Turnover at the top is often indicative of poor records. Just ask the Cleveland Browns.
The eras with stable head coaches (Paul Brown, Blanton Collier, Sam Rutigliano etc.) and quarterbacks (Otto Graham, Frank Ryan, Brian Sipe, Bernie Kosar) were the winning teams. It's probably both cause and effect.
Is this what Hewlett Packard, with yet another CEO change, has in its future?
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