There is no longer an unbeaten team in the NFL after the Philadelphia Eagles ended the Minnesota Vikings’ perfect start, but there is still one team without a victory this season.

The Cleveland Browns, sitting at 0-7, have yet to win a single game in 2016. They’ve dealt with numerous injuries at quarterback, a troubled wide receiver in Josh Gordon, and a secondary that’s been depleted and retooled of late. Their disastrous (yet, somewhat expected) start to the season has led to some understandable frustration, particularly on the part of head coach Hue Jackson.

Sunday’s loss to the Bengals was a perfect representation of his dissatisfaction through seven weeks. With about five minutes left in the game, Jackson ditched his headset and handed play-calling duties to assistant coach Pep Hamilton. He later called out his team, too.