The Cleveland Browns made the inevitable official Sunday night, , who in a 10-week span last season made his rapid and improbable rise from running backs coach to interim offensive coordinator to head coach, and then flopped with a 2019 campaign marked by poor performance and dysfunction. 

Now, Browns general manager John Dorsey must make the move that he should have made last season and find a well-seasoned coach to shepherd this roster brimming with untapped potential and colorful yet unbridled personalities. 

This year’s 6-10 record suggests that the Browns aren’t a very good team. The 122 penalties for 1,106 yards (third-most in the NFL) reflects the lack of discipline and attention to detail that would inhibit almost any team.

But the Browns do indeed

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