Browns fans mark season of perfect futility with parade

Browns fans mark season of perfect futility with parade

More than 2,000 Cleveland Browns fans held a parade around their team's stadium on Saturday to vent their frustration at the team's 0-16 NFL season, their 15th campaign in a row without making the playoffs. Dubbed the Perfect Season Parade 2.0 — after the Browns joined the 2008 Detroit Lions as the only teams to finish an NFL season 0-16 — the parade was considered a protest by fed-up fans. "It was that kind of macabre-type humor that I think the Browns fans have," organizer Chris McNeil told ESPN.

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