2. Hue Jackson
This is the second offense for coach Jackson. He has brought the best out of this team. This is probably the most competitive, and tough 0-4 club in the NFL. I don’t know how he motivates the team to go out there and play hard, but it’s working.
Jackson has renewed the confidence in Crowell–turned Pryor into a top receiver, and has quarterback Cody Kessler looking like the second-coming of Alex Smith of the Kansas City Chiefs. So why is he in trouble for the second time this season?
One play. At the end of the third quarter with the Browns on their way to scoring a touchdown, and leading by 10, Crowell and Johnson were rushing the ball all over the Redskins defense. The next play Jackson called is still questionable.
He called a fullback draw up the middle for Johnson–which turned into a costly fumble. That play took all the momentum away from Cleveland and eventually led to them losing the game.