Browns lineman offers explanation for improvement under Gregg Williams
The Cleveland Browns have markedly improved under interim coach Gregg Williams, winning two of three games, both by double digits. According to one of his players, there is one simple reason why.
Browns center JC Tretter said Monday that Williams has made the team more disciplined by clearly laying out expectations, as well as detailed explanations when things go wrong.
#Browns center JC Tretter on why the team is more disciplined under interim coach Gregg Williams: Rules and what's expected from each person on the team when it comes to penalties and missed assignments, it's spelled out, there is no confusion
— Nate Ulrich (@ByNateUlrich) November 26, 2018
It’s a pretty simple thing and an indictment of Hue Jackson, as the implication is he wasn’t doing this stuff. There are other clear reasons the Browns have improved since his departure, but it all paints a pretty clear picture that the entire organization is much better off since his firing.