Cleveland Browns: Previewing the AFC North in the DPD Podcast
The Cleveland Browns will face another tough schedule in 2017, with the division slate being one of the topics discussed on Episode 13 of the DPD Podcast.
It is easy for Cleveland Browns fans to be optimistic during the offseason, but it is no secret that the Browns face yet another tough slate of games in 2017.
Playing in the AFC North has led to years of the Browns being easy victories for the Steelers, Ravens and Bengals, with the six total division games derailing any momentum the Browns may pick up against other opponents.
The division figures to be great once again, which is one of the topics discussed on the latest episode of the DPD Podcast.
The Browns have made it a surprise whenever they pick up a win in the division, so let’s hope there are more surprises in store in 2017.
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This latest episode of the podcast sees us making our predictions for how the Browns will end up in divisional play, while also offering up some tidbits about the other three teams.
As this is our 13th episode, we decided to share some unlucky Browns moments, with a few coming from the often talked about 2010 season. We have a soft spot for that year on the show.
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Thank you for listening and we will have another show for you next week as July will finally be upon us and training camp remains just weeks away. The show should only get more fun as the usual storylines break from Berea. We can’t wait and we hope you stick around for what should be another fun season to talk Browns.