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Cleveland Browns

Conference: American Football Conference (AFC)

Division: AFC North

Stadium: Cleveland Browns Stadium (capacity 67,431)

Head Coach: Kevin Stefanski (2020-present)

Starting Quarterback: Joe Flacco

Star Players: Myles Garrett (DE), Nick Chubb (RB), Joel Botino (OG)

2022 Regular Season: 7-10 (12th in AFC)

2022 Playoffs: Did not qualify

Legendary Former Players: Jim Brown (RB/FB), Otto Graham (QB), Joe Thomas (LT)

Super Bowls (NFL Championships): 0

Cleveland Browns

With their first season played the year after World War II ended, the Cleveland Browns have a long history in the NFL, if not one highlighted by anything resembling recent success. Prior to the merger of the AFL and NFL in 1970, the Browns had actually won 4 NFL championships (the last coming in 1964) and finished as runners-up 7 times. After the 1970 merger, the team soon began to struggle to make the playoffs, although the late 1980s saw a resurgence led by local hero quarterback Bernie Kosar along with star receivers Brian Brennan and the incredibly named Webster Slaughter, when the Browns made five consecutive playoff runs, falling one win short of reaching their first-ever Super Bowl on three occasions in the AFC Championship. Entering the 1990s, the team began to fade on the field, but even worse things were on the horizon in 1996 when the team was relocated to Baltimore (where they became the Baltimore Ravens) amidst considerable local uproar. Fortunately, a compromise was reached by which Cleveland would receive an expansion team that could retain the original name and colors* of the Cleveland Browns. The newly recast Browns returned to the field in 1999, but have not impressed, to say the least, making the playoffs just twice in the 24 seasons since (and recording a 0-16 season in 2017…yikes). In 2020, they did manage to win their first playoff game in nearly thirty years, downing the Pittsburgh Steelers 48-37 in the Wild Card, but Browns fans will likely remain skeptical of their team ever making progress until more consistency can be established.

*Note: the Browns are the only NFL team to play without a logo on their helmets, with the color brown alone symbolizing the team’s name. Incidentally, the name actually derives from the team’s first coach, Paul Brown.

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