Kitchens’ Nightmares

I understand talking about another person’s job so freely is a difficult subject. This is a person’s livelihood, a means of survival, and openly rooting for someone’s dismal on a whim is not fair. I do this with every belief that Freddie Kitchens is a good person, knowing he has been said to be a good coach countless times during his previous stops, and I would like nothing more to see him land another gig as an assistant… but for the sake of this piece, the relationship between he and the Browns does not seem ideal.

Lets just remember a breakup means one party loses a job…


If you’ve read my views on coaches in the past, I am very much in the camp where I believe if a GM hires a coach, they should get a chance to figure it out and develop, similar to a player.

Cleveland is becoming an exception.

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Ranking the NFL Coaching Hires

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Adam Gase (and his eyes) during his introductory press conference on January 14 (Credit: Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post)

The 2018 NFL regular season closed with a bang as 25% of the teams in the NFL were in need of a new head coach before the clock hit midnight.  Unfortunately this is nothing new, as multiple coaches are fired by the end of each season, as they do not meet expectations, or their relationship with the team is not good (sometimes both of these things are true). Continue reading “Ranking the NFL Coaching Hires”