I always wondered what happened in Cleveland where BB did not have a very good overall record,Did he not have the guys or was he just not ready for coaching at the helm yet or did he learn slowly from working with legendary coaches like Parcells? Why was he not the master game planner and brilliant strategist that he has become?. I know there was a book on it or something regarding the sudden change but I always was curious to how he got so good when he was not very good in Cleveland. I am betting it was the Modell trying to move the team and other things within the FO that bothered him and affected his work. Its just something you really don't see in coaching,Usually you are either a good then great coach right from the getgo or you will suck and be average at best like a Norv Turner,Wade Phillips or Marty Schottenheimer who have never really come around....Yet Any educated response out there? Is it having guys like Brady (which doesn't hurt success) or something more that changed his coaching career totally around?