- The Browns will draw great coaching candidates (cleveland.com) - Don’t fall in love with Gregg Williams and Freddie Kitchens. We’re talking to you, Browns fans, and you, John Dorsey. Because what you have seen the last two weeks isn’t fantastic football coaching.
- Kosar, Couch and the dangerous young man (ohio.com) - In the array of rookie quarterbacks who have started for the Browns across the years, Baker Mayfield is the most interesting to come down the pike since Bernie Kosar. Some words from Tim Couch resonate as Mayfield heads into the bye week.
- 10 things to know about the Browns at the bye (clevelandbrowns.com) - Here are a few stats and facts to hold Browns fans over during the bye week.
- Joe Thomas offers wisdom on Baker Mayfield (Browns Wire) - Browns legend Joe Thomas joined the Jim Rome Show to talk about the resurgence of his old team and the emergence of rookie QB Baker Mayfield.
- Former Miami players frustrated by current Dolphins (Miami Herald) - Ex-Miami Hurricanes stars aren’t the only accomplished South Florida football players frustrated by their former team. Some distinguished former Miami Dolphins are irritated, too, though they are more measured and reserved in their assessment than some ex-Hurricanes have been.
- Will the Titans end their streak against Andrew Luck? (tennessean.com) - It’s the story line that just won’t die. From the time Andrew Luck was drafted by the Colts with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 draft until now, it’s the stat that haunts Tennessee. Luck 9, Titans 0.
- How will Joey Bosa’s return impact the Chargers? (Orange County Register) - It is dangerous to assume, of course, and there are no assurances that Joey Bosa will be on the field Sunday for the Chargers against Denver. But consider that the Chargers are 7-2 without Bosa, and that their only losses are to the NFL’s current two best teams, Kansas City and the Rams. Then imagine how they might soar once one of football’s most feared pass rushers returns.
- 6 coaches whose job is on the line (ESPN) - Winning Super Bowls buys head coaches a lot of job security in the NFL. However, string together a few disappointing seasons and that security evaporates quickly. That’s the case for a couple of our coaches on the hot seat as we enter Week 11. For other coaches, mediocrity and below-average performance got them in trouble. Here’s a closer look at six head coaches with strong uncertainties surrounding their job security.