Coming off one of the most devastating losses possible, the state of the Cleveland Browns might be at an all-time low. The Browns sit at 2-9 and are currently positioned second in the draft order, which should sound familiar.
Considering the Browns haven't enjoyed a winning season since 2007 and are 9-18 under the guidance of head coach Mike Pettine, it's worth wondering if a coaching change is coming at the end of the season. But according to Pettine, he isn't concerned about his job security.
For what it's worth, Pettine indicated that he does believe the Browns have a plan to fix the currently broken team.
While it looked like Johnny Manziel would get a chance to prove his worth, he's benched for the foreseeable future due to non-football reasons. Josh McCown has never been the Browns' long-term solution and Austin Davis is only playing because of McCown's injury and Manziel's habit for partying.
Until the Browns lock down their quarterback of the future, it's tough to see them fixing their team.