Far Fetched Friday: The Cleveland Browns Make The AFC Championship Game

03/15/2019

Welcome to Far Fetched Friday where every Friday we give you a bold prediction that we think will come to fruition. This Friday the bold prediction is that the Cleveland Browns make the 2020 Conference championship game.

Last year, about a year ago today we gave you a bold prediction that the Cleveland Browns would finish the season with an 8 and 8 record. At the time, Cleveland had just finished the season with an 0 and 16 record and were yet to draft Baker Mayfield. We did not predict they would draft Baker Mayfield but we did believe they would finish 8 and 8. Technically, we were right . . . and wrong. The Browns only lost 8 games but they only won 7 due to a season opening tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Given the accuracy of that prediction, we decided to go with the Browns once again. After the acquisition of Odell Beckham Jr. and some solid moves so far in free agency, the Cleveland Browns will make the 2020 AFC Championship game after a 12 and 4 season.

Kareem Hunt, Nick Chubb, David Njoku, Jarvis Landry, OBJ, Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward and Baker Mayfield headline one of the most talented rosters in all of football. All there's left to do is win and the Browns will do that. Baker Mayfield should be feeling more dangerous than ever.


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