CLEVELAND - "Finally, finally," said one Browns fan of the Browns 37-24 win over the Buffalo Bills Thursday night.
The Cleveland Browns now have more wins than losses for the first time in six years. Right now, they are in first place in the AFC North.
"Yeah, go Browns," a small crowd chanted as they were leaving First Energy Stadium late Thursday.
"[I’m a] season ticket holder, been here every game and 15 years prior, this is great," said John McDonald.
"Aw it's incredible,” said fan John Mack. “I hope it keeps going."
The players were just as excited but focused on what's next.
"With a lot of games to go we have a lot of things we can still prove and we just got to continue playing good team football like we did today,” said Browns offensive tackle Joe Thomas.
"We got to take it a game at a time,” said Joe Haden, Brown’s cornerback. “Our approach is doing so well and they're just hungry."
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