Browns 0-16 'perfect season' parade organizers meet with city
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - 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 0-12, 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 has exploded on Facebook, and Chris McNeil (the man behind the popular account) has said that he has actually filed permits and other paperwork in preparation for making the parade happen.
"The committee had a great meeting w/ the @CityofCleveland today & plans will move forward for the Perfect Season Parade on 1/7/17!!" he posted on Twitter Wednesday.
The parade 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 Cincinnati Bengals.
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