It’s hard to remember a time when the Browns weren’t terrible. Even by the awful standards they’ve set in the past, this year is exceptionally bad. The team currently sits winless 10 games into the season, and there doesn’t seem to be a game left on their schedule that they’re capable of winning. Thursday night’s embarrassing loss to the Baltimore Ravens added insult to injury by giving the Browns the ownership of an embarrassing record.
After losing 28-7 on Monday, the Browns are now the first team in NFL history to give up over 25 points in each of their first ten games.
#Browns are the first team in NFL history to allow 25 points in each of their first 10 games of a season
— Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) November 11, 2016
Next Sunday the Browns will face the Steelers. The good news for Browns fans is that they’ve only broken 25 points three times this season, so they might end the streak then. The good news for Steelers fans is that they’re playing a historically bad Browns team.