- Super Bowl Championships: 0
- Last Super Bowl Appearance: N/A
- Claim to Fame: Jim Brown’s 12,312 career rushing yards was a record that held for more than 20 years
- Claim to Shame: Pick one from a hat. The most recent is their 1-31 over the last two seasons
The Cleveland Browns’ history dates back to 1944, when the team was formed and began play in the All-America Football Conference (AAFC) in 1946. Cleveland was a dominant franchise, winning all four AAFC championship games while posting a 52-4-3 record.
The league folded in 1949 and Cleveland would go on to join the NFL in 1950. Their dominance continued in reaching six straight NFL Championship games from 1950-1955. They won the championship during the first year in the league in 1950 and also in ‘54 and ‘55.
Soon after, future Hall of Fame RB Jim Brown joined the team in 1957. Brown would go on to lead the league in rushing in eight of his nine seasons, and also in total touchdowns in five seasons. He currently ranks as the NFL’s 10th all-time leading rusher.
All that winning left with Jimmy Haslam taking over ownership, though. Under Haslam, the Browns have the lowest winning percentage in their history (20.8%).
The Browns went 0-16 in 2017 with an equally unimpressive 4-12 mark ATS. But the franchise appears to have taken a turn for the better since letting head coach Hue Jackson go. After Jackson went 0-16 in 2017 and started the 2018 season 2-5-1 before getting canned.
Now under the guidance of Freddie Kitchens, the Baker Mayfield-led Browns are one of the most-hyped teams in all of football. Mayfield’s rookie season, plus a handful of top-ten draft picks on defense, are the main reasons for that. Mayfield posted a solid 93.7 passer rating in 13 games, while tossing 27 TDs to just 14 INTs. You’d be hard-pressed to find any knowledgeable football mind who doesn’t think Mayfield will be a top-five passer for the next decade.
|Passing YPG Allowed||6||216.3|
|Rushing YPG Allowed||30||141.3|
|Odell Beckham Jr.||575||Receiving|
|Odell Beckham Jr.||Groin||probable||Beckham Jr. is expected to suit up against the Bills on Sunday despite a groin injury. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019|
|Joel Bitonio||Back||questionable||Bitonio has a back injury, and it is unclear if he will line up Sunday against the Bills. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019|
|Pharaoh Brown||Concussion||probable||Brown sat out the previous game due to a concussion, but he is likely to pass protocol in time for Sunday's tilt against the Bills. Lasted Updated: 11/07/2019|
|Daniel Ekuale||Calf||IR||Ekuale is on injured reserve with a calf injury. Lasted Updated: 11/01/2019|
|Lo Falemaka||Shoulder||IR||Falemaka has reverted to the injured reserve list after clearing waivers with a shoulder injury. Lasted Updated: 08/01/2019|
|Drew Forbes||Knee||IR||Forbes has landed on the Injured Reserve/Designated for Return list due to a knee injury, and it is unclear if he will return against the Bills on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/05/2019|
|Willie Harvey||Shoulder||IR||Harvey has landed on the injured reserve list due to a shoulder injury. There is no timetable for recovery. Lasted Updated: 10/06/2019|
|Kareem Hunt||Suspension||out||Hunt has been suspended eight games for his role in an off-field incident and underwent surgery to fix a sports hernia. He is likely to be reinstated in time for Sunday's clash against the Bills. Lasted Updated: 11/05/2019|
|Christian Kirksey||Chest||IR||Kirksey has landed on injured reserve as he recovers from surgery to repair his torn pectoral. Lasted Updated: 10/02/2019|
|Kendall Lamm||Knee||out||Lamm is sidelined with a knee injury and will miss an undetermined length of time. Lasted Updated: 11/03/2019|
|D.J. Montgomery||Hamstring||IR||Montgomery is on injured reserve due to a hamstring injury. Lasted Updated: 08/21/2019|
|Eric Murray||Knee||out||Murray is recovering from knee surgery, and he is on a week-to-week basis going forward. Lasted Updated: 11/01/2019|
|David Njoku||Wrist||IR||Njoku has been placed on the injured reserve list after suffering a broken wrist. He will sit out for an extended period. Lasted Updated: 10/03/2019|
|Damarious Randall||Hamstring||questionable||Randall has missed the past two games due to a hamstring injury, and it is unclear if he will play Sunday against the Bills. Lasted Updated: 11/05/2019|
|Greg Robinson||Ankle||probable||Robinson departed the last game due to an ankle injury, but he is expected to line up against the Bills on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019|
|Ricky Seals-Jones||Knee||questionable||Seals-Jones left the last game with a knee injury, and it is unknown if he will draw back into the lineup against the Bills on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/05/2019|
|Drew Stanton||Knee||IR||Stanton has hit the injured reserve list with a knee injury, and it is uncertain if the team will activate him. Lasted Updated: 09/16/2019|
|Olivier Vernon||Knee||questionable||Vernon was lifted from the last game due to a knee injury. His status for Sunday's contest versus the Bills is up in the air. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019|