I get the "be careful what you wish for" argument, but I also feel that the Browns were in a decade-long holding pattern under Lerner - who simply was born into ownership. Certainly, Haslam sees the advantages of a built-in fortune ("subsidized" is wildly accurate), yet I would think (hope) that the new owner is willing to build a tangible management structure that doesn't allow four head coaches and four and a half GMs in one decade. Post-Lerner, all a Browns fan can truly ask for is basic competency.
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