Eric Mangini has four more four games to prove to Browns boss Mike Holmgren that he should keep his job. The Browns are 5-7 right now and have won two straight games. Cleveland finished strong under Mangini last year, winning their last four games. Browns QB Jake Delhomme didn’t throw an interception last week against the Dolphins, who held RB Peyton Hillis to 57 yards rushing. Hillis needs 38 yards to reach 1,000 rushing yards and become the first white runner in the league since Craig James in 1985 with the Patriots to reach that mark. He should do it, because Buffalo has allowed six teams to rush for at least 200 yards this season. Browns rookie CB Joe Haden has an interception in four straight games and hopes to do the same to Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Eric Mangini has four more four games to prove to Brown...
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