If there's reason to panic in Cleveland, don't ask Hue Jackson to lead the parade.
The Browns coach on Thursday dismissed suggestions the sky is falling all over again, telling reporters the early season cavalcade of injuries are just part of the game.
It's easy for fans to wonder if hell is being unleashed on the team all over again -- the first two weeks of the season have been ridiculous -- but Jackson's approach is exactly what the club needs.
If your coach loses his cool, players will follow. Jackson has inherited a team with plenty of holes and issues -- amid an ongoing battle with the seemingly irate football gods -- but he's been as advertised so far.
His approach should give Cleveland at least one thing to smile about heading into Sunday's showdown with the Dolphins.