New Browns GM John Dorsey Says Anything Less Than AFC North Title In 2018 Is “Unacceptable”

Last week, the Cleveland Browns once again shook up their front office, firing general manager Sashi Brown and replacing him with John Dorsey all within 12 hours.

Dorsey, who just started his tenure with the organization is already expecting a huge jump from the Browns next year.

Dorsey seriously expects the Cleveland Browns, who have won 1-28 over their last 29 games and are currently 0-12, to not only have a winning season in 2018, but to win the AFC North as well:

“I’m the eternal optimistic,” Dorsey said Thursday on WKNR 850′s “The Really Big Show,” according to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. “I believe we have to be competitive in the AFC North and my total objective going into the ’18 season is to win the AFC North. Anything else to me is unacceptable.”

Dorsey also threw some shade at the Sashi Brown regime, claiming Sashi didn’t get “real players” on the team and made that clear when he released WR Kenny Britt as soon as he took over.

The Browns haven’t won the AFC North since 1989 and haven’t had a winning season since 2007, where the team didn’t qualify for the playoffs despite going 10-6. The last time the Browns went to the playoffs was 2002 but haven’t won a playoff game since 1994.

The Browns franchise has just three winning seasons since 1990 and have been the doormat of their division for quiet some time now as Pittsburgh, Baltimore and even Cincinnati has practically owned them.