Originally Posted by silver & black
You don't get why they got rid of the coach and the GM? It's fairly normal for a new owner to clean house and start over with his own guys.
I'm thinking that this new owner is exactly what Cleveland needed. I have a feeling that within the next two-three years, you may have some competition in your division.
Yeah I understand why Haslam did it given the circumstances. Not sure though. It really depends who they hire and how they draft. What's interesting is new regimes usually mean rookie QBs but I can't see them giving up on Weeden even if Weeden wasn't impressive and is unique being a 28 year old rookie. None of the firings really surprised me. Some people brought up Smith of the Bears as a surprise. That one doesn't surprise me at all. They underachieved down the stretch.