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Cleveland Browns Themes & New Tab Is A Cool Extension With 4K Wallpapers,And More Amazing Features.

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Description from store True Superfan Of Cleveland Browns ?? Enjoy My Cool Backgrounds. After app installation every time you will open a new tab you will see this app Cleveland Browns' new tabs new tab. Cleveland Browns wallpapers gallery to your chrome and chrome os new tab. After the installation of the extension, you'll have a new Cleveland Browns every time. Our goal is to bring excellent new tabs to people all over the world. Bring your screen new tab to life delivered by our team to you. Each new tab is a real masterpiece - install it to find out more! Cleveland Browns Frise tabs features: pick your favorite wallpaper from some available high definition call ghosts wallpapers, or get a new theme on each tab. New images & wallpapers are added seamlessly. All pictures are HD & responsive. Support any screen resolution, including (and not limited to) large screens: full HD 1080p - 1080x1920px and ultra HD 4k - 3840x2160px. You��'ll never be disappointed with an extension designed by users for users. Quick & effortless accessibility to your most visited web sites like Google, Facebook, Tumblr Pinterest, and many more. If you want you can even customize your very own easy access sites. If you wish to remove this app, it's not a problem. Click on your application icon, look for the app, and remove it. Look no further for the perfect place to view your favorite theft Cleveland Brown's tabs. Our Cleveland Browns application is undoubtedly awesome you'll find! Enjoying this application? Please rate it. The Cleveland Browns are a professional American football team based in Cleveland. Named after the original coach and co-founder Paul Brown, they compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the American Football Conference (AFC) North division. Cleveland Browns have performed generally in recent seasons. The Browns opened their 2016 regular season with a road game against the Philadelphia Eagles and rookie quarterback Carson Wentz, whom the Browns had passed up in the 2016 draft. In the 4th week, The Browns came to Washington for a matchup against the Redskins. The Browns had a 20–17 lead going into the fourth quarter but the offense once again stalled with a Josh Norman interception and two touchdowns by the Redskins' offense would win the game for the Redskins. With the loss, the Browns started their season 0–4 for the first time since 2012. Wins by the Jaguars, Bears, and Saints would make the Browns the only team in the NFL without a victory through Week 4. Next,The Browns hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers, who were coming off a loss against the Cowboys. The Steelers defeated the Browns 24–9, dropping the Browns to 0–11. With the loss, the Browns were mathematically eliminated from postseason contention for the 14th consecutive season. For the second consecutive season, they were the first NFL team to be mathematically eliminated from contention. The Browns have now gone 24 consecutive seasons without winning a division title, extending the longest active streak in the NFL. They also extended their current franchise record for most consecutive games lost to 14 games. The team is also the first team to start 0–11 since the 2011 Indianapolis Colts. The Browns took on the Giants who were on a five-game winning streak and were coming off their 22–16 win over the Bears, but the Browns suffered their 12th straight loss this season due to three touchdown passes by Eli Manning to Odell Beckham Jr. and a fumble return by Jason Pierre-Paul for a touchdown. With the loss, the Browns went into their bye week at 0–12. They would be the first team to start with such a record since the 2011 Colts. The Browns headed to Buffalo to try to collect their first win of the season, but the Bills routed the Browns 33–13. With the loss, the Browns fell to 0–14 and became the first team to lose 17 consecutive regular-season games since the St. Louis Rams in the 2008 and 2009 seasons. The Browns also became the fourth team to start a season 0–14, joining the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1980 New Orleans Saints, and the 2008 Detroit Lions. The Browns also tied their franchise record for total losses in a single season. The Browns also became the first team since the 2013 Houston Texans to have 14 straight losses in a single season. In their final home game of the year, the Browns hosted the San Diego Chargers on Christmas Eve afternoon, looking to get their first win. The contest was competitive throughout the afternoon. The Chargers had a game-tying field goal attempt blocked by Jamie Meder with just under 4 minutes to go in the fourth quarter. After the Browns punted, the Chargers drove down the field and reached the Browns’ 27-yard line in the final seconds. However, the Chargers had no timeouts remaining and had to rush the field goal unit out in the final seconds. Kicker Josh Lambo missed the potential game-tying field goal as time expired, allowing the Browns to pick up their first win of the season. The 2017 season was the Cleveland Browns' 65th in the National Football League, their 69th overall, their second under head coach Hue Jackson and their second and final season under general manager Sashi Brown. The Browns lost all their regular-season games and continued a losing streak that started in the final game of the previous season. They became the second team in NFL history to go 0–16, joining the 2008 Detroit Lions. In going 0–16, the Browns became the first franchise in NFL history to have multiple seasons with 15 or more losses. They were eliminated from the AFC North title contention in Week 11, extending an active NFL record drought of 25 consecutive seasons without a division title and would subsequently be eliminated from playoff contention the next week, extending their franchise-record playoff drought to 15 consecutive seasons. With the Buffalo Bills qualifying for the postseason for the first time since 1999, the Browns had the longest postseason drought in the NFL and the second-longest in the four major American sports leagues, only behind the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball. The season saw the Browns play in London for the first time in franchise history, where they lost to the Minnesota Vikings 33–16 on October 29. The 2018 season was the Cleveland Browns' 66th season in the National Football League (NFL), and enter the postseason for the first time since 2002. On September 9, the Browns opened their season against the Pittsburgh Steelers with a 21–21 tie. This was the Browns' first tie since 1989, and it ended a 17-game losing streak which dated back to the 2016 season. On September 20, the Browns defeated the New York Jets 21–17, ending a 19-game winless streak. Rookie starting quarterback Baker Mayfield threw 27 touchdown passes, breaking the record for the most touchdown passes thrown by a rookie quarterback. The previous record of 26 was shared by Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson. The Browns kicked off the 2019 season in a home game with the Tennessee Giants this season. The Browns traveled to New York for a Monday Night Football matchup against the Jets, marking the Browns' first MNF appearance since 2015. The Browns opened the scoring with a pair of Austin Seibert field goals—the first of his career—in the first quarter to take a 6–0 lead. After the Browns added a Nick Chubb touchdown run, the teams traded field goals late in the second quarter to give the Browns a 16–3 halftime lead. The only score of the second half was an 89-yard touchdown pass from Baker Mayfield to Odell Beckham Jr. to give the Browns a 23–3 win. With the win, the Browns improved to 1–1. Punter Jamie Gillan was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week. In the fourth week of the game against the Ravens, The Browns opened the scoring in the first quarter with a Baker Mayfield touchdown pass to Ricky Seals-Jones. However, the Ravens responded with a Lamar Jackson touchdown pass to Miles Boykin to tie the game at 7–7. An Austin Seibert field goal gave the Browns a 10–7 lead at halftime. In the second half, Nick Chubb led the Browns, scoring a career-high three touchdowns and rushing for 128 of his 165 yards on the day, including an 88-yard touchdown run to extend the Browns' lead just two plays after the Ravens had cut the score to 24–18. A Dontrell Hilliard touchdown run extended the Browns' lead to 40–18. The Ravens added a garbage-time touchdown to make the final score 40–25. Next, the Browns traveled to New England for a Week 8 contest against the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, who entered this game 7–0. The Patriots raced to a 17–0 first-quarter lead, aided by two Nick Chubb fumbles and a Baker Mayfield interception on three consecutive offensive snaps for the Browns. Chubb's first fumble was returned by Don't' a Hightower for a 26–yard touchdown, while the Patriots' second touchdown came on a Tom Brady pass to Julian Edelman. Browns got on the board in the second quarter with a Mayfield touchdown pass to Demetrius Harris, to make the score 17–7 at halftime. In the third quarter, the Browns closed New England's lead to 17–10 with an Austin Seibert 38-yard field goal, but the Patriots responded with another Brady touchdown pass to Edelman on their next drive to extend their lead to 24–10. The teams traded field goals in the fourth quarter for a 27–13 Patriots win. With two defeats against Arizona Cardinals and Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland BrownsRegretfully ended the season.


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