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The Cleveland Browns fell to the New York Jets, 31-28, on Sunday despite leading 20-7 at halftime. Their record now sits at 0-8.
For obvious-enough reasons, there were many empty seats to be found at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland as the Browns squared off against the Jets. Some of the fans who actually chose to attend the game, however, did not represent their home team especially well.
During the first half, fans sitting in the “Dawg Pound” section of the stadium attempted to unfurl a three-piece banner that said “Dawg Pound.”
But in quintessential Brownsian fashion, the three signs were mixed up and instead read “GPODAWUND.”
— Mike Klauss (@thatmikeklauss) October 30, 2016
The Cavaliers have LeBron James and are the reigning NBA champions. The Cleveland Indians lead the Chicago Cubs by three games to two in the World Series. The Browns are the Browns.