The Cleveland Browns will finish their regular season at 10-6, finishing second in the AFC North division behind Pittsburgh and missing the playoffs in a tiebreaker. Their improvement will be sparked by the addition of Jamal Lewis, a healthy Kellen Winslow, the improved development of Pro Bowl selection Braylon Edwards and the surprise development of Derick Anderson at Quarter Back.
In 2009, the Cleveland Browns had a record of 5-11.
In 2006, the Cleveland Browns had a 4-12 record.
Click on the '2007 Cleveland Browns' link on this page to view the 2007 roster of the Browns as of the third week of the season.
The record of the Cleveland Browns for 2011 was 4-12. Landing them in 4th for place in Division. And a non qualification for playoffs for the 2011 year.
NFL Follow Your Team Browns - 2007 Cleveland Browns Road to 2008 was released on: USA: August 2008
The record, all time, of the Cleveland Browns combined is 415-352-10, which is .541. Regular season = 404-332-10 (.549) Playoffs = 11-20-0 (.355) As of the start of the 2007 season the Browns all time regular season record is 414-354-10. Playoff record is 11-20.
Joshua Cribbs of the Cleveland Browns
The Browns had a 6 and 10 record under belichick his first year in Cleveland.
NFL Classics - 2007 Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers 1-9 was released on: USA: 5 July 2007
The Cleveland Browns went 10-6 in the 2008-2009 regular season, winning the AFC North division.
Through their first meeting in 2012, the Cleveland Browns have an all-time regular season record of 57-62 versus the Steelers. The Browns are also 0-2 in their postseason meetings.
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