Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson Doesn't Want to Think About 1-25 Record

Zac WassinkFeatured ColumnistNovember 20, 2017

After losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars, 19-7, at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday, the Cleveland Browns fell to 0-10 for the season, and the club dropped to 1-25, overall, since Hue Jackson became head coach ahead of the 2016 campaign.

Jackson would rather not reflect on that statistic. 

"What is the record, 1-25? Lord, have mercy," he said to reporters on Monday, per ESPN.com's Pat McManamon. "I try not to even think about how many it’s been." 

Cleveland's only win under Jackson occurred last Christmas Eve when the Browns defeated the then-San Diego Chargers 20-17 at home. 

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