Browns franchise is dysfunctional like the Bengals

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    Browns franchise is dysfunctional like the Bengals

    As bad as it seems our Bengals franchise is it's good to know that the Browns are apparently right there with us. Maybe we can trade Marvin for Hue Jackson as he seems to be able to get along with Mike Brown.

    Hue Jackson 'irate' with Haden release as tensions rise between front office, coaches - CBSSports.com
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    Well if Marvin is gone that means Jackson will be here because that sounds like they will part this off season too.

    Which even though i like Hue. I would rather the Bengals truly open it up. The last time the truly opened it up we got Marvin who got us out of the basement. Now we need a coach to take the next step. I am not sure that would come from a coach who also was here with Marvin that the players know well. If this year fails. They need to clean house. Not a rebuild with the players. I like the core, but a rebuild of the coaching staff. Then spend all draft on lineman.

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    That CBS writer is horrible. He hates the Browns and writes nothing but trash about them. Hue already cleared this up.

    Hue Jackson denies report he was 'irate' over Joe Haden's release; is working in 'lockstep' with front office | cleveland.com

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    The Bengals are dysfunctional?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    The Bengals are dysfunctional?
    The Bengals are functional in the same way that a broken pencil that gets taped back together is still "functional." Yeah it still works, but its probably time for a new pencil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    The Bengals are functional in the same way that a broken pencil that gets taped back together is still "functional." Yeah it still works, but its probably time for a new pencil.

    As far as the Bengals are concerned, I'd start with an eraser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    As far as the Bengals are concerned, I'd start with an eraser.
    The Bengals were too cheap to buy an eraser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    The Bengals were too cheap to buy an eraser.
    Another good point.

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    Bengals going backwards. Browns going forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    Bengals going backwards. Browns going forward.
    The Bengals would have to go way, way backwards to be in the same neighborhood as the Brownies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKY Bandit View Post
    The Bengals would have to go way, way backwards to be in the same neighborhood as the Brownies.
    If were using neighborhoods as analogies then the Browns are homeless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    If were using neighborhoods as analogies then the Browns are homeless.
    We were for a while. Model ran off to Baltimore. That has contributed to the problems faced by the Browns ever since. I think we may finally be climbing out of the hole.

    See Terry Pluto's False Start: How the New Browns Were Set Up to Fail

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgrappler View Post
    We were for a while. Model ran off to Baltimore. That has contributed to the problems faced by the Browns ever since. I think we may finally be climbing out of the hole.

    See Terry Pluto's False Start: How the New Browns Were Set Up to Fail
    You have the right guy at the helm. But apparently there is some rift raft between Hue and the front office over releasing Joe Haden. If the Browns screw this one up then they deserve to spend and eternity of mediocrity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silo11 View Post
    That CBS writer is horrible. He hates the Browns and writes nothing but trash about them. Hue already cleared this up.

    Hue Jackson denies report he was 'irate' over Joe Haden's release; is working in 'lockstep' with front office | cleveland.com
    If you were Hue and this report came out wouldn't you have reacted the same way? I'm sure he was caught off guard and who knows how he really felt about the things that happened. He has a job to do and certainly doesn't want to get on the ownership's bad side by fueling the fire.

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    You can't believe everything you read.

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