Cleveland Browns Secure 0-16 Season In The Most Browns Way Possible

Late in the fourth quarter of today’s Browns-Steelers game in Pittsburgh, the Browns were driving in hopes to avoid going 0-16.

On 4th down, Kizer scrambled and threw a pass to WR Corey Coleman, that would’ve given the Browns a first down and a chance to extend the drive.

Instead, the Browns receiver, Corey Coleman, dropped the pass and Cleveland turned the ball over on downs, securing the team’s 0-16 record.

The Browns became the fifth winless team since 1944 and the first since the Detroit Lions did it in 2008.