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Hue Jackson didn't know Zane Gonzalez was kicking "whilst" injured Sunday

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When Hue and Haley had that disagreement on sitting veteran players - I was like oh boy, this is going to explode soon.  

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27 minutes ago, NoHuddleKelly12 said:

My thinking too--if focus is on Mayfield future, have to give the interim to Haley, plus has Gregg Williams ever removed the bountygate stank from himself fully?

well, to be honest... i don't really know which way they would turn here. i do suspect that they would go with Haley simply because they have invested their first round pick in Mayfield and also the investment in Tyrod is considerable. not rocking the status quo on defense is also a valuable consideration. however, if they did go with Williams, it would go a long way towards removing the stink of bountygate. 

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30 minutes ago, BillsFan4 said:

I still think Todd Haley will be the interim HC... 

 

I believe John Dorsey was the one who brought him in, and gave him the play calling duties. 

Good,points. I didn’t see this when I responded. 

 

My my money is still on Haley though, as of now anyway.

Dorsey did do that and only reason I don’t know if he gets it is that the offense is trash.

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Hue Jackson is such an arrogant moron that he adds entertainment value to the league. I say keep him!

 

I LOVE Hue talking like he is Belichick with 7 SB rings (2 with the Giants, 5 with NE) when the reality he he hasn't led his team to a win since Christmas eve of 2016.

 

LOL

 

 

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9 minutes ago, TheFunPolice said:

Hue Jackson is such an arrogant moron that he adds entertainment value to the league. I say keep him!

 

I LOVE Hue talking like he is Belichick with 7 SB rings (2 with the Giants, 5 with NE) when the reality he he hasn't led his team to a win since Christmas eve of 2016.

 

LOL

 

 

 

best clueless and angry pressers since Baghdad Bob with the US tanks rolling in the background

 

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14 minutes ago, row_33 said:

 

best clueless and angry pressers since Baghdad Bob with the US tanks rolling in the background

 

Hue on Sunday after extending his record to 1-32-1: “this is a good football team”

 

[Narrator in Liam Neeson voice: “It wasn’t...”]

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Hue’s infatuation with Gordon was...interesting. I bet Haley forced the release. 

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If Hue keeps up, Wrecks will have a place to go.  Probably be able to bring Rob with him as the 'internal communications knowledge yeoman' (ICKY).  Leave Williams and Haley right where they are.

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2 hours ago, Chris from Rochester said:

This guy may be the worst coach of all time.  I remember when we hired Rex a lot of people thought it was Hue's job to lose.  As bad as the Rex circus was, I think it would have been even worse had we hired him.

 

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/hue-jackson-didnt-know-zane-gonzalez-kicking-injured-sunday-040058719.html

 

1-32-1 

 

Enough said

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7 minutes ago, JoPar_v2 said:

Hue’s infatuation with Gordon was...interesting. I bet Haley forced the release. 

As soon as he saw the film of him running the wrong routes half the time vs the Steelers I think that was it regardless of all the other crap 

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1 hour ago, row_33 said:

 

Hue acts like his team has never lost, can't understand any questioning of the plan or execution, angry if you dare

 

 

My impression of him is he's just as lazy as Rex Ryan but gets a pass because he's one of the few minority coaches in the NFL. Both the NFL and the media are interested in having more minority coaches so they instead write articles about how a rookie coach who took a team to the playoffs in just his first season is the somehow "most likely" to be the first fired this season.  

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1 minute ago, Ridgewaycynic2013 said:

If Hue keeps up, Wrecks will have a place to go.  Probably be able to bring Rob with him as the 'internal communications knowledge yeoman' (ICKY).  Leave Williams and Haley right where they are.

Thing is, Haslem is just as clueless and FOS as Hue. I can honestly see them winning 4 games and Hue getting an extension.

 

obviously Greggg and Todd aren’t banking on that. That situation alone should tell you something about Hue’s wattage upstairs. He goes out and hires the two biggest mercenary coordinators in the business, who are both visibly salivating for Hue’s job on the sideline.

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2 hours ago, YoloinOhio said:

He’s fired if they lose to the Jets tomorrow. His decision to start Tyrod instead of holding a true qb competition has been a disaster and his fawning over and enablement of  josh Gordon was finally snipped, the beginning of his power being taken away. Greggggg will be interim soon.

He was a joke at USC and nothing has changed.

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Hue is a shitshow. Hard Knocks revealed there may be someone as dumb as Rex. I'll take "the process" but I''d really like to see more progress than the carnival of fools we've seen the first two weeks. The Bills need to put some fear into the Vikings this week. If they lose by less than 10 it's an improvement.

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From my perspective, the Special Team Coach should have been fired for either not knowing his kicker was hurt, or for not informing Jackson of Gonzales's injury.

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1 hour ago, YoloinOhio said:

Hue on Sunday after extending his record to 1-32-1: “this is a good football team”

 

[Narrator in Liam Neeson voice: “It wasn’t...”]

well, he's not wrong in the same vein that, the Jaguars were a good football team until they fired Gus Bradley. whereby, they immediately became a very good team.

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2 hours ago, Blokestradamus said:

 

Carlson ending up with a team that knocks the Vikings out of the playoffs due to his last-second winner would be so sweet.

I remember praying that Vinatieri would knock the Pats* out when he ended up on the Colts

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18 minutes ago, gjv001 said:

From my perspective, the Special Team Coach should have been fired for either not knowing his kicker was hurt, or for not informing Jackson of Gonzales's injury.

This is strange. Did he even know? Hopefully a surprise Bob Woodward book based on the '18 Browns season will drop early next year. This team is fascinating.

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2 hours ago, 416BillsFan said:

This is strange. Did he even know? Hopefully a surprise Bob Woodward book based on the '18 Browns season will drop early next year. This team is fascinating.

It's his job to know.

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I wouldnt be surprised if Hue threw that out there to take some heat off the kid.

Thats too incompetent. Bills have pulled the same with bs injuries to mask a players bad streak of games.

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Hue has two egomaniacs who want to both be head coaches again as his coordinators. No way they aren't like sharks smelling blood in the water and stabbing him in the back every chance they get.

 

 

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10 hours ago, Chris from Rochester said:

As bad as the Rex circus was, I think it would have been even worse had we hired him.

 

Hue would have done less damage. He wouldn't have dismantled the defense, and he'd have been fired after two years like Rex.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, TheFunPolice said:

Hue has two egomaniacs who want to both be head coaches again as his coordinators. No way they aren't like sharks smelling blood in the water and stabbing him in the back every chance they get.

 

 

He did the same to Sashi. As the Browns Turn!

9 hours ago, row_33 said:

 

yup

 

sad thing is i'll watch the first quarter

 

 

 

i'm trying not to watch 4 Leafs preseason games over 6 nights at the same time

 

 

For some reason I’m looking forward to this game. 

 

Oh, I know why. The Browns will get their losing out of the way early and won’t be on the !@#$ing big screen for once at the bar on Sunday!

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10 hours ago, dpberr said:

My impression of him is he's just as lazy as Rex Ryan but gets a pass because he's one of the few minority coaches in the NFL. Both the NFL and the media are interested in having more minority coaches so they instead write articles about how a rookie coach who took a team to the playoffs in just his first season is the somehow "most likely" to be the first fired this season.  

 

Bingo

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19 hours ago, White Linen said:

When Hue and Haley had that disagreement on sitting veteran players - I was like oh boy, this is going to explode soon.  

 

...LMAO!......Hue, Haley's Comet & Airhorn Greggy.......Lake Erie's Moe, Larry & Curly...............

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