NFL News And Update: Cleveland Brown Fails To Win Vs. New York Giants; See How Coach Hue Jackson Reacts
The Cleveland Browns faced the New York Yankees yesterday at the FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. The Browns needed to win the game as they have been on a straight losing streak and a win would boost the morale of the team. However, things did not go so well for the group.
The first quarter of the game did not fare so well for both the Browns and Yankees as the quarter ended with no scores. By the end of the first half, the Giants were able to secure 14 points while the Browns had six.
Their score has been a downhill from there. The third quarter saw no score for both team while the fourth quarter had the same pattern as the second quarter.
The game ended with the Giants winning the game with 27 to the Browns' 13 points. Fans saw coach Hue Jackson's devastation. The team's 0-12 standing will definitely make a mark in the coach's career.
It can be remembered that the team removed several veterans and added rookies into the team which took a toll to the Browns performance.
Jackson said via Cleveland.com that he knew what he signed up for. He also knew that the team's vice president Sashi Brown, chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta, player personnel director Andrew Berry and some other key front office people were all rookies in their current jobs.
It has been a difficult year for Jackson. When reporters asked him how he felt after the Browns' winless season. He was quite emotional when he answered that it was the hardest thing ever.
Business Insider reported that Jackson composed himself before saying that. Regardless of that, he still needs to make the team perform better.
He said, "I've never through this but I'm not going to fall off the cliff or anything like that. ... But do I get disappointed, frustrated? Yes. I don't want you to think I don't get mad or sad or disappointed. I go through all those emotions."
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