Browns owner Jimmy Haslam said today’s decision to fire

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head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley is the best move for his franchise moving forward.“We did what we thought was best for the organization. I think we put the organization in a better place today than it was yesterday Authentic Myles Garrett Jersey ,” Haslam said.Haslam seemed to acknowledge that the reported power struggle between Jackson and Haley was a problem, saying, “We’re not going to put up with internal discord.”Browns G.M. John Dorsey offered similar thoughts on the decision to move on from Jackson and Haley.“What we’re trying to do is create the best environment moving forward, not only for the players but for the coaching staff,” Dorsey said.Haslam did defend the decision to bring Jackson back this season, rather than firing him at the same time he fired former G.M. Sashi Brown.“Hue was put in a pretty difficult situation his first two years with the talent we had. We thought he deserved another chance and unfortunately it didn’t work out the way we hoped it would,” Haslam said.Haslam also said firing people is always a difficult decision.“I personally spent a tremendous amount of time with Hue Jackson,” Haslam said. “This was not an easy decision. I know Todd a little less well because he hasn’t been here as long but Todd moved his family here so that was not an easy decision either.”That’s a difficult decision that Haslam has made a lot during his tenure as the Browns’ owner. He hopes the next coach he hires won’t have to be fired as quickly as so many of the previous coaches he’s hired.FanPulse: Browns fans predict a loss heading into Week 5 Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse — a survey of fans across the NFL, powered by SurveyMonkey. Each week, we send 32 polls to 100+ plugged in fans from each team. Browns fans Jarvis Landry Jersey Elite , sign up HERE to join FanPulse.The Week 5 polls are in, so let’s take a look at the results!How confident are you in the direction of the team? Last week: 96 percent confidenceThis week, 83% of fans voted for their confidence in the direction of the Browns, a 13% decline from last week. This is exactly where the Browns were at in terms of confidence heading into Week 3; the confidence was sky high after the win over the Jets, but settled back down after another loss.The Steelers, meanwhile, continue to plummet in fan confidence, dropping 11% from last week to be at a total of 15% confidence. Bengals fans shot up to 89% for their team, while the Ravens are at a perfect 100% confidence.Will the Browns win or lose in Week 5?Odds: Ravens are 3-point favoritesDawgs By Nature FanPulse: Ravens by 1Baltimore Beatdown FanPulse: Ravens by 10This is the first time that Browns fans have predicted that Cleveland would come out on the losing end of a game, and it’s by one point to the Ravens at home. Baltimore fans , building on their sky-high confidence meter, are also predicting a 10-point victory.Who is the NFL MVP after four weeks?Where’s Myles Garrett? (Kidding)53% of the votes went to Patrick Mahomes, and he is the guy I went with too. I mean, can he have any more of a perfect stat line through four games? He is 4-0 with 14 touchdowns, 0 interceptions, and exactly 1,200 yards passing. Not only that, but the throws he is making when you actually watch the games are electric and inspiring.If Mahomes fades, Jared Goff and Alvin Kamara are worthy candidates to be considered. Khalil Mack has been great on the defensive side too with 5 sacks and 4 forced fumbles.
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