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Hi, Browns fans! Our Cleveland Browns begin the 2017 regular season campaign with the same opponent they played and lost in their season finale back on New Year's Day - their AFC North rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, in today's 131 all-time meeting, including 2 postseason games. Browns are coming from an undefeated 4-0 preseason in August, but were 1-15 in their 2016 regular season, their onlywin a home victory over the San Diego Chargers. A wise NFL Draft of selecting players and vetran free agents to form the 2016 Browns certainly should make Cleveland win more than one game in 2017. Browns won only 1 of the 9 last meetings since December 2012, the Browns only win a 31-10 home victory over the Steelers back on November 12, 2014. Pittsburgh though leads the all-time regular season series over over Browns entering today with 72 wins, over 58 losses. Kickoff from FirstEnergy Stadium is right after 1:05PM, Eastern Standard Time. NO injuries, defeat the Steelers in front of your new and improved pound, and HERE WE GO BROWN-NIES, HERE WE GO! WOOF! WOOF!
Hi, Browns fans! A rivalry renewed in the AFC North with two cities 115 miles apart as our Browns seek their first win in 2016, as they host the second place and 4-5 Steelers, in today's 129th all-time regular season meeting, including 2 postseason games played in 1995 and 2003. Steelers currently leads the series with 70 wins over 58 losses. Browns seek to defeat the Steelers at FirstEnergy Stadium for the first time in more than two years, since their 31-10 win back on October 12, 2014. NO injuries to both the Browns and Steelers, and GO BROWNS!!!!!
Hi, Browns fans! Our 3-12 Cleveland Browns conclude their very disappointing 2015 NFL regular season as they host the 9-6 Pittsburgh Steelers in both the battle of original NFL teams. Browns will play spoilers, and with a season ending win, will thwart and prevent the Steelers out of playoff contention. However, a Browns loss to the Steelers all but assures Cleveland with the #1 overall pick over Tennessee in the upcoming 2016 NFL Draft. Cleveland will definitely finish below their 2014 NFL regular season record at 7-9, and the new uniforms, and improvements at FirstEnergy Stadium, did not help with the record...so far. Mike Pettine and his Coaching staff may be out of Cleveland come Black Monday. Many players, including possibly Johnny Manziel, may also play their last game in Cleveland Browns, and a shakeup in management and the front office is expected as early as this week, with the consent and authorization of Browns owner Jimmy Haslem. Steelers defeated the Browns 30-9 at Heinz Field before their bye week back on November 19. Manziel started that game before his transgression at Austin, Texas during the bye week. This time around Austin Davis is starting the season finale for Cleveland, while Johnny Football is on concussion protocol from the last game in Kansas City, thus his season is done. This year's Cleveland Browns team, have a long way to go if they are a playoff team, as they were at their peak 30 years ago, during the Bernie Kosar era in Cleveland. Cloudy and windy skies at 37 degrees, feels like 27 degrees, is the game forecast for this afternoon's season and home finale at FirstEnergy Stadium for the 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 15% precipitaion, 62% humidity, and west/northwestern winds at 12 miles per hour. Steelers are wearing their black helmets, white jerseys, and gold pants, while the host Browns are wearing their orange helmets, brown jerseys, and orange pants. Win one more with pride in front of your home fans at FirstEnergy Stadium. Go for four, Believeland, and GO BROWNS!!!!!
Hi, Browns fans! NFL Regional TV Distribution Maps For the Final Week 17 of the NFL Regular season are posted by Mr. 506 Sports. Both CBS and FOX Networks traditionally simulcast and televise double headers together, along with the NFL scheduling divisional match ups to all of their teams on Week 17, along with supplementing their in-season bye weeks. Greg Gumbel and former Rams, Chiefs, and NFL QB Trent Green, are announcing the Browns Vs. Steelers early regional double header game from FirstEnergy Stadium for The NFL On CBS, seen regionally, and locally on WOIO CBS Channel 19 in Cleveland, live on HD. WOIO CBS Channel 19 is also televising the Chargers @ Broncos primary double header game on The NFL On CBS, while WJW FOX Channel 8 is televising both the Ravens @ Bengals, and Raiders @ Chiefs, early and late, regional double header games on The NFL On FOX, all games seen live on HD. http://506sports.com/ http://www.506sports.com/