The Cleveland Browns, for the first time since 2007, have reached ten wins with their 20-6 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday. With the win, the Browns move to the fifth seed in the AFC with two games left.
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The Kevin Stefanski era has brought joy and hope back to the Cleveland faithful and the magical season continues. The Browns last results of the games against the next two opponents, the 1-13 New York Jets and the 11-2 Pittsburgh Steelers, can drastically alter the Browns playoff status. If the Browns win both games, they will finish as the fifth seed. If they split the games, they will end up being the sixth seed. If the Browns lose both games, they are the seventh seed.
#Browns Week 16 Playoff Clinching Scenarios:
Browns beat Jets, Colts lose to Pittsburgh Steelers
Browns beat Jets, Dolphins lose or tie to Las Vegas Raiders
Browns beat Jets, Ravens lose or tie to New York Giants
— Full Press Browns (@FPC_Browns) December 21, 2020
Luckily, there wasn’t a Freddie Kitchens, Colt McCoy, Jabrill Peppers and Kevin Zeitler revenge game Sunday night. The Browns were able to neutralize the Giants behind stout defensive play and pull away behind semi-conservative playcalling from Kevin Stefanski. It was a perfectly coached game with the only mistake coming on a missed extra point after an Unsportsmanlike Conduct penalty. The Browns now move on to next week where they will face the New York Jets back at MetLife Stadium.