All of Cleveland filled into downtown last summer for the Cleveland Cavaliers championship parade. They may be getting another one soon – just without the ‘championship’ part.
Sitting at 0-11 and with 0-12 on the horizon, the Cleveland Browns are starting in the face of 0-16, which would be only the second winless season in NFL history to the 2009 Detroit Lions.
If indeed the Browns do lose their next five games, they will be getting a parade, courtesy of one Browns fan, who just secured permits to put on such a spectacle.
Chris McNeil started a GoFundMe to raise $3,000 to fund a “perfect season” parade that will go down in downtown Cleveland on Jan. 6. The money will go towards paying for security, restrooms, medical personnel along with other costs.
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) November 29, 2017
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) November 14, 2017
Browns Perfect Season Parade 2.0
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) November 15, 2017
If the Browns happen to slip up and accidentally win a game, all proceeds will be donated to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, as they were last season when McNeil tried to do the same thing, only for the Browns to win a game in late December.