5 Reasons Why Romeo Crennel Will Make Fans Forget His Failed Time in Cleveland

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5 Reasons Why Romeo Crennel Will Make Fans Forget His Failed Time in Cleveland
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Romeo Crennel left the Cleveland Browns in 2008 with a 24-40 record, but will build an unwavering foundation in Kansas City from Cleveland's tossed bricks. 

Kansas City and Cleveland are typical Midwestern sports towns. The former is renowned for barbecue-scented trails greeting the team buses as they turn into Arrowhead's parking lot, the latter invokes a snapshot of the Dawg Pound's collective breath visibly outlined in brisk fall air. 

Romeo Crennel has witnessed the respective franchises at their deepest lows and highest peaks. The now-senior citizen has watched molehills evolve into mountains and vice versa. 

After a disheartening and injury-riddled 2011 season, the Kansas City Chiefs will attempt to revert to their 2010 playoff form. 

On a weekly basis, NFL head coaches attempt to solve puzzles. It's a game of riddles. 

With that being said, here are five reasons proving that this old "Dawg" will teach new tricks in 2012.

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