The Cleveland Browns went 0-4 during the preseason and kicked off the regular season with a 29-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday.
But that's not stopping Head Coach Hue Jackson from being optimistic.
When Jackson was asked Wednesday about his performance during Sunday's game, he said it was "horrible" but continued:
"Anytime we lose, I am doing horrible. I am the leader of this whole deal. There is nothing else. I can’t judge myself any other way. It is wins and losses. If I have too many losses at the end, I’ll be the first to tell you I did not do well enough. If I have more wins, I’m going to tell you I am OK. I don’t know that it is ever going to be good enough until you win the Super Bowl, right? That’s what it’s all about. It’s not about anything else, and that is what I came here for. I didn’t come here to be average. I didn’t come here just to win a few games and go on about my business. I came here to help this organization win a championship. How fast that is going to happen, I don’t know. I don’t know if there is going to be a ton of struggle before there are a ton of great times, but I’m not worried about people not being happy right now. I am going to do the best job that I can with our staff and these players, and we are going to keep working at it. My point is eventually they will love me because we are going to win, and we are going to win a championship here for the Cleveland Browns."
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