Another year, another Super Bowl. And, like every other year, this year’s game will not feature the Cleveland Browns. With yet another season of double-digit losses under their belt, the Browns continue to look as far away from the Super Bowl as possible.
However, there is cautious optimism, but that stems mostly from the fact that the team simply has a new owner in Jimmy Haslam. A young offense with some playmakers helps, especially with Rob Chudzinski and Norv Turner now guiding it. And the defense, under the tutelage of Ray Horton, could be special.
But none of this conjecture matters until the Browns prove they can win on the field. But to reach Super Bowl quality? It seems like worlds away, though the instant success of the San Francisco 49ers certainly offers some sort of hope.
So when will it be? When will Browns fans get to revel in their team playing for the Lombardi Trophy?