The Cleveland Browns, quite frankly, have made a shocking start to the 2016 NFL season.
After three games, all of which have resulted in losses and injuries to key players, a large proportion of Browns fans have already given up on the current campaign and any chance the Ohio franchise had of making the playoffs.
That pessimism hasn't made its way to Terrelle Pryor though, with the Browns star seeming incredibly optimistic about what is coming ahead for Cleveland.
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Apparently, Pryor thinks that the Browns can go unbeaten throughout the rest of the season - they just need to get over a hump.
"We're so close to getting over that hump," Pryor said according to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com earlier this week.
"Once we get over that hump, I think we're going to have a lot of success, even this year ... I think we can win all the rest of the games. It depends on our mind set. It depends on how we look at it. It's just one week at a time."
Pryor, who seems to be thriving despite the Browns being on their third-string quarterback, has come out of nowhere to be one of the Browns most important players.
Under Hue Jackson, the wide receiver went back under center as a wildcat quarterback and did incredibly well, racking up over 200 yards of offense to himself. If he can continue that, and others around him step up, the Browns may finally get their first win of the season. Winning out is a bit much though.