i wont be too surprised if mangini does decently well in cleveland.
It's a tough one to call. I'm not at all surprised that Mangini impresses the heck out of owners in interviews; he's an extremely bright guy with plenty of knowledge. Where he failed, consistently, was as a leader. He leaves a dysfunctional locker room and a trail of bitter players behind him.
BB spend some years quietly maturing as a DC before leaping back into the HC ranks. Mangini isn't getting any time to learn from his mistakes, so why should this time be different?