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The Gipper

Trivia of the Day June 24, 2020

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Here is Today's Trivia.    Except....there is no question here.   Just Trivia data points:

# The Browns have never played any of the following current teams in the postseason:  Eagles, Redskins, Falcons, Saints, Bucs, Panthers,  Bears, Seahawks, Bengals, Ravens,  Jaguars, Texans, Chargers, Chiefs.

# The Browns have played the following teams in postseason play the most:    Lions  4,  Broncos  3, Rams 3,  Colts  3

# The biggest lead the Browns have ever blown in a regular season game to lose was  23 points in 1991 vs. the Eagles

# The biggest lead the Browns have ever blown in a playoff game was 18 points  vs. the Dolphins in the 1985 season  18 pts.   They also blew a 17 point lead in 2002 vs. the Steelers in the playoff

# The biggest comeback win the Browns have ever had in the regular season was  25 pts. vs. the Titans in 2014

#The biggest comeback win the Browns have ever had in the postseason was 10 pts. vs. the Jets in 1986 season

# The following are the top 5 in Browns history in TD passes thrown:   Otto Graham  174; Brian Sipe 154; Frank Ryan 134;  Bernie Kosar  116;  Bill Nelsen  71

# The following are the top 5 in Browns history in  Games won as a starting QB:   Otto Graham  57....but these do NOT include AAFC years (so he probably had close to 100 wins or more:   Brian Sipe  57; Bernie Kosar 53; Frank Ryan  52; Bill Nelsen  34

# Post season  TD passes for the above main Browns QBs:  Kosar  16;  Otto Graham: 14; Frank Ryan  6,  Bill Nelsen  3;   Brian Sipe   -0-

# Otto Graham had a 9-3 postseason record as a starting QB;   Bernie Kosar  was  3-4;  Bill Nelsen was  2-3;  Frank Ryan was  1-2;   Brian Sipe was 0-1

# In his careeer with the Browns....Mike Phipps threw   81 Interceptions  in   40 games.   In his career with the Browns Bernie Kosar threw  81 interceptions in 108 games. 

 

 

 

 

 

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