In Terms of Success – Browns Rank 23rd in Terms of Greatest NFL Franchises in New Article


Mike Freeman, Lead NFL National Reporter for Bleacher Report, has written a long piece which talks about each and every NFL franchise, and their success.

There’s a number of factors involved, including Super Bowl, Conference and division titles. The Browns didn’t get much love on the list, as according to Freeman, they are coming in at 23.

Here’s what Freeman has to say about the Browns:

“Leave as little to chance as possible. Preparation is the key to success.” —Paul Brown

This is a weird position to put the Browns. Their history is almost divided into two: pre-merger and post-merger. From 1946 through 1955, the Browns appeared in 10 consecutive AFL or NFL championship games, winning seven. They won one more championships in 1964 and they produced maybe the greatest coach of all time in Paul Brown and definitely the greatest football player ever in Jim Brown.

Click HERE to See the Browns page and the Rest of the List

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