Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson is the new guy in town, but it seems to be the same old problems for a team that seems to keep going through groundhog day season after season.
The quarterback position is still in flux and the signal caller guru says he’s not going to panic just yet.
“All of a sudden the sky is falling?” Jackson said, via ESPN.com.
“I don’t see that. I don’t think the sky is falling at all. I think what you see is a young football team that you’re going to see some of that [struggle], especially early until they get well grounded. I think, like I said, there were some good things, and obviously there were some things that were concerning.
“We got to continue to work at it. I never said we’d be a juggernaut today, or yesterday.”