Trying to predict the Cleveland Browns’ record in 2017 may be a futile endeavor, but it does allow fans to build up some early optimism.
If you are a Cleveland Browns fan, you have likely already shared your prediction for the upcoming season.
Whether it be on the dreary side of 2-14, or the optimistic reaches of 14-2, it is an annual practice to predict the record.
But it is no easy task with this Browns team, as even mentioning a potential winning record may draw laughter from those outside of Northeast Ohio. Even though it is fair to be optimistic, it is tough to get too excited given the team has not had a winning season since 2007.
Yet predicting another 1-15 season may be too dreary of a decision, as it should be impossible for an NFL team to repeat that mark in back-to-back seasons. Or so we hope.
We here at Dawg Pound Daily took an early stab at predicting the record for what seems like an unpredictable season. Even if it is a difficult task, it is still fun to do at this point in the year.
Let’s take a look at that and more in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"It is only May, but Cleveland Browns fans are already getting excited about the 2017 season."
"The Cleveland Browns seem unable to enjoy even a little bit of happiness before reality hits the team."
"The Cleveland Browns appeared to hit on several incredibly talented players that could become great players for the team now and in the future, but even the team itself acknowledged that they still have issues to address and needs to fill."
"No. 1 pick Myles Garrett is doubling down on his draft-day comments that he plans to sack Ben Roethlisberger in his first NFL season."
"The Houston Texans head into rookie minicamp with their first-round quarterback under contract."
"The Jaguars used the fourth overall pick of the draft on running back Leonard Fournette, which suggests high hopes for what he can bring to the team’s offense after starring at LSU."