Cleveland Browns: 7 Impressive Records in Browns History

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Cleveland Browns: 7 Impressive Records in Browns History
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Brian Sipe

485-398-13.

That is the Browns' regular season record since they came into existence. 

The Browns catch a lot of guff from fans and teams around the league for being "losers". They've never won a Super Bowl. Heck, they've never even been to a Super Bowl. Their playoff record is a disappointing 16-20 and includes one of the most notorious losses in the history of the NFL playoffs, when John Elway's Broncos defeated them in the 1987 AFC Championship game with "The Drive". 

And yet, their overall franchise record suggests that the Browns, over time, are in fact a winner, and not by a particularly small margin. 

So while the Browns have no Super Bowl rings, a losing playoff record, and few NFL records posted by individual players, they've still had some pretty notable and record-worthy success. For a franchise that is, by the numbers, largely a winner across time, it's quite the accomplishment for any player who once donned the orange and Brown to hold a franchise record for Cleveland. 

The following are seven such players who each hold a Cleveland Browns team record that is indicative of their tremendous talent on the football field. Each of these players, through their own individual records for the team, has helped the Browns to that winning 485-398-13 mark. Alas, you won't find any Super Bowl champs here, but you won't find any "losers" either. 

As always, your opinions are highly valued here, so please feel free to share your thoughts on these or any other notable team records in the comments below!

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