The Browns have lost 19 of 25 games under coach Pat Shurmur. The hot seat is getting even warmer these days because of the sloppiness on the field.
In this week's Blogger Blitz, we examine how Shurmur has been fallen short during his time as coach.
Asked Tuesday about what he thinks he needs to do better, Shurmur said, "I think when I look at it I’m going to look at everything from game management to how we communicate. I’m going to look at everything. I constantly do it. I’ve got to find a way to get a little bit better in all areas, so that those games like we played Sunday become victories. Again, I made the comparison to our Baltimore game here last year. It was a huge difference, although the score wasn’t much different. There was a huge difference in the team that we put out there in my opinion this year than last year. We’ve got to find a way now to take that and get victories. That’s what we’ve got to do.”