While the Cleveland Browns have surpassed their win total of the last two seasons combined this year, you could still say that they have been a disappointment.
With a defense full of talented players, and the franchise finally finding their answer at quarterback, Cleveland has shown the potential of being a playoff team.
The Browns lost in overtime for the third time this season today and head coach Hue Jackson's seat is getting rather hot as ownership expects better results.
Same. "Less than pleased" is being charitable. https://t.co/LNzD69wlun— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) October 22, 2018
It was really surprising that Jackson was not let go last season after losing all 16 games and going 1-31 in his first two seasons as the head coach of the Browns.
The Browns have three more games before their bye week and Jackson will likely be coaching for his job in all of them.
Via text: "The ice under Hue [Jackson] is as thin as it can possibly get. Not sure he makes it to the bye."— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) October 21, 2018
Aside from last week's 38-14 drubbing by the L.A. Chargers, the Browns have lost their other three games by only a field goal.
With so many close games this year, it is fair to say that the Browns are now losing in the margins and Jackson should be held responsible for that.