The Browns lost every game this season.
Look out 2008 Detroit Lions, you have company.
The Cleveland Browns lost 28-24 to an undermanned Pittsburgh Steelers team to become just the second NFL team to go winless in a season.
Cleveland had a drive going late in the fourth quarter, but former first round pick Corey Coleman dropped an easy completion on fourth down, resulting in a turnover on downs.
Check it out.
Corey Coleman really wanted to finish 0-16. pic.twitter.com/0sP3tgVTvb
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) December 31, 2017
Hue Jackson’s first two seasons as the Browns head coach could not have gone much worse, as the coach racked up an abysmal 1-31 record.
With a new GM in place, Cleveland owns two of the top five picks in the 2018 NFL Draft and has a real chance to turn the ship around.