Hue Jackson is out as head coach of the Cleveland Browns, following yesterday's 33-18 loss to the division rival Pittsburgh Steelers. According to PFTCommenter, it marks the sixth straight time that a Browns head coach has been fired after the second game of the season against the Steelers.

The Browns are 2-5-1 this season and 3-36-1 overall under Jackson. For his career as an NFL head coach, Jackson is 11-44-1.

According to Pro Football Talk, of the 219 coaches in NFL history who coached at least 40 games in their career, Jackson ranks 218th with a career winning percentage of .205. The only coach who was worse than Jackson was Bert Bell, who coached the Eagles from 1936-1941, where he went 10-46-2 but couldn't be fired because he owned the damn team.

Additionally, the Browns have fired offensive coordinator Todd Haley and named defensive coordinator Gregg Williams the team's interim head coach.

The Browns will host the 7-1 Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9.