The Cleveland Browns won seven games last season in what was their best campaign since winning 10 games back in 2007, but they’ll still face an uphill battle in the perennially powerful AFC North once online betting for the 2015 NFL regular season gets underway this coming fall. Even when the Odds to win Super Bowl 50 does not favor Cleveland, the revamped Browns will look to pull off a ‘Cinderella’ kind of campaign in 2015 and I believe they’ll at least have a shot to do just that. Thanks to this fun-filled, yet in-depth look at Cleveland’s hopes heading into the new season, you’re going to have a great idea of just what to expect out of the Browns when the 2015 season kicks off.
Unfortunately, the Browns reside in an AFC North division that includes a trio of almost perennial postseason participants in Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Baltimore, so Cleveland doesn’t have the luxury of getting ‘definite’ wins against any of their division rivals no matter where they play. Still, I think Cleveland can possibly be one of those teams set up for a Cinderella kind of campaign in 2015 – if all goes right of course.
The Browns made a handful of transactions in free agency and some of them were very good additions. However, many NFL pundits gave them a bad grade for their lack of fervor in free agency despite having a boatload of money available.
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