The Browns fans have reached their last straw. Seeing Pat Shurmur let his team lose to the Indianapolis Colts was more than the great people of the City of Cleveland could handle. The die-hard fans got a glimpse of a pissed off Jimmy Haslam III from the owners box at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis when the Browns were trying to score the game winning touchdown only to see the targeted receiver drop the ball. The good people of Cleveland are calling for action from the Browns new billionaire owner. The fans want Pat Shurmur fired as the head coach of the Cleveland Browns.

If Haslam is listing to the fans, he can hear the screams of that’s enough. The play calling the Browns head coach uses during the games is just not getting it done. The fans can see the problems for the Cleveland Browns comes from the team’s head coach. Nothing would make the fans happier than to see Jimmy Haslam make a move to replace the team’s head coach. Sure it would be like starting over for the team. The fans I have talked with don’t care they want action and they don’t want to wait for Shurmur to be evaluated at the end of the season, they say they have seen more than enough to know Pat Shumur isn’t the guy to lead the Cleveland Browns where the team should be.

The Cleveland Browns are 1-6 under the direction of Shumur, the fans say this is the wrong direction and the team has far too much talent to have a record this bad. Since Shurmur has taken over the head coaching job of the Cleveland Browns his record is  5-18. The fans are tired of this guys poor performance and they want a change and they want it now. The main problem is Shurmur has now fire to get his team motivated. His attitude is rubbing off on the players and he offers no inspiration. Some fans say they can even imagine a 330lbs guy listening to anything Pat Shurmur says and take him seriously.

This head coach has lost his team and the fans want Jimmy Haslam III to make a change now. They want a head coach that can bring some fire to this team….

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Readers Comments (13)

  1. muttklingon

    maybe there wright?. or should shurmur just step down?.

  2. Becky Killion

    Shurmur must go.NOW …. 4TH and one and he punt’s,……..

  3. Dan Gray

    The CBS analysts were laughing at Shurmur’s post-game speech (it was televised) after the Brown’s sole victory over the Bengals. It was flat, uninspiring, not hitting any nerves. (Belichik is the only HC with enough brains and technical skill ((oh, and let’s not forget Brady)) to compensate for lack of any real leadership qualities). Yes, the D has been hit hard with injuries, but all teams have to deal with injuries and overcome. Weeds looks like the first legitimate QB this franchise has had since its reincarnation in 1999. Haden is back, and this team has enough talent to have won at least 3 games by this point. After 23 games, it is time to look beyond the players and take a long hard look at Shurmur. I would love to see a Gruden, Cowher, Saban or Meyer take over this team.

    • LG

      Dan the only thing we as fans should be taking a hard long look at is the moving truck packing up Shurmur’s belongings and taking his ass the hell out of Cleveland….

  4. RB

    I would prefer either Cower or Dungy. Not sure either of them would be willing to go through the grind of coaching again.

    If neither of them is plausible, I say we shoot for Meyer from OSU or Kelly for Oregon.

    • LG

      Man, I didn’t even think of Dungy great call….

  5. Bob

    Good post. I still believe Shurmur used Colt as a scapegoat for his awful judgement and just plain bad coaching last year. Hey Shurmur, gonna throw Weeden under the bus now? Karma is looking for you Shurmur.

    We have to remember that it was Shurmur who basically told Colt to throw those very short yardage passages, esp. the ones on 3rd down. Wasn’t Shurmur the play caller last year also? Reason I have to point this out is that I am sick of hearing and reading about how Colt can’t throw, which is not true. Remember, Colt did not become such a success in college off of a bunch of short dink and dunk passes. It was his leadership, rushing and his long ball throws that mainly helped. He was also coached well. He also know how to speak to the media properly compared to other QBs out there.

    • LG

      There is no doubt in my mind that Shurmur threw Colt under the bus last season and he has nothing to hid this year. He is the common denominator. He is sticking out like a sore thumb…..

    • ABrown

      Good points, Bob. And Colt knows how to win, even when he is put in a situation where no one else would be able to do so. No protection, less than 3 seconds to get off a pass, and still more wins than this year.

      Weeden is one of the best protected QBs in the league this year, has almost 5 seconds to make every throw. He should be picking the defense apart and winning games, instead of racking up yards, but failing to move the chanins or complete even half of his passes when the game is on the line.

      Shurmur is responsible for this as well. We have the worst record in the NFL this year.

  6. Bruhar

    We need an aggressive coach to lead our team to the superbowl. We have great talent but no want ans will. Jon Gruden has the ability to turn the Browns into a winning team. Now is the time to act, let’s don’t grind these players humility into the dirt anymore.

  7. Jen

    I could coach better. Don’t even need a salary. :)

    • ABrown

      I’d agree with that, Jen, and I don’t even know you.

  8. Len Green

    Like I’ve always said, get Bill Cowher and pay him exactly whatever he wants, no offers.


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