The latest episode of the Dawg Pound Daily Podcast breaks down each Cleveland Browns game in 2017, offering up game-by-game predictions.
The Cleveland Browns are over three months away from playing a regular season game, but it is never too early to play the schedule game.
Since the day the 2017 NFL schedule came out, Browns fans have been able to do the annual exercise of going through and predicting which games the Browns will win. And hopefully this year, it is multiple games instead of just one singular game.
This was the focus of the most recent episode of the Dawg Pound Daily Podcast.
Andrew Seibt and myself go game-by-game to offer up our predictions for the 2017 season, and do our best to stay level-headed throughout when we desperately want to predict a 12-4 season.
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Playing the schedule game in May is always a difficult endeavor, but our hope is to do it once again after the preseason is over and the season is just a week away. A few preseason victories will surely cause some intense optimism.
It is also tough to make predictions now given the uncertainty at the quarterback position, so hopefully that will be cleared up by the time the final predictions are made.
As always, feel free to send us topics you would like to hear discussed on further episodes by tweeting at us or leaving a comment on our Facebook page. Feedback helps as well.
Also, be sure to share your record prediction for the upcoming season. Are you someone in the 10-6 crowd? Or do you play it safe and hover around the 3-13 or 4-12 mark? Be sure to let us know and as always, thank you for listening.