Cleveland Browns 2015: Predicting Every Game

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Jan 31, 2015; Phoenix, AZ, USA; General view of the golden NFL shield logo at the entrance to the 4th annual NFL Honors at Symphony Hall. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL released the official 2015 schedule on Tuesday night. Even though we’ve have known all 32 teams’ opponents for the up-coming for several months, we now know when each of these games will be played, and which will air on prime-time television. The Browns 2015 schedule is projected to be the ninth toughest in the NFL this season, with opponents in NFC West and AFC West. There 2015 opponents had a combined record of 138-116-2 (.543) during the 2014 season.

The combined record of the Browns 2014 opponents was record of 119-137. Outside the company of the AFC North the Browns will play host to Denver Broncos (12-4), Oakland Raiders (3-13), Tennessee Titans (2-14), Arizona Cardinals (11-5), and San Francisco 49ers (8-8). The Browns will hit the road against the usual suspect on the AFC North while also making stops at Kansas City Chiefs (9-7), San Diego Chargers (9-7), New York Jets (4-12), St. Louis Rams (6-10), and Seattle Seahwaks (12-4) .

With the release of the Browns schedule, it’s time to us here at Dawg Pound Daily to take some time and make some early predictions on wins-losses for the Browns in 2015. It’s very important to note that this is very premature, especially with the draft less than two weeks away. But lets take a look at the schedule from where the Browns stand as of  OTA’s  and lets make some predictions on how Browns’s 2015 schedule will play out.

Given all that here we go:

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