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Browns fans growing impatient

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

It is another Monday moaning of missed opportunity for Browns fans.  Fans furious with a controversial fourth down call late in the game by head coach Pat Shurmur that resulted with an incomplete pass that basically ended the game.  Fans are upset with the play calling that resulted in five field goals, instead of touchdowns. 

"The play calling in the red zone, the play calling is just, they need a little imagination," said Browns fan Mike Bisesi.

Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden did not play well Sunday, but Shurmur is the guy getting the heat.

"I think it's the coaching decisions," said fan Meghan Wilson.

It may not be time for a coaching change, but some fans want to see a changes made on game day.

"I think Shurmur has too much on his plate. He needs to let the offensive coordinator do his job. I don't see the advantage of Shurmur calling the plays, he can't handle it because his clock management is so weak," said another fan.

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is on record as saying he will wait on making major moves. We'll see.

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