I sit here at my computer, the BrownsÆ season over, and I really canÆt believe my eyes. The Browns finished 5-11. This was a team dead in the water from Week One, a team that at its lowest point was 1-11. I was not alone among the voices calling for Eric ManginiÆs headùat that point, and before. I wrote a scathing indictment of the man and his methods on Dec. 4. I didnÆt mince words, held nothing back. I listed his many transgressions and openly looked forward to his departure, viewed then as inevitable. Maybe it still is. WeÆll find out soon. ThatÆs up to Mike Holmgren. Regardless of whether Mangini is around to coach the Browns next year or not, the fact is, he vindicated himself. The Browns won their last four games, including a spirited win over Pittsburgh that seemed to breathe ...
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