Stop me if you have heard this one before – The Cleveland Browns will be better in 2014.
For the love of Sam Rutigliano, the Dawg Pound, the fans nationwide and the media hope that is the case. The last time the Browns were in a meaningful playoff game was back when I was a teenager and some guy named Elway was quarterback in Denver and we all know what happened in that game.
Now, the focus is on a defensive minded coach, a solid secondary and a new offense that has no starting quarterback and a running back that comes from Houston with a chip on his shoulder (Ben Tate). If there was ever a year for the Browns to be “good” it would be this one.
Here is a look at the team’s 2014 schedule with predictions.