hopefully, this means we get our franchise quarterback, but with this front office you never know.

I’ll leave you with this….

If the front office couldn’t hire the right guy for their so-called “long-term success” plan, and fired their hand-picked coach a year later, what makes us think they will get the pick right in the draft?

This is one of the biggest draft year’s in current Browns history.  They cannot miss on this pick.  Take last year’s mediocre draft record, and add their obvious admittance of Chudzinski being the wrong hire, and how competent does this front office really seem?

An interesting offseason just became much more interesting that’s for sure!!!

 

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Official quote from the Cleveland Browns on the firing of former head coach Rob Chudzinski.

“We appreciate Chud’s passion for the Browns, and we have great respect for him both personally and professionally. We needed to see progress with this football team. We needed to see development and improvement as the season evolved and, unfortunately, we took a concerning step backward in the second half of the year.

“Our fans deserve to see a consistently competitive team. We have high standards, and there’s an urgency for success. When we believed we were not positioned to achieve significant progress in 2014, we knew we had to admit that a change was needed, and move forward.

“Browns fans are the most loyal and passionate supporters in the NFL. We’re fully committed to bringing them the winning football team they deserve.”

 

Browns left tackle Joe Thomas when asked earlier in the night if firing Chudzinksi would hurt the Browns organization.   “It sets everything back. You just hit the rest button. Anytime you hit the rest button, it severely damages the organization, and it lengthens the amount of time that it takes to get back to the playoffs and turn the team into a consistent winner.”

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

 

>Very interesting tweet by Nfl Draft Analyst Matt Miller…..hmm

 

 

>Nothing else more to say after reading this tweet by Marc Sessler. And then we wonder why we are the laughing stock.

 

 

>Very interesting tweet by LaCanfora.  Love to know more about the “Rocky” interview experience last year in Cleveland.

 

Thanks everyone for taking the time to read “Breakfast with Brownie”.  Please feel free to comment here or at the bottom of any other one of our articles here at Dawg Pound Daily.  You can find us all on Twitter as well, so feel free to contact any of us.  We always love to talk Browns football!!!

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  • Josh Hart

    I for one have been a supporter of this FO and what they’d done so far, but after this crap, I am flabbergasted. I guess I shouldn’t be, it is the Browns after all, but wow. I will not support the Browns any longer until they prove they can put an NFL team on the field and act like a professional & competent organization. No more attending games, wearing, or buying anything Browns related. Hopefully more fans do the same until it’s felt in the pocket books of Haslam, Banner, and the rest. What a sorry & dysfunctional team!

    • Sam Gold

      OK, Josh, we get it. You can stop cutting and pasting now.

      • Josh Hart

        Not until it gets through to Browns fans!

        • Sam Gold

          Fair enough but I think your audience is reading all the same articles/posts here that you are.

          • Josh Hart

            I understand and I do apologize for the spam. I wa pretty pissed last night, and still am, so I just decided to get that out there. I know it’s annoying seeing that same thing on every related article.