Sunday's Browns comeback was the largest in NFL history by a team on the road.
As the ball floated from Brian Hoyer to the back of the end zone and Travis Benjamin snatched victory out of the air, some Browns fans became persuaded by the determined quarterback.
"Hoyer is the real thing," said Paul Katz.
As the comeback played out, including a blocked punt for a safety, and a defensive stop on a critical fourth down, fans were shown the team won't give up.
"Winners find a way to win. So I'm convinced they're finding a way to win," said Andrew Tipton.
As Hoyer sidestepped the rush, kept his eyes down field, and fired a bullet into the end zone to get the Browns within one score, fans were convinced the Browns finish what they start.
"A second-half team. The second half. Every time they're going to do it, or they can do it. But they are a second-half team," said Herman Jones.
The Browns have played four games. All have been decided by 3 points or less. Two up and two down.
But not everyone believes.
"I'm not convinced of anything. But at least it's promising. They're winning some games here and there. At least it's giving us hope that there are more wins along the way, instead of lose, lose, lose, lose," said Browns fan, Jessica Becker.
Bottom line: It's a win. But don't look too deep, because you'll see a defense that was stripped by a bad Titans offense during a dreadfully slow start.
"After four crazy games, I am can convinced the Browns are back to 1999," said Chris Schwarz. "It's pretty bad."
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