The Cleveland Browns are trying to return to the glory days of the franchise. With new ownership and the support of 73,000 fans at Cleveland Stadium, the Browns can accomplish that goal. The Cleveland Browns are making good progress and would like for you to experience a game. To purchase Cleveland Browns Home and Away Game tickets visit BroadRippleTickets.com marketplace before tickets are gone!
Since rejoining the National Football League in 1999, the Cleveland Browns have only made the NFL Playoffs once winning just 18 games over the past four seasons combined. The Browns could not improve on their record and finished the season with 4-12 record. The Browns have not gotten past the 10 win plateau since 200, being stuck on four or five wins the last couple of seasons. However, there still optimism in Cleveland especially with the ownership and management group.
The Browns are continually making strides to be a better team. When the team competes against the best teams in the National Football League, they are a tough opponent for the elite teams. They are especially a tough opponent for their division rivals the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Cincinnati Bengals. The Browns always will play their divisional opponents tough no matter how bad the team might be. There is no easy opponent in the AFC North Division and their road to the playoffs will be tough this year as they play teams from the NFC East.
The Browns play at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. The stadium seats over 73,000 football fans, and routinely sells-out, so get your Cleveland Browns Tickets today to guarantee a seat to the action!
What stadium do the Cleveland Browns call home? Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland
Who is the coach of the Cleveland Browns? Pat Shurmur
What was the first year the Cleveland Browns played in the NFL? 1950
Who is the owner of the Cleveland Browns? Randy Lerner
What is the name of the General Manager of the Cleveland Browns? Tom Heckert