We’re Already Seeing Cracks in Freddie Kitchens’ “Blame Me for the Browns’ Struggles” Approach

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I’m one of the many who found Freddie Kitchens’ post-game routine from Sunday a little refreshing. Hearing a coach take accountability in defeat, especially after a loss where his Cleveland Browns struggled largely due to his handling of the offense, was a nice change of pace compared to what we’re used to with this team.

That said, it was suggested yesterday this accountability routine will have its flaws exposed if nothing changes for Cleveland on the field. If you ask me, though, we’re already starting to see cracks in Kitchens’ “I’m to blame” approach.

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