Fill out your Cleveland Browns all-time bracket to make up for no March Madness

Jim Brown, Cleveland Browns. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Jim Brown, Cleveland Browns. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) /

We all missed out on March Madness this year but we can still fill out our brackets as we have started an all-time Cleveland Browns tournament

This year has already been strange as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us to stay inside as the world faces uncertain times. And while it’s not as important as human health, the fact is we have all missed our sports.

While right now The Master’s tournament would be going on, that’s not the first major event that was canceled in America as we didn’t get to enjoy March Madness this season. And when it comes to the collegiate tournament, the fun lies in filling out the brackets and seeing if we can guess the winners.

But have no fear, we at Dawg Pound Daily have come up with a bracket of our own to help you pass the time. Our own Mitch Zoloty put together a list of the 64 best Cleveland Browns players of all-time and has them split up by era.

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Up first is the 1946-1979 Bracket with the seeds as follows:

1. RB Jim Brown
2. QB Otto Graham
3. LT/K Lou Groza
4. WR Paul Warfield
5. LT Dick Schafrath
6. DT Jerry Sherk
7. RB Leroy Kelly
8. LT Doug Dieken
9. FB Marion Motley
10. DE Len Ford
11. QB Frank Ryan
12. DE Dante Lavelli
13. C Frank Gatski
14. G Joe DeLamielleure
15. RB Greg Pruitt
16.RT Mike McCormack

This round can be voted on right now by following the thread on the official DPD Twitter account.

Once this round is over, we will move to the

1975-1995 Bracket which should be fun since it has studs such as Bernie Kosar and the leader of the Kardiac Kids, former MVP Brian Sipe. That bracket is as follows

1. QB Brian Sipe
2. TE Ozzie Newsome
3. LB Clay Matthews Jr
4. QB Bernie Kosar
5. RB Ernest Byner
6. RB Kevin Mack
7. CB Hanford Dixon
8. NT Bob Golic
9. WR Webster Slaughter
10. RB Eric Metcalf
11. DT Michael Dean Perry
12. DB Frank Minnifield
13. WR Reggie Langhorne
14. LB Dick Ambrose
15. G Joe DeLamielleure
16. FB Mike Pruitt

Next up is the beginning of the new era Browns from 1999-2009. Future Hall of Famer Joe Thomas leads that list and some underdogs such as Steve Heiden are there as well.

1. LT Joe Thomas
2. K Phil Dawson
3. WR/KR Josh Cribbs
4. LB D’Qwell Jackson
5. WR Kevin Johnson
6. LB Andra Davis
7. QB Derek Anderson
8. RB Jamal Lewis
9. DL Orpheus Roye
10. S Brodney Pool
11. DE Kenard Lang
12. LG Eric Steinbach
13. S Sean Jones
14. WR Braylon Edwards
15. TE Kellen Winslow
16. TE Steve Heiden

Lastly, there’s the modern era as we go from 2010-2019. Current Briwns such as Odell Beckham, Jr., Baker Mayfield, and Jarvis Landry top this bracket.

1. QB Baker Mayfield
2. WR Jarvis Landry
3. DE Myles Garrett
4. WR Odell Beckham Jr
5. WR Josh Gordon
6. CB Joe Haden
7. C Alex Mack
8. LG Joel Bitonio
9. TE Gary Barnidge
10. CB Denzel Ward
11. LB Joe Schobert
12. RB Peyton Hillis
13. LB Christian Kirksey
14. WR Terrelle Pryor
15. S T.J. Ward
16. DT Larry Ogunjobi

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Keep following the DPD Twitter account to see who wins each round and continue to get your votes in for your favorite Browns player of all-time.