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Lions QB Taking Shot at Browns Regarding Organizational Structure is a New Low for Cleveland

QB Baker Mayfield and head coach Freddie Kitchens arguing on the Cleveland Browns sideline
QB Baker Mayfield and head coach Freddie Kitchens arguing on the Cleveland Browns sideline | Ralph Freso/Getty Images

We are seriously starting to run out of words to describe the Cleveland Browns' ineptitude. Each week, they tend to outdo themselves in the incompetence department, and that trend held true ahead of Week 17, which they enter with a 6-9 record.

Lions signal-caller David Blough was with Cleveland during training camp and into the preseason before ultimately landing with Detroit, and he was recently asked to compare the team's organizational structure. Let's just say that the 24-year-old didn't disappoint.

"Mess" wouldn't even begin to chronicle the depths of what's wrong in Cleveland, and it's fair to say that Blough is relieved that the Lions saved him from that sinking ship.

Let's remember that Detroit isn't in a great place either. They're slated for a top draft pick in 2020, and there are uncomfortable questions to be asked about whether Matt Patricia is in over his head as a head coach.

The fact that Blough didn't hesitate to commend the Lions' own questionable blueprint in comparison to the dumpster fire in The Land says everything, and proves that the Browns aren't close to relinquishing their title as an NFL laughingstock.