In other coaching-related news, the Browns have requested permission to interview Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, according to Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and a source with the Dolphins. If the Browns are already looking for someone to take over the position, that likely means that Jeff Davidson will not retain the job. However, due to how much the Browns wanted to keep Davidson last offseason, you'd have to imagine that they would prefer if he stayed on as the team's offensive line coach.
It wasn't too long ago that Garrett, who grew up around Cleveland, played in the NFL. He had been in the league for 12 seasons as a backup quarterback, and last played with the Dolphins in 2004. When Nick Saban joined the Dolphins in 2005, he made Garrett the team's quarterbacks coach.
It's tough to really judge what a guy can do with an offense, especially since the way a team performs reflects a lot on your "supposed" abilities. While Robiskie may have not been at fault for our receivers dropping so many passes, you have to move on if you don't have results. Likewise with Garrett, should he be blamed for Miami's less than stellar offensive season, considering the fact that they had an awkward quarterback situation for most of the season?