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Browns owner Jimmy Haslam didnt have to make a long trip to Cleveland on Sunday to watch his Browns. He just had to make the short trip from his Tennessee home to Nashville with the Browns playing the Titans in the state capitol where his brother, Bill,

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam didn't have to make a long trip to Cleveland on Sunday to watch his Browns. He just had to make the short trip from his Tennessee home to Nashville with the Browns playing the Titans in the state capitol where his brother, Bill, is the governor. 

A smart move for an owner whose team is winless in its first five games. The Browns are trying to avoid their first 0-6 start since 1999 when the expansion franchise lost its first seven that season. 

CLEVELAND -- I've been in town for about 48 hours, and already six people have told me about Scott Entsminger. Dozens more have emailed me. You want to know how we feel about the Browns? Scott Entsminger is your answer. That's what everyone tells me.

Scott Entsminger was from Mansfield, about 80 miles southwest of Cleveland, and he worked for General Motors for 32 years before recently retiring. He loved to garden, and to fish, and he played guitar with some friends in a band called the Old Fogies Band. He had a wife, and a teenage son, and three dogs. And he died on July 4 of this year, at the young age of 55.

A lifelong Cleveland Browns fan and season ticket holder, he also wrote a song each year and sent it to the Cleveland Browns as well as offering other advice on how to run the team. He respectfully requests six Cleveland Browns pallbearers so the Browns can let him down one last time.

But the Browns have reached historic levels of bad. Looking at the big picture, the accumulation of worsts and firsts might make adults cry.

ESPN's Football Power Index gives the Chargers a 92 percent chance to win on Sunday. The Browns' best chance to win the rest of the season is the following weekend at home against Green Bay. The Browns' chance to beat the Packers: 36 percent.

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam didn't have to make a long trip to Cleveland on Sunday to watch his Browns. He just had to make the short trip from his Tennessee home to Nashville with the Browns playing the Titans in the state capitol where his brother, Bill, is the governor. 

A smart move for an owner whose team is winless in its first five games. The Browns are trying to avoid their first 0-6 start since 1999 when the expansion franchise lost its first seven that season. 

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam didn't have to make a long trip to Cleveland on Sunday to watch his Browns. He just had to make the short trip from his Tennessee home to Nashville with the Browns playing the Titans in the state capitol where his brother, Bill, is the governor. 

A smart move for an owner whose team is winless in its first five games. The Browns are trying to avoid their first 0-6 start since 1999 when the expansion franchise lost its first seven that season. 

CLEVELAND -- I've been in town for about 48 hours, and already six people have told me about Scott Entsminger. Dozens more have emailed me. You want to know how we feel about the Browns? Scott Entsminger is your answer. That's what everyone tells me.

Scott Entsminger was from Mansfield, about 80 miles southwest of Cleveland, and he worked for General Motors for 32 years before recently retiring. He loved to garden, and to fish, and he played guitar with some friends in a band called the Old Fogies Band. He had a wife, and a teenage son, and three dogs. And he died on July 4 of this year, at the young age of 55.

A lifelong Cleveland Browns fan and season ticket holder, he also wrote a song each year and sent it to the Cleveland Browns as well as offering other advice on how to run the team. He respectfully requests six Cleveland Browns pallbearers so the Browns can let him down one last time.

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