"We're limited with our weapons offensively and it is somewhat of a tough spot for Johnny given this team and given this organization," he said on WTAM-AM, via The Plain Dealer. "It's just a complete recipe for a disaster."
"When you have a front office that's really uneducated, and I'm not talking about just the coach, there's way above him that deserves this, they don't know how to lead and organize and set a culture to play winning football, to win in the NFL consistently," he said.
Truthfully, this is one of the best teams Cleveland has had in years. Their core positions, like offensive line and cornerback, are among the strongest -- and youngest -- in football. They have a skill position player in Josh Gordon who would have made life awfully different for Tim Couch, Derek Anderson, Colt McCoy or Charlie Frye.
In 2014, they competed in arguably the toughest division in football through December.