The Cleveland Browns made a head coaching move that fans highly approve of. They promoted offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens to head coach, which keeps other teams in need of a coach from being able to woo him away from Cleveland.
Kitchens took over the play-calling duties in Week 9 and the team thrived as a result — winning five of its eight final games.
Let’s check in and see just how thrilled the Cleveland fan base is.
— Sarah (@SarahVal94) January 9, 2019
Walking into Berea like: pic.twitter.com/7Qawp9FUHK
— Freddie Kitchens Playbook (@FreddiePlaybook) January 9, 2019
Freddie Kitchens was the quarterback for the first Alabama game I ever went to, a 37-0 blowout of Ole Miss in 1996. And now he's the Browns head coach. Good luck and Roll Tide, Freddie.
— Trey (@TreyIrby) January 9, 2019
— Lisa H 💗 (@lisamariehash) January 9, 2019
Who’s a huge hire. Freddie Kitchens is a huge hire.
— Skylar Tatem (@SkyTatem) January 9, 2019
— Autumn🤙🏼 (@ayebee11) January 9, 2019
I have not had an NFL team that i pull for in YEARS! This year I pulled for the #browns because I shot their commercial as well as getting to meet some of the fine people in that organization. The hiring of #FreddieKitchens means I am going to be a fan for a long time.
— KKimlin_DP |🎥|📸 (@KKimlinDP) January 9, 2019
Freddie Kitchens once said, “It costs absolutely nothing to be nice and you’re kind of the author of your own story.” I have a feeling your story is just getting started, Thick. #Browns
— TheLand (@CodyNicholasS) January 9, 2019
This is an incredible opportunity for Freddie Kitchens, and he earned it! https://t.co/DnnmauDnfS
— Gary L. Harris (@garyharris_wvua) January 9, 2019
If Freddie Kitchens wins more than 10 games next season, its a great hire…
— C.L.E. UNDERDAWGS (@PapaKelch) January 9, 2019
Time will tell, but I love the Freddie Kitchens hire. He’s direct, has a refreshing perspective and seems to be a perfect culture fit for this team, and this city at this time. Oh, and go look at Baker’s #’s with him as OC. You won’t find better for a rookie in NFL history.
— Dominic Moscato (@DominicMoscato) January 9, 2019