Legendary coach Bill Parcels once said, “you are what your record says you are” and for Browns HC Hue Jackson, his record calls him the second-worst coach in NFL history.
The Browns loss to Pittsburgh on Sunday drops Jackson to 11-44-1 as an NFL head coach, 8-8 in Oakland and 3-36-1 in Cleveland and a win percentage of .205.
There have been 219 coaches in NFL history who have coached at least 40 games in their career and Jackson rans 218th in career winning percentage.
The only coach who was worse was a guy named Bert Bell, who coached the Eagles from 1936 to 1941. Bell led the Eagles to a record of 10-46-2 which is a win percentage of .179 and Bell couldn’t be fired because he was also the owner of the Eagles.
Luckily for Browns fans, Jackson isn’t the owner of the Browns, Jimmy Haslam is.