The Cleveland Browns were formed in 1946, but moved to the National Football League in 1950. Their time in the NFL has made them one of the older teams in the league, in which they have captured 28 Playoff Appearances, 13 Division Championships, 11 Conference Championships, and an impressive 8 League Championships. The Browns play in the North Division of the AFC, where they call home to Cleveland Browns Stadium, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Last season proved to be a tough one for the Browns. They finished the regular season with a difficult 4-12 regular season record. Though down, this Organization is not out. Lead by Head Coach Pat Shurmur, the Browns look to collect themselves and change their standings in the NFL. It is not easy to compete in a division consisting of teams like the Pittsburg Steelers, and the Baltimore Ravens. Though, the Browns will never make excuses for their performances, they understand it is going to take some work to meet their potential. This upcoming season, look for the browns to come out with a new mentality consumed by hunger for victory.
Being in professional football for so long, the Browns have established one of the best fan bases in football. These diehard fans can catch every Browns game at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. This impressive stadium seats approximately 73,200 fans, ensuring each and every section has a unique view of the field. This stadium also hosts events aside from NFL football such as college and high school football, concerts and soccer. The venue is minutes away from popular destinations such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Great Lakes Science Center. The stadium is a prime location to watch a football game.
Can the Browns really expect a change for the better in 2012? There is no doubt in the Browns mind that they have the potential to not only turn their record around, but demonstrate the progress they have worked so hard to gain. The 2012 season won’t be an easy one, but they understand the first step in success is putting in the work to feel the reward. Right now, the Browns may not win every game, but they have taken the necessary first steps to stage a comeback nobody is expecting.
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