The Cleveland Browns coaching staff made some very questionable moves during Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans, which ought to be critiqued.
There are so many plays one can analyze from the Cleveland Browns’ 28-26 loss to the Tennessee Titans which could have made the difference between winning and losing.
We have all heard the same old stories about the “if only” plays. If only the team would have done this, they would have won. At times, it gets irritating.
But as the narrative of consistent losing rolls on, solutions can only be derived from what is learned from past shortcomings. For the Browns and their coaching staff, this is no different.
An analysis of several points in which costly questionable decisions were made on Sunday reveals that this coaching staff is not truly making the best choices during games if their objective is to win.