The 2023 season is right around the corner, so it’s the perfect time to start planning for 2024.
Don’t worry, Browns fans; this isn’t a typical ‘there’s always next year’ article.
With the NFL confirming it will continue using its current method for creating team schedules, we get a first-hand look at next year’s regular season opponents.
So let's take a look at what 2024 will look like:
Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Chargers
New York Giants
AFC East Team*
Las Vegas Raiders
AFC South Team*
NFC South Team*
*Teams that finish 2023 in the same divisional spot
At this point, the Browns will have a more manageable schedule this season compared to 2024. It's far too early to break down matchups or even predict who will still be on the team.
2023 is a make-or-break year for multiple Browns organization members, especially head coach Kevin Stefanski. Stefanski started his career in Cleveland with a 2020 trip to the playoffs with Baker Mayfield, but in professional sports, three years is a lifetime.
Since taking over for the brown and orange, Stefanski’s regular season record sits at 26-24 (.520), with a playoff record of 1-1.
The Browns expect Watson to return to his former self after a 2023 season.
Once again, it’s far too early to say what Cleveland can or cannot do in 2024, but it’s always good to plan for next year.