Browns are fighting some major history in Week 1 vs. Chiefs

Browns are fighting some major history in Week 1 vs. Chiefs

With that stated, things sure had actually been horrible for Cleveland before that. Matter of truth, you may not even think when we tell you that the Browns have not won a season-opener in the past 16 seasons. Its true, and now theyll want to end that streak going up versus … the Chiefs.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – AUGUST 29: Baker Mayfield # 6 of the Cleveland Browns aims to pass against the Atlanta Falcons during the very first half at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on August 29, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images).
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With the Cleveland Browns heading to Kansas City for a Week 1 tilt with the Chiefs, theyll hope to win their very first season-opener in 17 years..
Prior to making the postseason last year, it really had actually been a miserable stretch for Cleveland Browns fans, as the team had not danced in the playoffs because 2002. Regardless of that, 2020 sure was a year to remember, with the Browns ending up 11-5 and making it to the Divisional Round.

The Cleveland Browns are known for blowing it to start the regular season.
After seeing this ridiculous stat, how could one not be lured to bet the farm on Kansas City for Sundays matchup going up versus Cleveland? While the Browns had a strong offseason and are considering a prospective upset, the Chiefs enter the new campaign as Super Bowl favorites.
Patrick Mahomes is when again expected to be in the MVP conversation, while Andy Reid is probably going to have a statue constructed in his honor one day outside of Arrowhead. The Kansas City offense must put up an unbelievable quantity of points week in and week out.

With that stated, things sure had been awful for Cleveland before that. Matter of truth, you might not even think when we inform you that the Browns havent won a season-opener in the past 16 seasons. Its true, and now theyll hope to end that streak going up against … the Chiefs.

This is of course bad news for Cleveland, as the arena is also going to be rocking from the opening kickoff. The fans in the stands will hope to rattle Baker Mayfield from the second he sets foot on the stadium.
Sorry, Cleveland supporters, but all indications are pointing to the team suffering another loss once the last whistle arrives this weekend.

Cleveland Browns are 0-15-1 in their last 16 season openers.
— Aaron Ladd (@aaronladd0) September 7, 2021.