The Cleveland Browns are 0-10. They might win one of their final 6 games, but they’re probably going to finish 0-16 because they are really, terribly, pitifully bad. The good news is that the franchise is not focused on that kind of thing this year. Via MMQB:
Consider this admission by Sashi Brown, the executive VP of football operations, that registers as either stunning or painfully self-aware: “We are not focused on wins and losses this year.”
That’s great to hear. Not sure what they are focused on. Maybe its developing chemistry between rookie Corey Coleman (13 catches in 4 games) and one of the 6 quarterbacks they’ve used this season. Or any of the other seven players they selected before Dak Prescott was drafted.