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The Cleveland Browns have become one of the hottest teams in the NFL after the moves they have made in the past two offseason’s.
Their rapid emergence from being a winless team in 2017 to a team who looks ready to compete for a playoff spot in 2019 has shocked almost every person who follows the league.
Not only are they being seen as a team ready to make the playoffs, but they have also emerged as a team who could compete to win the AFC.
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Today’s featured article looks at the playoff odds for every team in the league, including the odds the Browns make their first playoff appearance since 2002.
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"The Browns are still among the favorites to win the Super Bowl. And it’s worth pointing out Vegas still thinks the Browns are a better YES bet to make the playoffs than the Pittsburgh Steelers."
Although the Browns have added plenty of top-tier weapons since John Dorsey became the general manager in 2017, the rapid turnaround to becoming one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl has been fascinating to watch.
Not only has Cleveland’s rapid turnaround amazed fans of the league, but it has also caught the attention of former players. Randy Gurzi notes former Steelers safety Ryan Clark said he is ‘all-in’ on the Browns reaching playoffs in 2019.
"Quarterback-imperiling, guitar-strumming, game-plan ruining, rom-com watching, halfback destroying, nature-walk taking, offensive-lineman steamrolling, Anita Baker playing—he is part warrior and part bard."
Myles Garrett emerged as one of the best pass rushers in the entire NFL last season and caught the attention of every team in the league. But his difference from a typical NFL player could help him emerge as one of the league’s superstars in 2019.
The Cleveland Browns and John Dorsey have reportedly showed interest in Buccaneers defensive lineman Gerald McCoy. One NFL writer said he would be stunned if McCoy is not playing in front of the Dawg Pound in September.