Their team finishing the season 0-16 is pretty much an afterthought for Cleveland Browns fans at this point.
Just the San Diego Chargers and the Pittsburgh Steelers remain on the schedule, and considering the Steelers are still vying for either a Wild Card or an outright division title, that leaves the 5-9 Chargers team as the last realistically winnable game. And as bad as they are, they’ll still be favored in that matchup.
But should the Browns go winless, and don’t bet against it, it would bring a whole host of dubious marks to the forefront. The Browns would actually go 0-20 this year — 0-16 during the regular season and 0-4 during the preseason.
In addition, Cleveland lost their last three games of 2015, which would mean they could lose 23 games in a row!
And if that’s nt bad enough — the Browns lost 10 of their last 11 games last season as well, giving them an unthinkable 1-30 record over their last 31 games. If there’s any silver lining in Cleveland, it’s the upcoming draft.
Hopefully, the front office can do the city a favor and stay away from quarterbacks.