There may be no one single way to explain why the Cleveland Browns fired head coach Hue Jackson, but a 3-36-1 record covers most of the bases it seems. Jackson was never able to do much with this team, and even after a 1-1-1 start to the year with promising rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield leading the way, it still wasn’t enough.
On Monday, the Browns pulled the plug and opted to move on from Jackson. And if he never receives another head coaching job at the NFL level, then he’ll hold a special place in history. As ESPN Stats & Info revealed, his .205 win percentage is the second-worst ever.
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As Pro Football Reference reveals, Jackson’s 11-44-1 record is behind only Bert Bell, who coached from 1936-41 and finished with a 10-46-2 record (.179 win percentage).
Source: Heavy Sports