Dec 8, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; A Cleveland Browns helmet sits on the sidelines during the fourth quarter of New England

Browns schedule officially released


The NFL has officially released their schedule and while the opponents have been announced, fans get to see when and where games will played, so they can plan to attend accordingly or start projecting how they feel the team will do.  There are also those who are fascinated by how many prime time games their team will get.

Week 1: Browns at Steelers, Sept.7, 1pm
Week 2: Browns vs. Saints, Sept. 14 1pm
Week 3: Browns vs. Ravens, Sept. 21 1pm
Week 4: BYE
Week 5: Browns at Titans,  Oct. 5 1pm
Week 6: Browns vs. Steelers, Oct. 12 1pm
Week 7: Browns at Jaguars, Oct. 19 1pm
Week 8: Browns vs. Raiders, Oct. 26 4:25pm
Week 9: Browns vs. Buccaneers, Nov. 2 1pm
Week 10: Browns at Bengals, Nov. 6 8:25pm (Thursday)
Week 11: Browns vs. Texans, Nov. 16 1pm
Week 12: Browns at Falcons, Nov. 23 1pm
Week 13: Browns at Bills, Nov. 30 1pm
Week 14: Browns vs. Colts, Dec. 7 1pm
Week 15: Browns vs. Bengals, Dec. 14, 1pm
Week 16: Browns at Panthers, Dec. 21 1pm
Week 17: Browns at Ravens, Dec. 28 1pm

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  • Jarod Cook

    Based on this schedule I’d say 8 or 9 wins is what they can expect or hope to win. The first 3 games are grueling and they need to win at least one of them to help build some confidence and momentum. Going 0-3 and then going into a bye will be devastating to moral of the team, and will be hard to recover from.

    The middle 9 games are kinda deceiving. They play Cincy and Pittsburgh who always give them a challenge. Then Tampa set out to improve they’re defense which was already good, and they have play makers on offense just need some improved QB play. Atlanta was hit hard by injuries last season, and set out to improve their defense this off season. And Houston has one of the best defenses in the league, but was anemic on offense last year, they’re much better team then their record indicates. The Browns need to get at least 6 wins out of this stretch of games to even have a chance at the playoffs.

    And then the last 4 games is another grueling stretch, with 2 Division games and 2 teams who made the playoffs last year. They need to win at least 2 of these games to have any semblance of hope for the playoffs. On the other hand if they win 7 to 9 games this year, it would be considered a big step forward for such a young team. Doubling the win total of last year, and everyone gaining a year off experience will go a long way for building for the future. IMO the Browns really need another year to be competitive in the league, and with bringing in 10 rookies of who 4 or 5 will possibly start. They need to use this year as a bridge for the future.