As you might have heard, the Cleveland Browns' most hyped season in recent memory has not been going as hoped. Between Myles Garrett's now-infamous helmet-bonking of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and Baker Mayfield's sophomore struggles, the team has been loudly struggling at 5-7 and head coach Freddie Kitchens' seat is getting hotter by the week. There's a disconnect between offensive coordinator Todd Monken, who answers for the offense every Thursday and has jokingly called it his weekly “dentist appointment,” and Kitchens, who calls the plays on game day with input from Monken, quarterbacks coach Ryan Lindley, and some say even inactive quarterback Drew Stanton.