TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 21: Head Coach Hue Jackson of the Cleveland Browns addresses the media during the press conference after the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium on October 21, 2018 in Tampa, Florida. The Buccaneers defeated the Browns 26-23 in overtime. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)

11 Gifts Browns Fans Should Get Hue Jackson for the Holidays

Despite Thanksgiving being over, we can still take time to reflect upon what we are thankful for. If you're a Browns fan you have a whole lot to be thankful for, such as Baker Mayfield or the fact that you demolished Hue Jackson and the Bengals a couple of weeks after Jackson was fired. With the next wave of holidays rapidly approaching, here are 11 gifts the Browns should consider getting their former head coach

11. Pet Snake

Hue Jackson's move to Cincinnati seemed near-calculated, and the fact that he had a terrible stint in Cleveland before jumping to an in-state division rival could lead many to call Jackson a snake. The Browns organization endured three seasons of Jackson that saw the team go 3-36, and now he's part of the Bengals organization -- a very snake-like move. 

10. German Shepherd

German Shepherds are one of the most loyal breeds of dogs, which could help teach the former Browns' boss a lesson. Jackson became notorious for throwing his players and colleagues under the bus before joining a rival team just days after being fired. Loyalty is something that Jackson needs to figure out if he wants to succeed as a coach. 

9. New TV

Jackson clearly wasn't watching enough tape during his stint in Cleveland, so this present would be a blessing for him. A brand new 4K TV would allow Jackson to watch tape in beautiful quality, and unless he pulls a JaMarcus Russell, it should improve his ability to coach a team. 

8. Binoculars

Jackson lacked the ability to pick up what was going on on the field, so maybe it's because he couldn't see what was going on. With his new binoculars, paid for by the Browns' defense, he could identify offensive schemes and figure out how to stop them. 

7. Stress Ball

When the pressure mounts for Jackson, he ends up throwing his companions under the bus. Gifting him a stress ball could allow him to stay calm under pressure and perhaps accept his share of the blame for when things go south. 

6. Chess Board

Football is largely a game of strategy, and what better way to develop strategy than by going back to the basics? Chess is a great way for Hue to analyze different situations and make the best move for his team, something which he has rarely done as a head coach. 

5. Dinner With DJ Khaled and Charlie Sheen

If there's one thing that both DJ Khaled and Charlie Sheen claim to do well, it's win. Jackson should take a page out of these guys' books because he hasn't done much winning throughout his career. He won just three games in three seasons in Cleveland and has yet to win a game during his tenure as an assistant with the Bengals. That's a lot of losing for one man to endure. 

4. Life Jackets

It seems as if wherever Jackson goes, his actions cause the ship to sink. If he's going to bring down an organization, he may as well offer the guys some life jackets for going down with him. 

3. Madden 19

Jackson needs to sit down and play some Madden because sometimes it seems he has no idea how to gameplan for certain situations. Jackson could use a copy of the game in order to figure out how to properly call plays because he's lost some very winnable games in the past for Cleveland. 

2. Ear Plugs

The Bengals and Browns are meeting up again in Week 16, and the game is right around Christmas time. Maybe Jackson will get an early gift from his former team in the form of ear plugs so he can block out all the chirping being done from the Browns' stands! 

1. Baker Mayfield Bobblehead

Baker Mayfield has played extraordinarily better since Jackson was fired by the organization, so a Mayfield bobblehead would be a perfect gift to remind their former coach of what he's missing out on. Mayfield looks ready to lead Cleveland for years to come, and Jackson won't be a part of the Browns' future, but he was there for a hot second! Let's remember the good times, right Hue?