The Browns, if you hadn't noticed, haven't been doing so hot this season, but that doesn't mean their accomplishments aren't worth celebrating.
The team is currently 0-11, putting them on their way to being one of a select few NFL teams to go winless for an entire season.
One local (@Reflog_18, whose Twitter is a must follow for any Cleveland sports fan) decided to celebrate the Browns failure, proposing a "Browns Perfect Season Parade," to be held Jan. 7 if the team manages to make it through the whole season defeated.
The event, which already has more than 3,600 people listed as attending and more than 6,700 interested, has become a landing page for frustrated Browns fans everywhere.
The parade's organizers have filed an application for a permit with the city outlining a route around the FirstEnergy Stadium. The city says they have yet to make a decision on the event.
Will the Browns be able to take home a win this season? Their next outing will be Sunday against the New York Giants.
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