The Cleveland Browns have made some massive offseason moves to further emphasize that they are in win-now mode for these three reasons.
For the past four years, there has been Super Bowl postulation in regards to the Cleveland Browns, but they lacked that elite quarterback in order to achieve that ultimate goal. Now, the pieces are in place for the Browns to finally be a legitimate Super Bowl contender.
The past 20 years have not been kind to the team that resides on the shores of Lake Erie. There have been countless turnovers in the front office and with head coaches. Year after year there was a new regime in place with the franchise hitting the reset button time and time again.
As of right now, after two years under the latest regime, the Browns have seemingly gotten it right. This front office and head coach all share the same vision on how to build this roster to be competitive not only now, but for years to come. There have been countless offseason moves this regime has made in the past two years that prove that they are on the right track
Cleveland has been in quarterback hell for the past 23 years up until recently. The embarrassing picture of the jersey has been circulating for years with the list of former Browns quarterbacks that have tried their hand at turning this franchise around. Over the past four years, many, myself included, thought the Browns finally had that coveted signal-caller to lead the team to the promised land. Sadly, that was not the case and now the Browns have massively updated the position.
This upcoming season and beyond has a chance to be very special for the Browns, but more importantly, for the fans who have franticly and passionately supported this team. The record made no difference as the passion has always been there from the city of Cleveland. Now, the team can finally reward years of loyalty by competing for and hopefully bringing home the Lombardi Trophy.