The Cleveland Browns defeated the Washington Commanders by the score of 24-10 in Week 17 to open the new calendar year of 2023 on a positive note.
Fans were happy especially after swallowing that sour pill of the Ohio State loss just hours before.
Here are the most noteworthy reactions.
Browns Finally Won A Game They Should Have
While it has not always been the case this season, the Browns finally won a game that they were supposed to.
They had a more talented roster than the Atlanta Falcons, New York Jets, and New Orleans Saints to name a few, but those ended up being losses.
Glad the #Browns put away a team they were supposed to beat. No cause for celebration, it needs to become the new standard starting next season.
— Hammer (@BrownsBacker15) January 1, 2023
“Glad the #Browns put away a team they were supposed to beat. No cause for celebration, it needs to become the new standard starting next season.”
That statement is 100% true.
I guess even the blind squirrel can find a nut sometimes. #Browns
— Michael Monday™ (@monday40) January 1, 2023
This is a welcome change, and Michael Monday(TM) reacted with a deadpan response.
“I guess even the blind squirrel can find a nut sometimes.”
Brighter Days Are Coming
The Browns really are playing for 2023 at this point.
Deshaun Watson is getting better each week, and the team has improved.
Twitter user @BernienChompz noticed this also and said:
“The future is bright in Berea #Browns”
The future is bright in Berea #Browns pic.twitter.com/Cs4SwosFBe
— c🟤nn🟠r (@BernienChompz) January 1, 2023
Most Unusual Post
Tim Cordonnier showed us his Crock Pot pork and sauerkraut meal while noting that the Browns’ win eased the pain of the Buckeyes loss a little bit.
The #Browns start #2023 with a W… tough loss for the #Buckeyes but feel they put respect back behind their name!! 🍻 to the #NewYear pic.twitter.com/A3E5aDqjAR
— Tim Cordonnier (@tim_cordonnier) January 1, 2023
Pork and sauerkraut is considered a good luck meal for the New Year so perhaps all Browns fans should be eating this on January 1 every year.
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