Wednesday, April 13, 2005

2005 Cleveland Browns Schedule

Just off the top of my head, it looks like it could be a 9-7 season for the Browns. Detailed analysis to come in late August.

Sep 11 - Cincinnati
Sep 18 - @Green Bay
Sep 25 - @Indianapolis
Week 4 - BYE
Oct 9 - Chicago
Oct 16 - @Baltimore
Oct 23 - Detroit
Oct 30 - @Houston
Nov 6 - Tennessee
Nov 13 - @Pittsburgh (ESPN)
Nov 20 - Miami
Nov 27 - @Minnesota
Dec 4 - Jacksonville
Dec 11 - @Cincinnati
Dec 18 - @Oakland
Dec 24 - Pittsburgh
Jan 1 - Baltimore


John said...

It looks to me like 4-12...maybe.

Robb said...

Ha ... spoken like a true Stiller.

I tend to think that most AFC North games are going to be split - 1-1. Then, I think GB, Chicago, Tennessee, Miami, Minny, and Oakland are all winable games.

Paul McDonald said...

Cool blog! I look forward to reading more.

Robb said...

Welcome, Paul. I hope you become a grenzophile!

Anonymous said...

Hey Robb, I was just thinking that Browns & Lions fans have a similiar trait--they're like pinantas. We keep getting the crap beat out of us and we still spill candy. 9-7? What are the Lions going to do? 10-6?

Just giving you a hard time. I enjoy your site.

Robb said...

Tim, is that you? You might hate me for saying this - I don't want to jinx anything, but yes, I think the Lions are going to be 10-6. I am not ready to say they are going to have home field advantage at the Super Bowl, but I think the NFC North is theirs.