1. Change culture
Back in 2018, general manager John Dorsey was exchanged for Dolphins Miami wide receiver, Jarvis Landry. The NFL leader at the reception of the previous season then signed a five-year extension with the Browns and expressed his desire to help change the franchise.
Landry quickly appointed a team leader and gave a passionate speech to ‘Hard punch‘About playing and practicing through pain. That resulted in him being credited with changing culture in Cleveland. However, there is a slight flaw in that thinking because culture does not change.
Yes, Brown is better than the 1-31 record they set for the first two years of the Hu0e Jackson era, but they are far from a winning culture. They haven’t reached the playoffs since 2002 and haven’t had a winning record since 2007.
Not only did they not win, but as mentioned before, they were still full of drama outside the field and confusion over it. This is not knocking on Landry because he hasn’t done anything to contribute to this. Outside of the ridiculous cleat offense, he was very silent. Unfortunately, one player doesn’t change everything.
Landry has been positively present but the team needs more players who can step up and focus to win the match than to have a lot of crap going on.
Culture hasn’t changed in Cleveland. It could, and they seemed to be on the right path. But they still have to start winning before we can really say things have changed for them.
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