Cleveland Browns continue to give fans hope and this latest parody is just flat out funny.
The Cleveland Browns have high expectations for this year.
It has to be noted that the NFL team decided to make another big change and that was to their front office when they decided to fire general manager Sashi Brown and replacing him with John Dorsey all within 12 hours.
Despite just joining the team, Dorsey has high expectations for the team this year. Dorsey expects the Cleveland Browns, who have won 1-28 over their last 29 games and are currently 0-12, to not only have a winning season in 2018, but to win the AFC North as well.
Dorsey also threw some shade at the Sashi Brown regime, claiming Sashi didn’t get “real players” on the team and made that clear when he released WR Kenny Britt as soon as he took over.
Keep in mind that the Browns haven’t won the AFC North since 1989 and haven’t had a winning season since 2007, where the team didn’t qualify for the playoffs despite going 10-6.
The last time the Browns went to the playoffs was 2002 but haven’t won a playoff game since 1994.
They made a big move in the offseason by signing star quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who has had an interesting road throughout his professional football career. Taylor, who is only 28 years of age, played at Virginia Tech during his college days from 2008 - 2011 and was a starter.
He then went through the draft process and was chosen in the sixth round by the Baltimore Ravens. Thus, he served as the backup to starting quarterback Joe Flacco.
He has a SuperBowl ring to go along with it as he was with the team when they picked up Super Bowl XLVII victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
However, following the 2014 season, the Ravens decided to re-sign him and thus he was placed on the free agent market where he signed with the Bills. During that season, he was the starter.
Halfway through the 2017 season, the Bills made a surprising move by benching Taylor in favor of rookie Nathan Peterman.
That didn’t work out well for the team as Peterman played three quarters and was replaced by Taylor after playing badly.
The Browns stayed busy this week by wheeling and trading as they also acquired Jarvis Landry and Damarious Randall. It’s clear that new Browns general manager John Dorsey is making moves and trying to create a new team for the Browns’ fanbase.
Players of the Browns decided to perform a parody of the famed intro to ‘The Office’ that features Taylor, guard Joel Bitonio, tight end David Njoku, defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah and linebacker Joe Schobert, running back Duke Johnson, wide receiver Jarvis Landry, punter Britton Colquitt, and rookie tackle Austin Corbett.
If the video doesn’t play below, you can watch the awesome trailer here.