As per usual, somebody is on the hot seat in Cleveland.


The ​Browns are having a good season by their standards in 2018 with a 2-4-1 record thus far, but team management is still not impressed, and perhaps rightfully so. Cleveland has more talent than it has ever had in the past couple of decades, but the results just aren't there right now. 


That's why Todd Haley, the team's offensive coordinator, is reportedly on the hot seat.

Haley has underperformed as a member of the Browns when you consider the talent he's had in 2018. No, this team is not the Steelers with Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, and Le'Veon Bell, but Cleveland has its own collection of great talent with Jarvis Landry, Baker Mayfield, and a duo of running backs in Nick Chubb and Duke Johnson. That, plus the other players on the Browns, shouldn't result in an offense ranked 24th in points and 22nd in yards, especially for a coordinator in Haley who has been credited with the success of the Pittsburgh Steelers' offense before he arrived in Cleveland.


Understandably, Cleveland has taken notice to their squad's offensive woes and will be monitoring Haley's progress come their matchup against his former team in Pittsburgh. 

So Haley's got an even bigger game on his hands than he thought this Sunday when he plays the Steelers.


Let's see if he can finally turn around his offense against his former team.