The Browns rang in the New Year with what was by far their worst performance of the season on Monday Night Football against the Steelers.
In Monday Night’s showdown with the Steelers in Pittsburgh, the Browns will know if they’re fighting for their playoff lives or not.
We got to experience two gut-punching losses in one week as the Browns lost their second straight 2-point game to the Green Bay Packers.
Christmas Day will bring a matchup between the Browns and the Packers in Green Bay. Green Bay comes in as a touchdown favorite in this one.
The Browns lost to the Las Vegas Raiders in a 16-14 gut punch straight to the heart in a makeshift COVID Monday Night Football game.
On Saturday, the Browns will battle another team fighting for playoff positioning when they face the Las Vegas Raiders in Cleveland.
The Cleveland Browns were the SOLE victors from the AFC North this weekend as they escaped the Baltimore Ravens 24-22.
For a whole weekend, we didn’t need to worry about our boys in Cleveland; we just sat back and watched the rest of the AFC look pedestrian.
The NFL has finally shown the Cleveland Browns some mercy and allowed us to take a much-needed BYE week. Let’s face it: this team is a mess.
Well half the team showed up in Baltimore on Sunday night when the Cleveland Browns lost to the Ravens 16-10.