There is no other fan base in the NFL that is more optimistic than Cleveland Browns fans.
Year in and year out, Browns Backers are ready for their team to take that next step to becoming a contender.
Having a taste of that only twice since 1999 (the Browns made the playoffs in 2002 and went 10-6 in 2007), Browns fans have seen and heard it all.
Now with a new team president and general manager that seem to be stable going into the future, the Browns are set to start their 2010 regular season schedule against the Buccaneers in Tampa on Sunday, Sept. 11.
The city of Cleveland is barely keeping its head above water after losing an icon over the summer and looks to the Browns and Josh Cribbs to pick the city back up by winning a few games.
There are a few things that Browns fans should watch for in this new season, and they are as follows.