Cleveland Browns Schedule
The Cleveland Browns are looking to take the AFC North by storm this season with their
team of up-and-coming youngsters that are ready to make their mark on the National Football League. When the Browns hit the
field for a top-tier match-up, the only place to be is the stands, where you'll be a part of the action in a way that just
can't be replicated. Come out to the stands and see what all the buzz is about by joining the tens of thousands of Browns
fans that routinely pour into the stadium to see the big game.
The Browns will have to play well against their division
rivals this season if they hope to reach the playoffs. The team will face off against their in-state rivals, the Cincinnati
Bengals, twice this season, and those games will be huge. The Bengals won the AFC North title last season and look like a
solid bet to do so yet again, but the Browns will look to steal at least one win away from Cincy this season, perhaps even
sweep the season series. These games are always heated, and the atmosphere in the stands is electric. Games against the Pittsburgh
Steelers and Baltimore Ravens are always great contests as well, and you can be there to see the action unfold right before
your very eyes.
Cleveland Browns Team Info
The Cleveland Browns had a busy season in 2013, and the club
shocked a lot of people when they traded their 2012 first-round pick, running back Trent Richardson, to the Indianapolis Colts
early in the season. The Browns got some nice performances early in the season from quarterback Brian Hoyer, but Hoyer would
tear his ACL before the midseason mark. The Browns struggled with quarterback play following Hoyer's injury, but the team
did see a potential star emerge at the wide receiver position. Josh Gordon set the league in fire last season, racking up
more than 1600 yards and being named an All Pro. The Browns have a lot of potential just waiting to be tapped, and the coaching
staff will look to unleash that potential on the rest of the league in 2014. This should be an exciting season of Browns football
as fans get the chance to see the new direction of this franchise.
Fans that have been
to an NFL game know that you simply can't top being there in the stands to be a part of the action, especially when you see
your favorite football team take the field. When the Browns are digging in late in the game, it's always helpful to them to
hear their fans in the stands, whether at home or on the road. The best of the best in the National Football League can always
find a way to get a win, and the fans love to come out and support a team like that. The home games on the Cleveland Browns
schedule take place at First Energy Stadium, a great venue that opened in 1999 under the name Cleveland Browns Stadium. Though
seeing a big home game is absolutely a must if you're a true fan, road games can be just as exhilarating, giving you plenty
of opportunities to join in the heart-pounding excitement each and every season. Make sure to be a part of all the exhilarating
NFL action this Season by heading out to as many games as possible.
Cleveland Browns Trivia
How did the
Cleveland Browns acquire wide receiver Josh Gordon?
The answer is by selecting Gordon in the second round of the 2012
NFL Supplemental Draft. The Supplemental Draft is for players that have decided to enter the pro game after the NFL draft
is over, and it is uncommon for more than a few players to be selected in this draft, as the team has to give up a pick in
the corresponding round in the next NFL draft to compensate for the selection they used in the Supplemental Draft. This move
by the Browns turned out to be a stroke of genius, though, as Gordon has quickly emerged into a top-level wideout, even with
the Cleveland quarterback woes last season. The Browns think they have a star in Gordon, and one would be hard-pressed to
Cleveland Browns History
The Cleveland Browns were founded back in 1945 as a member of the All-America
Football Conference, and the team joined the National Football League several years later. The Browns won the NFL Championship
during their first season as a part of the league. The franchise earned three more NFL title in the pre-Super Bowl era. The
Browns have not been able to capture the Vince Lombardi Trophy as of yet, but this organization in working hard at every level
to make it happen as soon as possible. Cleveland fans are waiting for the day that their beloved Browns win it all.