I'm not worried, on the contrary, I'm quite relieved. Having watched a lot of Oregon games, I disagree with the notion that Chip Kelly does anything mind-blowing on offense. While he does use a lot of good concepts, plenty of teams use those same concepts (notably the Pats). When his offense goes up against a notable defense, his teams have fallen short on numerous occasions and I'm not talking about against Auburn. The main difference to me is the pace at they run, and that's not going to work in the NFL. The salary cap and long schedule will prevent it, it's not possible to have depth effective enough to run it, at least not on a consistent basis. On top of that, Cleveland lacks the personnel on offense to really make much of a difference. Seriously, we're not going to be scared of Old Man Weeden, are we?
And it's still Cleveland. If any organization/city/team could put the brakes on an over-hyped coach it's that one.
Edited by T3hRaven, 04 January 2013 - 06:42 PM.