CLEVELAND, OH — After the dust settled on the last regular season game on Sunday, the 2020 schedule for the Cleveland Browns became clearer. The Browns finished with a 6-10 record and ultimately fired head coach Freddie Kitchens on Sunday.
With the 6-10 finish, the Browns finished in third place in the AFC North and will play the same-place teams in the AFC West (Las Vegas Raiders) and AFC East (New York Jets). To go along with the six division games in the AFC North next season, the Browns will play the entire NFC East and AFC South.
At home, the Browns will play host to the Bengals, Ravens, Steelers, Colts, Texans, Eagles, Redskins (hello Chase Young) and Raiders.
The Browns will travel to play the Bengals, Ravens, Steelers, Cowboys, Giants, Jaguars, Titans and Jets.
The furthest the Browns will travel will be Dallas, maybe in a possible Thanksgiving match-up? The team will also make two trips to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford to play the Giants and Jets. Like the Browns, the Redskins, Cowboys, Giants and Jaguars will presumably have first-year head coaches.