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11-14-2008, 12:16 PM
Cleveland fans are getting into the act

It is our opinion at Cowher09.com that the Browns are in dire need of a head coaching change. Though there are many qualified coaches available, one stands out above the rest.

Bill Cowher has been a marked man in Cleveland for over two decades. He continuously had the success (10 playoff appearances in 15 years) that the Browns could only dream. Just the thought of Cowher becoming the Browns head coach would have been blasphemous…… until now. The reality of the situation is that Cowher is a hell of a coach. He played for the Browns, coached the Browns, and was passed over BY the Browns for our head coaching spot (stupid Belichick). He went to Pittsburgh as his second choice. You can’t blame the guy for wanting to be a head coach!

Now retired, “The Chin” is enjoying learning piano and relaxing down in North Carolina. We can all appreciate this blissful walk into the sunset. However, Cowher has said on several occasions that he still has a strong itch to coach again. His youngest daughter will be leaving for college next fall and he will have an empty nest. Restlessness will set in. If you don’t think the headstrong, psychopathic, adrenalin filled man’s man is dreaming about coming back, then you my friend are crazy.

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As Romeo Crennel’s seat gets increasingly uncomfortable, an Elyrian is helping to turn up the heat.

Sam Lambert is one of two Browns fans who launched the Web site Cowher09.com to show their support for hiring former Steelers coach Bill Cowher as the next Browns coach. Of course, that’s under the presumption Crennel isn’t around after what’s turning into a disappointing 2008 season.

“Cowher’s available. He wants to coach somewhere again,” Lambert said Tuesday. “I think he’d be a great fit for Cleveland.”

Cowher, who played for Cleveland and was an assistant under Marty Schottenheimer, coached Pittsburgh from 1992-2006. He was 21-5 against the Browns and won the Super Bowl following the 2005 season. He works on the CBS pregame show, but has said he’s open to returning to the sideline in 2009.

“It would be something to spark the rivalry that seems truly gone,” Lambert said, referring to the Steelers’ 10-game winning streak. “With him as our coach, we can do to them what they’ve done to us.”

Lambert and Ryan Martz, both season-ticket holders, started the Web site in September during the Browns’ 0-3 start after hatching the idea over a couple of drinks. For the next six weeks, as the Browns managed to win a few games, the site was largely irrelevant.

11-14-2008, 03:45 PM
I wouldn't be suprised if it happened.