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2014 Cleveland Browns ticket info

Ask anyone why they’d want to buy Cleveland Browns tickets in 2014 and they’ll answer in two words: Johnny Manziel. Ask the Cleveland front office what’s going to be the driving force behind the sale of Browns tickets in 2014 and you’ll get the same answer. Call a talk radio show in the Cleveland, OH area and ask the host why Browns tickets have gone from “useful for making confetti” to “something a person would actually want” in 2014, and you can bet that Manziel’s name comes up.

 

OK, you get it. Manziel is the face of the franchise before he’s even taken his first NFL snap. And with that comes a likely boost in Browns tickets being bought by the public. Manziel already has the highest-selling jersey among NFL rookies—it only took him one week after being picked No. 22 overall in the 2014 NFL Draft to accomplish that—and it stands to reason that his jersey sales portend an increase in ticket sales for Cleveland.

 

In case you were wondering, FirstEnergy Stadium seats 72,300 fans for football, making it the 10th largest stadium in the NFL. That’s a sizable number of seats. And a sizable number of dollar signs, if you’re looking at things from a marketing standpoint.

 

Even if Manziel doesn’t earn the role of starting quarterback right away, his presence on the sidelines will likely be enough to draw public interest in the Browns as a team. Is this what the Cleveland front office had in mind when they drafted him in May? It may not have been the deciding factor, but the benefits of having Manziel in a Browns jersey wasn’t lost on the team from a marketing and ticket sales perspective.

 

It’s not unusual for a team to draft a player with the intention of making him the poster boy for all things having to do with the organization; luckily for the Browns, Manziel’s personality seems to fit the bill nicely. While his off-field behavior has been well documented by the media, it apparently wasn’t enough to dissuade the Browns from hitching their wagon to the flamboyant quarterback.

 

 


Cleveland Browns season preview for the upcoming NFL year.

Cleveland Browns tickets are quickly becoming more valuable as a sense of optimism builds around the 2013 edition. New coach Rob Chudzinski is an offensive mastermind, and offensive coordinator Norv Turner is the best in the business. Running back Trent Richardson, quarterbackBrandonWeeden and wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon are emerging stars who will undoubtedly fulfill their potential under the new leadership. Buy Browns tickets online and see one of the most storied franchises in all of sports reclaim a proudful place in the NFL.

FirstEnergy Stadium will be rocking all season long, making it easy to see what made the Dawg Pound famous. Buy Browns tickets and feel the atmosphere generated by these hard-core, devoted loyalists. The Cleveland Browns’ schedule is jammed with exciting games, starting with home matchups againstAFCNorth rivalsPittsburgh,Cincinnatiand Cleveland. The Browns also entertain the high-flying Detroit Lions, featuring Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson, and the new-look Chicago Bears, under former CFL coach Marc Trestman.

Buy Browns tickets and join a tradition that dates to the days of the legendary Jim Brown and earlier. The Browns have been in existence since 1946 and have captured no fewer than eight league championships. In addition, they’ve won 11 conference titles and 13 division crowns and reached the playoffs 28 times. The most recent playoff appearance came in 2002, but there’s good reason to believe the next one will come soon, possibly this season.

Cleveland Browns tickets are the only way you can watch the turnaround firsthand. The team gave $35 million in guaranteed money to linebacker Paul Kruger and defensive lineman Desmond Bryant and drafted fearsome pass rusher Barkevious Mingo  with the No. 6 overall pick. They also acquired wideout Davone Bess and quarterback Jason Campbell to back up Weeden. So this is a completely different team with much higher expectations. Buy Browns tickets online now and see this team upset the traditional balance of power in theAFCNorth.

Turner is preaching an attacking offense, and that mindset permeates the team. Buy Cleveland Browns tickets now and enjoy the ride!

NFL AFC North - Cleveland Browns - Go Dog Pound!

It's been a tough time to be a Cleveland Browns fan. They almost-but-not-quite made the playoffs in 2007, but every other season in recent history has been better off forgotten. And yet, Cleveland Browns tickets are still selling like hotcakes. What gives? It's because the Browns fans in the Dog Pound are some of the most loyal and dedicated fans in all of the National Football League, and a Cleveland Browns Stadium ticket is the only way to be counted in their number!

With new head coach Eric Mangini at the helm, things are looking up in Cleveland. Quarterback Derek Anderson has been surprisingly able at this position, setting up a situation similar to Drew Brees and Phillip Rivers in San Diego: the team drafted hot young prospect Brady Quinn, but while he was on the bench developing, the current "disposable" starter became a total stud. Anderson went to the Pro Bowl in 2007, and now the Browns are faced with a problem that's pretty good to have: "which good quarterback do we start?" Cleveland Browns ticket holders haven't been this spoiled at the quarterback position since the days of Bernie Kosar. If they can settle on a quarterback and let him get into a rhythm, this team has what it takes to go to the postseason and the Super Bowl.

Cleveland Browns ticket holders have some high expectations this year. They expect Brady Quinn to become a real NFL starter. They expect Eric Mangini to turn the team around and make them an NFL powerhouse. They expect wide receivers Josh Cribbs and Braylon Edwards to get into the groove and score tons of touchdowns. They expect the defense to get its act together. That's all a lot to live up to! But Cleveland Browns ticket holders know that their team has what it takes to go all the way. Their biggest expectation is that the Dog Pound are the loudest, most loyal, most dedicated fans in all of the National Football League. You can do your part by joining the Dog Pound with Cleveland Browns tickets to Cleveland Browns Stadium this season!


2008 Cleveland Browns Tickets

Pick up 2008 Cleveland Browns tickets and catch a team on the rise.
Led by an explosive offense, the Browns blossomed into true playoff contenders last season. Cleveland Browns tickets should only get better in 2008. So jump on board the Browns’ bandwagon today.

The core of last year’s club returns intact. Quarterback Derek Anderson is coming off the best season of his career by far. The Oregon State product tossed 29 touchdowns and passed for more than 3,700 yards in 2008.
Anderson’s primary target also appears to be coming into his own. Acrobatic wide receiver Braylon Edwards exploded for 16 touchdowns and 1,289 yards. The former first-round draft pick out of Michigan had struggled his first couple of NFL seasons. But, much to the delight of Cleveland Browns ticket holders, Edwards began to live up to his potential last season.
Cleveland Browns tickets will certainly take NFL fans on a wild, exciting ride in 2008. With the dynamic quarterback-receiver connection of Anderson and Edwards, the Browns will be lighting up scoreboards across the league. Is this the year the Browns return to the NFL Playoffs? The potential is there, but will 2008 Cleveland Browns tickets deliver? Find out by contacting ABCTickets.com today!

2008 Cleveland Browns Stadium: Cleveland Browns Stadium seats

Located off the North Coast Harbor, Cleveland Browns Stadium is a long Derek Anderson touchdown pass away from Lake Erie. It seats more 73,000 screaming Browns ticket holders and could get awfully rowdy when Cleveland starts rolling.

Cleveland Browns Stadium replaced the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium, after hated former owner Art Modell moved Cleveland’s beloved NFL franchise to Baltimore.

2008 Cleveland Browns Tickets: A tough slate

An extremely tough road lies ahead for the Browns in the 2008 NFL season. The Browns host the mighty Dallas Cowboys to open the season. The defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants also will make an appearance at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
The Browns will play on Monday Night Football twice this season. Cleveland plays at Buffalo on Nov. 17, and then travels to Philadelphia for a Monday-night clash with the Eagles on Dec. 15. You can bet those two Cleveland Browns tickets will two of the hottest of the season.

 

 

Top Ten Reasons to Buy Cleveland Browns Tickets

1. First Round QB Brady Quinn – There's not a team in the NFL more excited for their future than the Cleveland Browns. The Browns' ticket to success rests squarely on the shoulders of future superstar quarterback Brady Quinn.
2. First Round OT Joe Thomas – With all the excitement surrounding Brady Quinn, it's easy to forget about offensive tackle Joe Thomas, who's job it will be to keep Quinn safe from blitzers and to open holes for reason number three:
3. RB Jamal Lewis – Cleveland Browns tickets holders can't wait to see their new running back Jamal Lewis take the field. After several seasons of a weak running game, they can't wait to see Lewis crash the line.
4. WR Braylon Edwards – The Browns' offensive potential continues with wide receiver Braylon Edwards, who is quickly becoming noticed as one of the best in the league.
5. TE Kellen Winslow Jr. – Browns ticket holders are holding their breath that this year is the year that tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. is fully healthy and ready to become the elite tight end his father was.
6. Head Coach Romeo Crennel – Romeo Crennel hasn't had the same success in Cleveland that he had in New England, but you can tell that this is team headed in the right direction.
7. Heated AFC North Rivalries – AFC North division football is some of the most punishing around. When the Ravens, Steelers, and Bengals come to town, your Cleveland Browns tickets are a guarantee of some great football.
8. Future Powerhouse? – Things are looking up in Cleveland. Are all the pieces finally in place? The talent is there, it just needs to be harnessed.
9. Cleveland Browns Stadium – Watching the Dawg Pound at Cleveland Browns Stadium is almost as much fun as watching the game. These fans are Browns-crazy!
10. Great Schedule – Your Cleveland Browns tickets gets you in to see some of the hottest teams in football this year, including the Ravens, Bengals, Dolphins, and Seahawks, Bills, 49ers, and Texans.

Cleveland Browns tickets are offering NFL fans something a little different for the 2006 NFL season. His name is Charlie Frye. Yes, head coach Romeo Crennel threw caution to the wind shortly after the NFL Draft and traded the steady but unspectacular Trent Dilfer to the San Francisco 49ers for their backup QB Ken Dorsey and a pick in Round 7 of next year’s draft. But the trade clears the way for Frye to take the reins of a team that finished 6-10 in 2005, a modest improvement over their 4-12 finish in 2004. Obviously the thinking is that it’s time to find out whether or not Frye has what it takes to be an NFL quarterback and based on his performance at Akron, odds are that he can get the job done.

Frye re-wrote the record books at Akron. As a junior he completed 273 passes for 3, 549 yards and 22 touchdowns while completing better than 60% of his passes. Although his numbers dropped off as a senior that was due more to his surrounding cast than to his ability.

In 2006, Frye will have a little more to work with than Dilfer did last year. Tight end Kellen Winslow is back from a self-inflicted injury that ended his debut season before it could really begin. On the offensive line, the Browns nabbed LeCharles Bentley and Kevin Shaffer to help protect the passer. Of course Reuben Droughns, the hard- hitting running back will still be the mainstay of the Browns running games. Droughns topped 1,200 yards in 2005 and should benefit from a better passing attack to keep defenses from stacking the line.

Crennel and the Browns went for defensive help in the NFL draft, focusing almost exclusively on linebackers. Kamerion Wimbley (1st round) is a prototype outside linebacker while D’Qwell Jackson (2nd Round) was the highest rated inside linebacker on most draft boards. Think the Browns weren’t serious about improving their linebacking corps? In the fourth round they went back to the well for Leon Williams, an athletic although slightly undersized linebacker from Miami of Florida.

It’s going to be an interesting season in Paul Brown Stadium in 2006. There’s nothing quite like watching a young team on the rise. For the Browns, having the Steelers and the Bengals in their division is going to make the going tough, but for the fans, finally seeing some results on the field is going to make those Cleveland Browns tickets even sweeter.

 

 



THIS PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS (4-11) TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS (4-11) AT HOUSTON TEXANS (5-10) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Reliant Stadium

This game may not be great matchup of NFL powerhouses, but it is a game between two fairly evenly matched teams, which means good football. Browns QB Derek Anderson has filled in admirably for the injured Charlie Frye, and RQ Rueben Droughns should finally be fully healthy and ready to take on the Texans. They will have their work cut out for them as they face a defense that held the Indianapolis Colts in check. The Browns aren’t as bad as their record indicates, and they should pull out a win against Houston.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 24, Houston Texans 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Braylon Edwards has proved his worth on a team with limited options.

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THIS PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS (4-10) TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS (4-10) VS. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-11) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Cleveland Browns Stadium

The Browns have taken a beating this season, but QB Derrick Anderson made a game of it last week against the Ravens, throwing for two touchdowns against the top-ranked Baltimore defense. He should have a little less resistance against the aging Tampa Bay defense at home. Tampa Bay can't score and can't stop anyone, which is good for the Browns would have problems doing just that themselves.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 14, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7
(Last Week: 12-4/Season: 171-78)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Braylon Edwards is finally coming on.

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PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS (4-9) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (10-3) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
M&T Bank Stadium

Every time the Browns appear to take one step forward, they take another one back. Last week’s disappointing performance in a loss to Pittsburgh is a prime example. You have to begin to wonder how long before Browns’ second-year head coach Romeo Crennell begins to hear his name mentioned on the hot seat. But for now, he’ll focus his team on the Ravens. That’s something no one in the NFL wants to be thinking about.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 35, Cleveland 10
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cleveland tight end Kellen Winslow is coming into his own.

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PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS (4-8) TICKETS AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (5-7)
8 pm, Thursday
Heinz Field

Don’t you just love the NFL? With the Cleveland Browns looking like the NFL’s worst losers they turn around and beat the high flying Kansas City Chiefs 31-28. And they did it with a backup quarterback. Who’da thunk it? Now the Browns get the chance to take on the Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers, who are mired in their own swamp of mediocrity. A couple of gifts from Big Ben and the Browns could pull off another upset. Will Romeo Crennel let the new guy keep playing? We’ll have to wait and see but it’s a whole new ball game for Cleveland with this kid under center.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Pittsburgh Steelers 28, Cleveland Browns 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Go with Joe Jurevicius. He may turn out to be Derek Anderson’s go-to guy.(Last week:Kellen Winslow — 2 catches for 26 yards and yes it was a sucky pick)

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PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (7-4) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (3-8)
1 pm, Sunday
Cleveland Browns Stadium

The Cleveland Browns are pitiful. They’re also deserving of pity. After getting blasted 30-0 by the Bengals they now have to take a beating from Larry Johnson. Which brings us to the reason for being in Cleveland Browns Stadium for this game. Larry Johnson is on such a roll he may just set all-time NFL records against the stumbling, bumbling Browns defense. Seriously, Romeo is quickly losing the love interest of Cleveland fans and if the bleeding doesn’t stop soon Juliet will be standing on the balcony calling for a new coach in Cleveland.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 30, Cleveland Browns 10
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Browns Tight End Kellen Winslow in a coin toss (Last week:Braylon Edwards — 2 catches for 29 yards and yes it was a sucky pick)

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PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS TICKETS (5-5) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (3-5)
1 pm, Sunday
Cleveland Browns Stadium

Buck up Browns fans. Your heroes looked pretty good against Pittsburgh last week. Yes, they gave it up at the end, but at least they're playing decent ball. Now the high flying Bengals come to town. Here's your chance for Ohio bragging rights for the rest of the year. The Browns have now lost six in a row and the bleeding has to stop sometime. A win by Cleveland could rightfully be labeled the upset of the week. Hello loss #7.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 35, Cleveland Browns 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Browns Wide Receiver Braylon Edwards, the (Last week: Edwards - 7 catches for 127 yards)

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THIS WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
CLEVLAND BROWNS (2-6) AT ATLANTA FALCONS (5-3) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Georgia Dome

In desperate search of some offense, the Browns head east to take on Michael Vick and the Falcons. With talented tight end Kellon Winslow and explosive wide out Braylon Edwards, the Browns should have more firepower than they have displayed. But it just hasn’t happened yet. Don’t look for things to change this week against a stingy Falcons defense that is proving to be one of the best in the NFL.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Atlanta 31, Cleveland 17
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cleveland tight end Kellon Winslow (Last week: Winslow — 11 catches, 78 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS (2-5) AT SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (5-2) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
QUALCOMM Stadium

How about those Browns? Nice win over the New York Jets last week, but the competition is getting ready to stiffen with Sunday’s trip to San Diego, where the Chargers, led by LaDanian Tomlinson, have putting up big numbers. But San Diego will be without All-Pro linebacker Shawne Merriman, who will begin his suspension for violating the NFL’s steroid policy. Cheater. Will the Browns be able to take advantage? No, they’re still the Browns, after all.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 23, Cleveland 10
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow (Last week — Winslow – 7 catches, 76 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (4-1) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (14-3) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
Cleveland Stadium

Browns’ second-year head coach Romeo Crennel is beginning to get things turned around in Cleveland. Quarterback Charlie Frye is developing into a gritty competitor and has drawn comparisons to Packer great Brett Favre. It won’t be long to the Browns start winning more games. And it starts on Sunday in Week 7’s biggest upset. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 14, Denver Broncos 13
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cleveland wide receiver Braylon Edwards (Last week: Browns on a bye.)
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PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS AT CAROLINA PANTHERS TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Bank of America Stadium

The Cleveland Browns finally got on the board in Week 4, posting a win over the stumbling bumbling Oakland Raiders. The Browns needed something to build on and they got it. Now they can take a little momentum into Bank of America Stadium against a Panthers team that’s starting to look like the playoff contender everyone thought they would be. On the road against a good team a Browns win would be an upset but stranger things have happened in the parity ridden NFL. .

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Carolina Panthers 21, Cleveland Browns 10
(Last Week: 7-5/Season 40-24)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Browns quarterback Charlie Frye continues to impress. (Last Week: Rueben Droughns, out with an injury)

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PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS AT OAKLAND RAIDERS TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
McAfee Coliseum

The Browns proved their mettle last week when they managed to hang 14 points on the Baltimore defense, who up to that point had not given up a single touchdown. Now, if the Browns can put up two touchdowns against the best defense in the league, imagine what they will do against the Raiders, who just may be the worst team in the NFL. Look for Charlie Frye to lead the Browns to their first win of the season in Oakland.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 14, Oakland 3
(Last Week: 10-4/Season 43-13)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Browns quarterback Charlie Frye continues to impress. (Last Week: Rueben Droughns, out with an injury)

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THIS PAST WEEK'S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (4-3) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (1-5) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
Cleveland Stadium

Ok, so we blew it last week when we picked the Browns to upset the Broncos. They still gave Denver a tough game so we're going out on another limb here and calling this one for the Browns again. After all, the Jets ain't that good and Cleveland is due for some good things to happen. Frye is playing well and the Browns D is perking up. Isn't the NFL fun? br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 28, New York Jets 23
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cleveland wide receiver Braylon Edwards (Last week: Braylon Edwards, 2 for 6. We should have gone with Jurevicuis)
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PAST WEEK’S CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
BALTIMORE RAVENS AT CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Cleveland Browns Stadium

Cleveland Browns tickets do have some bright spots heading into this game. The Ravens have yet to face as mobile a quarterback as Charlie Fry. The Browns haven’t been beaten so much as they’ve been beating themselves. Miracles don’t happen often in the NFL but if Cleveland can play mistake free football they’ve got a chance. And remember, the Ravens defense is due for a letdown after back to back domination. The Ravens looking past a weak team is the Browns ticket to an upset.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 28, Cleveland Browns 6
(Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cleveland Browns running back Reuben Droughns. (Last Week: Reuben Droughns - 32 yards on 14 rushes, 1 TD)

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