The Cleveland Browns Mike Gartner Womens Jersey seem committed to head coach Hue Jackson -- but if Marvin Lewis resigns in Cincinnati, speculation about his successor will turn to Jackson, the Bengals' former offensive coordinator. Will Jackson be coaching the Browns or Bengals in 2018? Our AFC North reporters weigh in. Jeremy Fowler, ESPN's Pittsburgh Steelers reporter: That's a fascinating scenario, and one that Jackson would be foolish not to consider, but I predict he'll coach the Browns in 2018. Jackson can look at the ever-expanding list of Browns head coaches and compare it with http://www.officialwashingtoncapitals.com/Adidas-Mike-Gartner-Jersey Cincinnati, which has supported Lewis through 14 years, zero playoff wins and four losing seasons. The Bengals exhibit patience, a quality that is attractive to any coaching candidate. But the wild card is Jackson's seemingly positive momentum in Cleveland. Though he must win eventually, he has the right makeup for the Browns job and could earn a longer leash as a result. If Cleveland shows reasonable improvement in 2017, Jackson will stay close to Lake Erie. Jamison Hensley, ESPN's Baltimore Ravens reporter: Browns. I believe Lewis will be coaching the Bengals in 2018, so this point is moot. Even if the Bengals' position opened up, Jackson will stay with the Browns. Jackson was fired by the Oakland Raiders in 2011 after going 8-8. It took five years before another organization put its faith in Jackson to be its head coach. The Browns won't show the same lack Authentic Geneo Grissom Youth Jersey of patience that the Raiders had with him. No one would blame Jackson if he wanted to go. It's not as if the Browns have been the portrait of loyalty. Cleveland has had six head coaches since 2008. But these Browns are being built for the future and Jackson will want to see it through after the trials of a one-win season. Katherine Terrell, ESPN's Cincinnati Bengals reporter: Marvin Lewis might or might not be in Cincinnati in 2018. There has been a lot of speculation about his future as he enters the final season of his contract. Whatever happens to Lewis, it http://www.newenglandpatriotsauthorizedstore.com/geneo-grissom-jersey-elite appears the Bengals' window for getting Hue Jackson has passed. The Bengals had discussed a potential succession plan for Jackson to take over for Lewis in 2018 following his retirement, but that never came to fruition and Jackson accepted the head coaching position in Cleveland. Yes, the Browns haven't had much patience with their coaches lately. In fact, two seasons seems to be the going rate for a coach's tenure in Cleveland. But they also appear to be trying to make some changes and have essentially undergone a total rebuild. Of course, he's not totally safe. Jackson is going to have to finish better than 1-15 this time. But the likelihood of Jackson being free to accept a job with the Bengals and Lewis retiring or not having his contract renewed in the same season seems unlikely. Today's question: Does Dez Bryant carry the same weight in terms of being an upper-echelon receiver? Jordan Raanan, New York Giants reporter: When he’s healthy and on the field, Bryant is an upper-echelon receiver. He gets into the end zone with regularity. Even last season when he had -- by his standards -- a down year, Bryant scored a touchdown on 8 percent of his targets. That was better than Odell Beckham Jr., who scored on just 6 percent of the passes thrown in his direction. It doesn’t mean that Bryant is better than Beckham -- he’s not. But when he’s healthy and happy, he’s in that Frank Clark Jersey upper echelon with Beckham, Antonio Brown, Julio Jones and A.J. Green. His touchdown efficiency puts him there. Tim McManus, Philadelphia Eagles reporter: I think his case has regressed somewhat. The Eagles faced a crazy amount of elite receivers last year, so the topic of “Who is the best?” came up a good amount. Brown led the way in responses followed by the likes of Julio Jones and Beckham. That’s not to say that there isn’t still a high level of respect for Bryant. He is still considered to be in the top tier, just maybe not as high up as he once was. The Eagles have plenty of reasons to be fearful of him, as he seems to save his best for his matchups against Philly. He has more career receiving yards (888) and touchdowns (9) against the Eagles than any other team. John Keim, Washington Redskins reporter: I know what Josh Norman thinks. As you might have heard, Norman referred to him as just a guy in a Bleacher Report article. I wouldn’t say that at all. After the past two seasons, I also can’t put him in the same category as receivers such as Brown or Jones, either. The Redskins certainly viewed him in a different light, considering they altered their coverages so as to have Norman cover Bryant solo in the fourth quarter of their first meeting. They did the same for most of the season's second matchup. The Redskins only made that switch with upper-echelon receivers (after Week 2 that is). The http://www.seattleseahawksauthorizedstore.com/frank-clark-jersey-elite problem is that in his last 22 games, Bryant has averaged just 3.7 catches per game. From 2012-14, he averaged 5.7 catches per outing. Some of it could be quarterback related -- poor play in ’15; a rookie, albeit a good one, playing under center in ’16 -- or a run-heavy offense. Also, according to ESPN Stats & Information, Bryant averaged a catch on 12.2 percent of his routes (and 11.6 over the last two years combined). Compare that to Brown (18.8 percent), Jones (18.4) and Beckham (16.8). One final stat: Bryant has caught 59.6 percent of the passes thrown his way during his career; that number dropped to 47.9 percent combined the past two years. Bryant is still an excellent target who is only 28 years old, and he's playing with a quarterback who should keep improving -- though he had a good thing with retired QB Tony Romo. But Bryant does not scare in the same manner as a Jones or Brown.