With the Browns' humiliating 13-6 loss to the 2-10 Buffalo Bills, many in Cleveland have already begun to speculate on the future of Browns head coach Eric Mangini, who currently has a 10-18 record with the team.
Depending on what Browns fan you talk to, it's either you love Eric Mangini or you hate him—it's that simple.
No Browns boss has been this divisive amongst Browns fans since Manigini's onetime mentor turned mortal enemy, current New England Patriots and former Cleveland Browns head coach Bill Belichick.
For Browns fans who have had to deal with almost two seasons of indecisiveness at the QB spot, an inept offense, questionable drafting (David Veikune?) and fundamentally weak and shoddy defenses (let's not even discuss the tackling...or lack thereof), Mangini's current legacy in Cleveland isn't very good.
But as bad as the above issues are, there are also some positives such as the improved discipline, a major cut-down on penalties, better clock management and a smarter, more attacking defense.
But after today's loss in Buffalo, one might have to start wondering if Mangini's time could be up.
We will now examine the top 10 reasons why Mangini is back on the hot seat.