It's all about turnovers and gettng the ball back into your qb's hands. We don't have any of that and it all falls back upon, we get no pressure on the opposing qb's. I do wonder if it would matter, our secondary couldn't intercept a ball if the qb's placed it in their hands.
Then they made another good move. He brought in Norv Turner as his OC. That guy sucks as a Head Coach, but damn he can coordinate an offense.
Is Norv Turner a new development, I might have missed it? Browns site has Brad Childress as OC but Chud updated to HC.
[QUOTE=thor75;544116]Is Norv Turner a new development, I might have missed it? Browns site has Brad Childress as OC but Chud updated to HC.[/QUOTE]
They are speculating Norv will end up in Cleveland because of his relationship with Chud. I think they worked together in SD.
I'm sure others have said this a million times but here it comes again, if Haley takes the AZ job I hope the Steelers would pickup Turner. It will be Kirby if it does happen but Turner would be my go to guy.
Nothing against Kirby but, you don't hand the keys of your Cadillac over to a person with no driving experience. Ben is that Cadillac and I wouldn't want to waste his last years on a coach that has never coached a NFL offense before.
[B]Report: Norv Turner to join Browns[/B]
Updated: January 12, 2013
ESPN.com news services
Former San Diego Chargers coach Norv Turner is set to become the Cleveland Browns' offensive coordinator, according to a report by the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Plain Dealer, citing a source, reports the Browns will also hire a defensive coordinator to replace Dick Jauron.
Turner was fired as Chargers coach after a 7-9 season, the team's third straight outside of the playoffs. The Chargers are the third team to fire Turner, who has an overall head-coaching record of 114-122-1.
Rob Chudzinski, who spent the past two seasons as Carolina's offensive coordinator, was introduced as the Browns' sixth full-time coach on Friday.
"Having the assistant head coach experience where I spent all the time with Norv and saw all the things he had to do, I've been around the people who've given me the opportunities to see what it takes to be a great head coach and hopefully I can put all those things together and get that done," Chudzinski said at his introductory news conference.
Now tha the Browns have some Steeler influence at the top of the helm, the Browns just got more respectable.