Cleveland Browns Tickets

Cleveland Browns tickets are on sale for the rest of the 2011 NFL season at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The Browns schedule is far from over and the team is hanging around in the deep AFC North. TheSeats has the Brown tickets to enjoy as Colt McCoy tries to deliver enough offense to cover for a very solid defense.

Cleveland Browns Tickets for Sale

The Cleveland Browns defense has been able to stump other team's quarterbacks, allowing a league low 171.5 yards a game. The running defense has allowed 119.5 yards a game, 20th best in the league. This is also not a ball hawking unit, so it has had to rely on stopping the pass. Overall, the unit has performed well, allowing just 20 points a game.

Unfortunately, the other side of the Browns squad has managed to score a mere 16 points a game. Running back Peyton Hillis has been hampered by injury and Montario Hardesty has only been able to run for 3.3 yards a carry. Coaches may say that it is not the yards per run that matters, but the time the runs take off the clock. Cleveland has received little from Colt McCoy.

McCoy has completed an insufficient 56 percent of his passes and has averaged a mere 5.5 yards per pass. The Browns have only managed to score 8 touchdowns via the pass, though he only has 4 picks. When the Browns have only managed 2 rushing touchdowns, this is a major problem. Cleveland Browns tickets are available now to see whether this team is able to find some sort of offense to put on the field at Paul Brown Stadium.

Cleveland Browns History

The Cleveland Browns first took the field in 1946 as part of the All-American Football League. In the four seasons they played in the league, they won four championships and Paul Brown became a legendary head coach. The football team made its first Cleveland Browns tickets for an NFL season, season tickets for an NFL champion, beating the L.A. Rams 30-28 in 1950.

These early Cleveland Browns teams were loaded with a master tactician in Paul Brown, an MVP quarterback in Otto Graham, and a MVP running back in Jim Brown. From 1950 to 1958, the team played in four NFL Championships, winning three. The team struggled for a couple seasons before Jim Brown could reclaim the MVP and the Browns again won the NFL Championship in 1964. Running back Leroy Kelly would take over for Jim Brown and won the MVP in 1968.

It would take 15 years for the Browns to become relevant again. From 1985 to 1989 Cleveland won the AFC North and in three of those seasons the team made it to the AFC Championship before bowing out, losing to the Denver Broncos each time. Sadly, Art Modell moved the team in 1996, but the NFL decided he could not take the team lineage and brought the Browns back to life in 1999. Since then, the Browns have made the playoffs once and posted two winning records.

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