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CLEVELAND -- Fans started tailgating Saturday afternoon, with hopes that this year would be different.
The Muni lot was full by 10 a.m. with brown and orange bodies desperate for a winning team to get behind. However, those leaving the stadium Sunday were in much different spirits.
Heads down, replaying what went wrong or what exactly went right. Fans strolled the sports walk of shame, uttering infamous Cleveland sports phrases like, "there's always next year" and "we need a quarterback."
Some blamed the play calling, some blamed the wide receivers, others the quarterback. But in true Cleveland Browns fan style, everyone still hopes it'll get better next week.