2014 Cleveland Browns Road Schedule
The Cleveland Browns are back with a new look for the team and some exciting
new players on the roster, giving them a bright future but also a chance to do some serious damage in the AFC North. This
is a team that is quickly gaining a reputation for having one of the most talent-heavy rosters in the league, and they're
just a piece or two away from turning the corner and giving the rest of the division a run for its money. It's not only about
the home games at FirstEnergy Stadium, however, as road games are sure to be absolutely filled to the brim with great fans
who come out in support of their Browns.
The Browns will head to Pittsburgh (Sept. 7), Cincinnati (Nov. 6) and Baltimore
(Dec. 28) to kick-off with their division rivals on the road in 2014, marking three of the biggest games of the season. The
Bengals were able to win the division title in 2013, so the Browns will most certainly be looking to get a victory in Cincy
this season – a game that is sure to have more than enough fanfare thanks to it being a heated in-state rivalry. The
AFC North has rapidly turned into one of the best divisions in the league for intense rivalries, and the Browns will be right
in the thick of the action all season long.
It's not only about the divisional matchups, though, as the Browns will
also take on the Jaguars (Oct. 19), the Falcons (Nov. 23) and the Panthers (Dec. 21), providing even more opportunities for
fans looking to get out of town and see their Browns in the middle of a huge away game. When the game is on the line and your
Browns are just one big play away from quieting the crowd and bringing home a huge victory on the road, you'll see what Cleveland
Browns football is all about.
Cleveland Browns Team Info
One of the most exciting parts of the roster,
undoubtedly, is the addition of Johnny Manziel, the explosive first-round draft pick who was selected by the Browns with the
22nd overall pick out of Texas A&M. Manziel has been in competition for the starting gig pretty much from day one, and
either way the Browns will be looking to take a step forward from 2013 with their signal callers. They also have a strong
passing attack as well, with Miles Austin coming over to Cleveland after seven seasons in the NFC with the Cowboys. The Browns
also have a very staunch defense loaded with playmakers as well, giving them the type of balance that can win in a variety
of different ways. With the Browns looking to take their game to the next level in the AFC North, it's sure to be a season
loaded with promise and possibilities.
NFL Road Experience
Fans that have been to an NFL game know what
a great time it is, especially when you see your favorite football team on the road. When the Browns are digging in away from
home near the end of the game and do what it takes to come out on top, there is no satisfaction like seeing an opposing fan
base silenced by the Cleveland players. The best of the best in the National Football League can always find a way to get
a win away from home, where it's never easy to take home the victory. Make sure you're there in the stands when the Browns
take the field this regular season for one of their eight road games and you'll end up seeing the Browns from a completely
different perspective that you won't soon forget.
Cleveland Browns History
The original Cleveland Browns
first took to the gridiron back in 1945 as a member of the All-America Football Conference. The Browns were nearly unstoppable
during their first several seasons of existence and entered the NFL in 1950, a season in which they won the NFL Championship.
The franchise captured three more NFL titles prior to the NFL-AFL merger in 1970, the last of which came in 1964. Though eventually
the original franchise would move to Baltimore, the new Browns sprang up in the late-1990s and picked up where the original
team left off. With the Browns looking to pull it together and reach their potential in another exciting era of football,
it simply doesn't get any better than this.
Cleveland Browns Trivia
Did you know that Johnny Manziel won
the Manning Award?
Though just about everyone knows that he won the Heisman Trophy, not everyone knows about the coveted
Manning Award. Named after Archie Manning as well as his pro quarterback sons Eli and Peyton, the Manning Award takes into
consideration not just regular season stats but postseason performance as well. More than just a regular season stats monster,
Manziel has shown that he can perform in a big way during the postseason when the games matter the most, giving Cleveland
fans even more optimism as he looks to elevate the Browns into a contender.