CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - For the two games the Browns have won, it was actually worth celebrating.
But the rest of the season has been a snooze fest for some.
Ben Deike has been a Browns fan his whole life.
He is trying to pass the tradition to his daughter Aubrey.
Recently he did something he said he would never do: schedule a birthday party on game day!
"By the time game day came yesterday I decided I was ready to go to the party and not sit at home and watch football and get depressed. I've had enough," Ben said.
Through the fumbles, missed catches, and just missed opportunities there are fans like Tony Timoteo.
"This is not a city for quitters," Tony said. "Cleveland will chew you up and spit you out if you quit."
Tony says he is not quitting on the Browns, let alone cheering for another team.
"There is no reason to switch over because we are winning," Tony said. "Everybody is worried about firing the coach, the draft, this guy. Don't forget what we have can be taken away from us."
The team has already left us once.
"Wake up and have something constructive to say. I remember when the team left and that did not feel good," Tony said.