Cleveland Browns' Standings
Bellow are the Cleveland Browns current standings. This chart shows the team's performance compared to all the teams in the league and shows the Browns’ performance in the conference and division.
Bet On Cleveland Browns' Games
Formed in 1946, the Clevland Browns are one of the oldest teams in the NFL. With this age comes a rich history- and championships. The Browns have won 13 Division Championships, the most recent in 1989. They have won 12 Conference Championships, the most recent in 1969. Moreover, they have won 8 League Championships- Super Bowls- the most recent being in 1964. In the past 5 years they have been in the playoffs 0 times. The last time they were in the playoffs was in 2002.
One of the main weaknesses of the Clevand Browns is their roster. There do not have any key players that will build the team, or their spirit, up. They do not possess an all star like the Patriots or the Broncos. One of their strengths is Isiah Crowell. He has potential to be a consistently good offensive player. When looking at the Clevland Browns its important to consider the whole picture. They’ve consistently preformed sub par over the years. Moreover, they haven’t been to a single playoff game in 13 years.
In the most recent 2015-2016 season, the Browns scored 278 points for. But, they allowed 432 points against. When it comes to their games, the Browns won 3 games, and lost 13. This brings their winning percentage to .188. When betting on the Browns, it’s important to remember their recent history. They have not won a league, conference, or division championship in the last 5 years. Specifically, the last time they won any title was in 1989 when they won the AFC Central Championship. At the end of the 2015-2016 season, the Browns’ overall record was 87- 185.
However, with the Cleveland Browns it’s important to remember that the team will eventually improve. Whether or not this season will be that time is to be determined. What is certain though it that Cleveland has 16 players in the Football Hall of Fame, the 4th most of any NFL franchise.