On a day of record-breaking individual performances by Jerome Harrison and Josh Cribbs, the embattled coach may have emerged the biggest winner in the Browns’ 41-34 triumph over the Kansas City Chiefs. Harrison broke Jim Brown’s franchise record and posted the third-highest rushing total in NFL history with a remarkable 34-carry, 286-yard rushing game that included touchdown runs of 71, eight and 28 yards. Cribbs ripped off kickoff return touchdowns of 100 and 103 yards, matching Cleveland native Ted Ginn Jr. of Miami as the only players in history to do that.
What could this mean for Mangini?
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