The Cleveland Browns entered the 2019 season as the most-hyped team in the NFL. After a strong close to the 2018 season and a few major offseason moves – Odell Beckham Jr. – the Browns received the most bets from fans to win the Super Bowl.
However, after falling to the Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon, the Browns sit at 2-6 on the season.
Not only is a trip to the playoffs likely out of the question, but rumors of a potential coaching change have grown louder in recent weeks. Freddie Kitchens is in his first year as a head coach and it’s not going well.
Cleveland is one of the most-heavily penalized teams in the league and Kitchens looks in over his head at times.
However, general manager John Dorsey is reportedly “committed” to Kitchens – at least until the end of the 2019 season.
NFL insider Steve Wyche has the news. “From people I’ve spoken to there, John Dorsey’s committed to Freddie through the year. We’ll see what happens at the end of the year,” Wyche said on the show.
.@wyche89 on @BullandFox "From people I've spoken to there, John Dorsey's committed to Freddie through the year. We'll see what happens at the end of the year." People around league admit it's hard to turn around this late into season, Freddie looks over-matched at times #Browns
— Keith Britton (@KeithBritton86) November 5, 2019
Cleveland has lost four-straight games and faces a Buffalo team that looks like one of the best in the AFC.
Can the Browns turn it around over the back half of the season?