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.
I once thought that Cleveland was on the rise, but now that I see this impatient reaction, they're toast. They just don't have the talent at QB yet, but elsewhere there are a lot of good pieces in place. What kind of message does it says to the players if you change coaches every 2 years? It tells them that they can coast because the guy in charge has terrible job security. The revolving door management style = perennial loser.