There are two very well known facts within the world right now, firstly that Adele's song Hello is the biggest song in the charts right now, and that the Cleveland Browns are the worst team in the NFL.
At 2-10, the Browns season is not going well and life for the Dawg Pound is not easy right now.
Could it really get any worse?
The Browns have the worst record in the NFL and face weekly questions over the team's performance and the coaching decisions.
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With their quarterback position constantly in the spotlight, Cleveland has not been a happy home for QBs with 24 having started a game for the team since 1999.
Well the pain for the fans has really taken it's toll following the teams 37-3 divisional loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
Following the loss to Cincinnati, one Browns fan decided to make a video showing just how difficult it is to be a member of the Dawg Pound.
Set to the melancholy tune of Adele's Hello, the video looks at some of the lowest points in recent Browns history.
Starting with the Baltimore Ravens walk off blocked field goal return for a touchdown last week, the video shows some very embarrassing on field and off the field moments for the franchise.
Starting with Baltimore last week then moving back to week 4 where they lost to a last second field goal against the San Diego Chargers in typical Browns fashion.
With a segment which shows pictures of the Browns quarterbacks since 1999 and a heavy focus on the once again named starter Johnny Manziel, the video clearly shows the pain of supporting the Browns.
From a fan tearing their Browns shirt apart to one outside the stadium shouting "You are a factory of sadness", it doesn't paint a pretty picture of Cleveland.
Doesn't get easier
There are four games left in the season for the Browns to do everything they can to avoid being the worst team in the league.
They face the also struggling San Francisco 49ers next week but the following three weeks could bring more misery to FirstEnergy Stadium.
With games against the Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Browns finish on the same two wins they already have.