Hue Jackson wants another chance as head coach

29 October 2019

Hue Jackson wants another chance as head coach

After compiling a horrible record together with the Cleveland Browns, Hue Jackson is without an NFL gig for its 2019 season. Given his 3-36-1 album in two and a half seasons in Cleveland and the odd 8-8 year with the Oakland Raiders at 2011, it would seem Jackson would be tough to convince an owner to give him a second shot.
The Browns and Raiders bosstold WFNZ Charlotte on Wednesday he believes he could still be a head coach.
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“Oh, yeah, I mean I believe I could,” Jackson explained, via Pro Football Chat. “I mean, simply because the situation in Cleveland [didn’t work out] does not mean that you can’t coach. There’s a good deal of coaches who came before me coached there and went and did amazing things. From time to time, the situation is different. I think if folks dig in and really take some time to examine the total situation there, maybe they’d understand it more. At the same time, I know what storyline gets put out there, that’s what people know. Hopefully, people will think back to the times once I’ve put myself in that place. I needed to be doing something right. To go back and become a coordinator again or become a head coach, I think it’s in my future. I’ve just got to go work through the process and see where it belongs ”
Jackson interviewed for the Cincinnati Bengals coaching gig this offseason along with the Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator job. was landed by him.
Once seen as the prime candidate to succeed Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati, Jackson’s public reputation got ripped to shreds during his stint at Cleveland. The stench of this 0-16 season will accompany him everywhere. The record is poor enough to make it difficult for a owner to sell him to the public. Worse than the three wins in Cleveland might be quarterback Baker Mayfield’s very public rebuke of Jackson’s design — something owners would take note of and weigh heavily — and also the troubling back-and-forth meetings shown during HBO’s Hard Knocks final training camp.
Yet it only takes a team, and one owner to be convinced the circumstances had to do with Jackson’s bad tenure than his ability to coach.
“Here is a guy who knows how to overcome,” Jackson said when asked his narrative. “There is a lot of people who would run out of it all. I am not likely to run from it. At the end of the afternoon, our employees and the individuals who headed Cleveland, that does not mean those coaches can’t coach or they don’t understand what they’re doing. Perhaps that just was not the right fit, the right situation for this group, and they simply need to have the right chance to have success.”
Jackson would likely need to do heavy image rehab, starting with landing a lower-level training gig for a team to even think of giving him a second shot. In a league where trainers are constantly recycled, possibly there’s a chance for your own 53-year-old to build back up his crippled image. It is going to take a great deal of time, and a massive market job to the public for it to happen. Even then, it would be a stunner when Jackson landed a second head coaching gig in the NFL.

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