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In Cleveland, hope dies last

Trying to make sense of your first place Cleveland Browns

2013_10_browns_first_fiveWhen the Cleveland Browns beat Buffalo on Thursday night it guaranteed that the Browns will remain at least tied for first place in the AFC North once Week 5 is complete.

The good news is the Browns have now won three consecutive games for just the second time since 2007. Their 3-2 start is also the team’s best since 2001, when they also started 3-2 along their way to a 7-9 season.

The bad news is the team has lost Brian Hoyer for the remainder of the season as he suffered a complete tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee on a first-quarter scramble.

The worst part is it may not really matter who is at quarterback the rest of the season.

A lot has happened in just five games for the Browns. We try to figure out what may happen over the final 11 games of the season in our latest post at The Cleveland Fan.

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