The Browns lead the NFL with the most losing seasons in 10 years, with only 1 season in those ten years being a winning one. Now, we have a chance to break that curse and actually get a winning season going. Can the Browns do exactly that this season? I sure hope so, because I don't want this team to keep being known as that team that had 9 out of 10 losing seasons.
When the Cleveland Browns signed Deshaun Watson to a five-year, $230 million deal, they made a statement to the league that they weren't messing
I have been a browns fan since 1963. I thought Randy learner would be the worse owner we would ever have, i was wrong. Jimmy halsam and his team, just don't have a plan or know how to build a winning football team. i expect 2023 to be a another losing year. were not as talented as everone says. our defensive cannot stop the run and the only real offensive we have is nick chubb.
now i hear rumors of them wanting to trade nick. what a mistake that would be. most of the free agents they sign are failures. john johnson, great example.
these guys don't have a plan on how to build this team. strong defensive that can stop the run and a solid running offensive. like the days of jim brown and bernie kosar. when ever cleveland has good teams, they always had a stong running game and a solid defensive that could stop the run.
sad to say, i expect another losing season and many more to come in the future.
unless, jimmy halsam actually turns the team over to someone else, then we could have a chance at being great again.