Dysfunction from an organizational structure with no central head has led to disconnect between coach's vision and that of the front office
The Browns face their most hated rivals and need to find a win to regain a glimmer of faith in their fan base.
"All decisions by the current coaching staff are now for self-preservation and not what's best for the long-term success of the Cleveland Browns"
The Browns are major underdogs against their undefeated in-state rivals. Although unlikely, there are three reasons why the Browns might shock the world tonight.
Manziel's development is vital to the survival of the current regime. Winning games with the young first round quarterback could save Mike Pettine's and Ray Farmer's jobs.
Browns hope return of key players give the team a "boost of energy."
General Manager Ray Farmer is on the hot seat. In two years as the GM, his drafts and free agent selections have not panned out. Cleveland is frustrated and wants answers.