CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Decisions, decisions.
Should Cleveland Browns GM John Dorsey stick with Gregg Williams as head coach?
Williams, the former defensive coordinator -- who still runs the defense -- is 4-2 since becoming interim head coach.
The players and fans like him, but is that enough for Dorsey as he mulls whether to change up the coaching scheme going into next season?
From 2001 to 2003, Williams was the head coach of the Buffalo Bills, who went 3-13, 8-8 and 6-10, respectively, during those seasons.
Also, his wins as interim head coach were all against teams with losing records. (Falcons, Bengals, Panthers and Broncos).
His losses came against teams with winning records (Chiefs, Texans).
Yet, 4-2 in six games in the NFL is a solid start.
Is it time for Williams to get a second crack at leading a team given the Browns immediate turnaround following Hue Jackson’s termination?