Daily Dawg Tags: A familiar spot in the power rankings

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The Cleveland Browns didn’t start the season in the basement of the NFL power rankings, but it didn’t take too long to get back.

Cleveland Browns fans are better off ignoring national power rankings at this point.

The Browns are obviously at the bottom, but the fact they are there yet again is something the front office can’t ignore.

The team entered the season near the basement of the power rankings, but everyone thought it would be the New York Jets or the San Francisco 49ers who held that honor. Now, the Browns and the 49ers are duking it out as the two remaining 0-6 teams.

Things are so bad the rumors have already started about Jimmy Haslam potentially cleaning house, or at least clearing out the front office. So much for the long-term plan.

All of this remains speculation but it is hard to see Haslam sticking with this group if the teams finishes with one or two wins. He knew things would be bad, but this is a new low. Fans can believe it because this is the Browns we are talking about, but that doesn’t make it acceptable.

We take a look at this and more in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.

Cleveland Browns news:

Browns and 49ers in familiar fight in Week 7 power rankings

"The Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers are in a battle for not only the bottom of the weekly power rankings, but so much more."

3 defensive takeaways from the Week 6 loss

"Another week goes by and the Cleveland Browns add another loss to the record book. The defensive side of the football once again looked miles ahead of the offense but still struggled with consistency."

Hue Jackson not surprised by Deshaun Watson’s record-setting start (ESPN)

"Hue Jackson is not at all surprised with the way Deshaun Watson is playing as a rookie."

DeShone Kizer will likely be reinstated as Browns starting QB (cleveland.com)

"DeShone Kizer’s step back to the sidelines probably won’t last long."

NFL news:

Aaron Rodgers’ injury, NFL power rankings and more (FanSided)

"The Green Bay Packers are tied atop the NFC North, but all is not well after Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone in a devastating moment."

Alex Smith: Mike Mitchell late hit ‘as flagrant as it gets’ (NFL.com)

"Alex Smith made it known Tuesday afternoon that he was no fan of Mike Mitchell’s low hit against him during the Chiefs’ loss to the Steelers."