For once, Browns’ future is now — with 50/1 Super Bowl odds

CLEVELAND — No more looking to future draft picks in November.

No more clamoring for the coaching staff to play more rookie backups.

No more 1 p.m. games with the vicious wind chill of a 10-loss team, something with which Lake Erie can’t even compete.

The Browns are playing meaningful games. Hotly contested, high-stakes football games for at least the next seven weeks, and it’s Nov. 10.

If the Cleveland Browns’ sole possession of first place in the AFC North after Week 10 made you clean your glasses, here are a few more fall-off-the-chair realities.

via – NFL Nation

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