The Cleveland Browns struggles this season lay at the feet of Freddie Kitchens.
The first year head coach has looked overmatched, unprepared and down right horrendous in his first year as head coach of the Cleveland Browns and despite firing a coach after one year is so rare, the situation in Cleveland might be the exception.
According to Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report, there’s a “growing belief” that Kitchens won’t last the entire season and that he could be be fired before the season ends:
The increasing belief of some team officials is that Kitchens could be fired before the end of the season. If he does make it that far, two NFC front-office sources stated, he’ll be dismissed at the end of the season.
Despite the plethora of weapons, the Browns rank 25th in the NFL with just 19 PPG and the worst part is QB Baker Mayfield seems to have regressed.
The Browns host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.