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The Cleveland Browns postseason history is a glorious exercise in living in the past. The Super Bowl era has not been kind to the professional football team that did so much for the modern game of football under Paul Brown. Brown and quarterback Otto Graham dominated the 1950s, winning eight division titles and three NFL Championships. Those great years were the golden years, and the 1980s, with Kevin Mack, Bernie Kosar, and a terrific defense the franchise brought postseason hope and Browns playoff tickets home in five seasons, only to torture fans with three losses in the AFC Championship game. The years since have been marked by conflict between one Browns franchise and the city and the ushering in of another. That new Browns entity inherited the history, the fans, and the struggling ways of an expansion team after the inaugural season in 1999.

Cleveland has hope though. Hope in the form of the deep ball connection between newly anointed franchise quarterback Derek Anderson and wide receiver Braylon Edwards. It helps that Donte’ Stallworth has come to town with sure hands and that Jamal Lewis has resurrected his career here, nut it is that connection that could go years in to the future that brings fans the most hope for Browns playoff tickets to Cleveland Browns Stadium. The regular season schedule could be a fun one as the team can really put up points.

The Browns were just a game away from the playoffs in 2007 and the core of their young team is back in 2008. They're going to be a hot ticket in 2008 with one of the toughest schedules in the league.

Rising from the ashes of mediocrity of the last 7 years this team turned it around in 2007. The Brownies just missed the playoffs with a 10 and 6 record and are favored to contend for their first AFC Central crown since returning to the NFL in 1999. With one of the toughest schedules of the 2008 season and 5 games to be played in prime time the Browns are going to be a hot ticket in 2008.

Last the season the team was just as good as giving up points. The addition of Shaun Rogers at nose tackle should help Corey Williams and Robaire Smith eat up offensive lineman and let the linebacker, led by Kamerion Wimbley do their job getting to the quarterback and finishing off the running back. The secondary has some potential with second year corner Eric Wright and free safety Sean Jones. If the other side can hold their own then the Browns could give the Dawg Pound playoff tickets to travel with them into the postseason. The team, like many other AFC North teams though. The Steelers are set, but Browns, Bengals, and Ravens all have something to prove. All have real playoff potential and all are fighting this season for a wild card spot out of the division.

The Cleveland Browns signed quarterback Derek Anderson to a long term contract as the club tries to maintain the breakout season for years to come. The franchise is loaded with great targets for him with wide receiver Braylon Edwards and tight end Kellon Winslow.

During the offseason the club will try and improve the defense that forced Anderson to pull the team from behind through the season. The Browns have already placed the franchise tag on defensive tackle Corey Williams and hope to fill the rest of the holes through the draft. The Browns could also use one of the picks to draft a running back for the future. Jamal Lewis is a solid back, but near the decline of his career.

Fans should be excited for football in 2008 at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The club looks to have turned things around after struggling for a few years and hope to dominate the schedule with a young offense and improved defense. Get Cleveland Browns tickets at www.TicketSpecialists.com to see the action live.

The Cleveland Browns still have yet to choose which quarterback to start, which is not a good sign for Eric Mangini's first season as head coach. The one hope he has is that the host Jets players he brought over will help the team improve upon last season's 4-12 record.

While the Browns struggled greatly on offense, and had little more to brag about on defense, there is seemingly some light at the end of the tunnel with Holmgren now heading Cleveland’s front office. As a positive takeaway, the Brown’s did set a franchise record for victories in the month of December (4) and became only the second team since 1978 to win the last four games of season following a 1-11 start, after New England did the same in 1993.

Besides the fact that Brady Quinn (136 of 256 for 1,339 YDS, 8 TD, 7 INT) was finally made the starter, and his displaying signs of being able to handle the responsibility for an entire season, there were other glimpses of hope for the Cleveland Browns offense. Running back Jerome Harrison (194 carries, 862 YDS, 4.4 AVG, 5 TD) rushed for 286 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Browns’ 41-34 win at Kansas City in Week 15 - surpassing Hall of Famer Jim Brown (237 in 1957 and 1961) for the most yards rushing in a single game in club history. Recently re-signed free agent, and dual threat kick-returner/wide receiver, Joshua Cribbs racked up 2,510 combined yards, placing him fifth all-time in a single season in NFL history, while also becoming the first player in league history to have five 1,000 kick return yard seasons to begin a career. Additionally, Mohammed Massaquoi became the fourth rookie wide receiver to lead the Browns in receiving yards in club history; his 18.4 yards per catch average also broke the team record previously held by another Cleveland Hall of Famer, the legendary Paul Warfield (17.7 in 1964). A side note, the Browns have also chosen not to sign unrestricted free agent running back Jamal Lewis at this time.

On the other side of the ball, the Cleveland Browns do have a few bright defensive stars, yet need to improve upon the fact that last season’s leading tackler was a safety, Abram Elam, with 91 tackles, 74 solos, 17 assists, and 1 sack. The guys up front really need to step up and stop the opposition before they get to Elam, and the Browns will be looking for linebackers David Bowens (71 tackles, 5.5 sacks) and Kamerion Wimbley (69 tackles, 6.5 sacks - team leader), defensive tackle Corey Williams (4 sacks), and defensive end Matt Roth (4 sacks) to do just that. Looking outside the organization for additional help, the Browns did acquire New Orleans’ fifth-leading tackler, free agent linebacker Scott Fujita, who had 58 tackles (43 solo, 15 assists), 1 sack, 2 tackles for loss, and 2 forced for the Saints, and who should help bolster Cleveland’s D in 2010.

This year’s team will definitely be sporting a different attitude, while looking to improve and show they can truly contend for the AFC North title. Get your Cleveland Browns tickets now and join in with the infamous Dawg Pound to cheer your team to victory each and every time they take the field at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland Browns 2010 Regular Season Schedule

  • Week 1: Sunday, Sep. 12, at Tampa Bay, 1:00 PM
  • Week 2: Sunday, Sep. 19, Kansas City, 1:00 PM
  • Week 3: Sunday, Sep. 26, at Baltimore, 1:00 PM
  • Week 4: Sunday, Oct. 3, Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
  • Week 5: Sunday, Oct. 10, Atlanta, 1:00 PM
  • Week 6: Sunday, Oct. 17, at Pittsburgh, 1:00 PM
  • Week 7: Sunday, Oct. 24, at New Orleans, 1:00 PM
  • Week 8: BYE
  • Week 9: Sunday, Nov. 7, New England, 1:00 PM
  • Week 10: Sunday, Nov. 14, NY Jets, 1:00 PM
  • Week 11: Sunday, Nov. 21, at Jacksonville, 1:00 PM
  • Week 12: Sunday, Nov. 28, Carolina, 1:00 PM
  • Week 13: Sunday, Dec. 5, at Miami, 1:00 PM
  • Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 12, at Buffalo, 1:00 PM
  • Week 15: Sunday, Dec. 19, at Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
  • Week 16: Sunday, Dec. 26, Baltimore, 1:00 PM
  • Week 17: Sunday, Jan. 2, Pittsburgh, 1:00 PM

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Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens Sep 21, 2014
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FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium)
Cleveland, OH
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PARKING: Tennessee Titans vs. Cleveland Browns Oct 5, 2014
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LP Field Parking Lots
Nashville, TN
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Tennessee Titans vs. Cleveland Browns Oct 5, 2014
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Nashville, TN
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PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Oct 12, 2014
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FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Oct 12, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium)
Cleveland, OH
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Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cleveland Browns Oct 19, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
EverBank Field (Formerly Jacksonville Municipal Stadium)
Jacksonville, FL
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PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders Oct 26, 2014
Sun TBA
FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders Oct 26, 2014
Sun 4:25PM
FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium)
Cleveland, OH
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PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Nov 2, 2014
Sun TBA
FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Browns vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Nov 2, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium)
Cleveland, OH
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PARKING: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns Nov 6, 2014
Thu TBA
Paul Brown Stadium Parking Lots
Cincinnati, OH
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Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns Nov 6, 2014
Thu 8:25PM
Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati, OH
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PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Texans Nov 16, 2014
Sun TBA
FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Texans Nov 16, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium)
Cleveland, OH
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PARKING: Atlanta Falcons vs. Cleveland Browns Nov 23, 2014
Sun TBA
Georgia Dome Parking Lots
Atlanta, GA
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Cleveland Browns Nov 23, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
Georgia Dome
Atlanta, GA
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PARKING: Buffalo Bills vs. Cleveland Browns Nov 30, 2014
Sun TBA
Ralph Wilson Stadium Parking Lots
Orchard Park, NY
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Buffalo Bills vs. Cleveland Browns Nov 30, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park, NY
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PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Indianapolis Colts Dec 7, 2014
Sun TBA
FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Browns vs. Indianapolis Colts Dec 7, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium)
Cleveland, OH
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PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals Dec 14, 2014
Sun TBA
FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals Dec 14, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium)
Cleveland, OH
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PARKING: Carolina Panthers vs. Cleveland Browns Dec 21, 2014
Sun TBA
Bank Of America Stadium Parking Lots
Charlotte, NC
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Carolina Panthers vs. Cleveland Browns Dec 21, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
Bank Of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC
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PARKING: Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns Dec 28, 2014
Sun TBA
M&T Bank Stadium Parking Lots
Baltimore, MD
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The Cleveland Browns postseason history is a glorious exercise in living in the past. The Super Bowl era has not been kind to the professional football team that did so much for the modern game of football under Paul Brown. Brown and quarterback Otto Graham dominated the 1950s, winning eight division titles and three NFL Championships. Those great years were the golden years, and the 1980s, with Kevin Mack, Bernie Kosar, and a terrific defense the franchise brought postseason hope and Browns playoff tickets home in five seasons, only to torture fans with three losses in the AFC Championship game. The years since have been marked by conflict between one Browns franchise and the city and the ushering in of another. That new Browns entity inherited the history, the fans, and the struggling ways of an expansion team after the inaugural season in 1999.

Cleveland has hope though. Hope in the form of the deep ball connection between newly anointed franchise quarterback Derek Anderson and wide receiver Braylon Edwards. It helps that Donte’ Stallworth has come to town with sure hands and that Jamal Lewis has resurrected his career here, nut it is that connection that could go years in to the future that brings fans the most hope for Browns playoff tickets to Cleveland Browns Stadium. The regular season schedule could be a fun one as the team can really put up points.

The Browns were just a game away from the playoffs in 2007 and the core of their young team is back in 2008. They're going to be a hot ticket in 2008 with one of the toughest schedules in the league.

Rising from the ashes of mediocrity of the last 7 years this team turned it around in 2007. The Brownies just missed the playoffs with a 10 and 6 record and are favored to contend for their first AFC Central crown since returning to the NFL in 1999. With one of the toughest schedules of the 2008 season and 5 games to be played in prime time the Browns are going to be a hot ticket in 2008.

Last the season the team was just as good as giving up points. The addition of Shaun Rogers at nose tackle should help Corey Williams and Robaire Smith eat up offensive lineman and let the linebacker, led by Kamerion Wimbley do their job getting to the quarterback and finishing off the running back. The secondary has some potential with second year corner Eric Wright and free safety Sean Jones. If the other side can hold their own then the Browns could give the Dawg Pound playoff tickets to travel with them into the postseason. The team, like many other AFC North teams though. The Steelers are set, but Browns, Bengals, and Ravens all have something to prove. All have real playoff potential and all are fighting this season for a wild card spot out of the division.

The Cleveland Browns signed quarterback Derek Anderson to a long term contract as the club tries to maintain the breakout season for years to come. The franchise is loaded with great targets for him with wide receiver Braylon Edwards and tight end Kellon Winslow.

During the offseason the club will try and improve the defense that forced Anderson to pull the team from behind through the season. The Browns have already placed the franchise tag on defensive tackle Corey Williams and hope to fill the rest of the holes through the draft. The Browns could also use one of the picks to draft a running back for the future. Jamal Lewis is a solid back, but near the decline of his career.

Fans should be excited for football in 2008 at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The club looks to have turned things around after struggling for a few years and hope to dominate the schedule with a young offense and improved defense. Get Cleveland Browns tickets at www.TicketSpecialists.com to see the action live.

The Cleveland Browns still have yet to choose which quarterback to start, which is not a good sign for Eric Mangini's first season as head coach. The one hope he has is that the host Jets players he brought over will help the team improve upon last season's 4-12 record.

While the Browns struggled greatly on offense, and had little more to brag about on defense, there is seemingly some light at the end of the tunnel with Holmgren now heading Cleveland’s front office. As a positive takeaway, the Brown’s did set a franchise record for victories in the month of December (4) and became only the second team since 1978 to win the last four games of season following a 1-11 start, after New England did the same in 1993.

Besides the fact that Brady Quinn (136 of 256 for 1,339 YDS, 8 TD, 7 INT) was finally made the starter, and his displaying signs of being able to handle the responsibility for an entire season, there were other glimpses of hope for the Cleveland Browns offense. Running back Jerome Harrison (194 carries, 862 YDS, 4.4 AVG, 5 TD) rushed for 286 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Browns’ 41-34 win at Kansas City in Week 15 – surpassing Hall of Famer Jim Brown (237 in 1957 and 1961) for the most yards rushing in a single game in club history. Recently re-signed free agent, and dual threat kick-returner/wide receiver, Joshua Cribbs racked up 2,510 combined yards, placing him fifth all-time in a single season in NFL history, while also becoming the first player in league history to have five 1,000 kick return yard seasons to begin a career. Additionally, Mohammed Massaquoi became the fourth rookie wide receiver to lead the Browns in receiving yards in club history; his 18.4 yards per catch average also broke the team record previously held by another Cleveland Hall of Famer, the legendary Paul Warfield (17.7 in 1964). A side note, the Browns have also chosen not to sign unrestricted free agent running back Jamal Lewis at this time.

On the other side of the ball, the Cleveland Browns do have a few bright defensive stars, yet need to improve upon the fact that last season’s leading tackler was a safety, Abram Elam, with 91 tackles, 74 solos, 17 assists, and 1 sack. The guys up front really need to step up and stop the opposition before they get to Elam, and the Browns will be looking for linebackers David Bowens (71 tackles, 5.5 sacks) and Kamerion Wimbley (69 tackles, 6.5 sacks – team leader), defensive tackle Corey Williams (4 sacks), and defensive end Matt Roth (4 sacks) to do just that. Looking outside the organization for additional help, the Browns did acquire New Orleans’ fifth-leading tackler, free agent linebacker Scott Fujita, who had 58 tackles (43 solo, 15 assists), 1 sack, 2 tackles for loss, and 2 forced for the Saints, and who should help bolster Cleveland’s D in 2010.

This year’s team will definitely be sporting a different attitude, while looking to improve and show they can truly contend for the AFC North title. Get your Cleveland Browns tickets now and join in with the infamous Dawg Pound to cheer your team to victory each and every time they take the field at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland Browns 2010 Regular Season Schedule

  • Week 1: Sunday, Sep. 12, at Tampa Bay, 1:00 PM
  • Week 2: Sunday, Sep. 19, Kansas City, 1:00 PM
  • Week 3: Sunday, Sep. 26, at Baltimore, 1:00 PM
  • Week 4: Sunday, Oct. 3, Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
  • Week 5: Sunday, Oct. 10, Atlanta, 1:00 PM
  • Week 6: Sunday, Oct. 17, at Pittsburgh, 1:00 PM
  • Week 7: Sunday, Oct. 24, at New Orleans, 1:00 PM
  • Week 8: BYE
  • Week 9: Sunday, Nov. 7, New England, 1:00 PM
  • Week 10: Sunday, Nov. 14, NY Jets, 1:00 PM
  • Week 11: Sunday, Nov. 21, at Jacksonville, 1:00 PM
  • Week 12: Sunday, Nov. 28, Carolina, 1:00 PM
  • Week 13: Sunday, Dec. 5, at Miami, 1:00 PM
  • Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 12, at Buffalo, 1:00 PM
  • Week 15: Sunday, Dec. 19, at Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
  • Week 16: Sunday, Dec. 26, Baltimore, 1:00 PM
  • Week 17: Sunday, Jan. 2, Pittsburgh, 1:00 PM

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