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Pain Rankings: No. 1, the Cleveland Browns

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Posted 25 July 2015 - 05:12 PM



How could it be anybody else?

For the past two weeks, we've counted down the NFL teams and fan bases that have suffered the most through the years. Deciding where to slot each of the damned in the "top seven" was a difficult process (a process, it must be acknowledged, I took waaaaay too seriously). The truth of the matter is that a case can be made for each of the teams to land anywhere in the first six spots.

  No. 1 Cleveland Browns
  No. 2 New York Jets
  No. 3 Buffalo Bills
  No. 4 Detroit Lions
  No. 5 Minnesota Vikings
  No. 6 Cincinnati Bengals
  No. 7 Kansas City Chiefs
Each team except ... the Cleveland Browns.

In an exercise that focuses on the Super Bowl era, nobody can touch the unadulterated hurt of Cleveland's football enterprise. Zero Super Bowl trips, a trio of iconic playoff losses in the '80s, the outright elimination of the franchise for a period in the '90s and an unrelenting struggle in the post-rebirth 2000s.....If you want to get your Cleveland fan buddy unreasonably upset, tell him he can't complain about the Browns because they were wildly dominant during the Truman administration.http://www.nfl.com/n...leveland-browns


If they had a QB then I'd be worried about them.


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“My philosophy is winning comes first,” Roman said. “I’m not chasing stats. Job justification stats, water cooler talk – I’m not really into that. I’m into whatever helps the team to win. Along with that, though, a physical style. Meaning we’re in control. It starts up front, but it extends everywhere. It’s a mindset. [I’m] very big on approaching the game from that perspective.”

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