CLEVELAND - As the ever-changing, never-predictable NFL world turns, the Cleveland Browns are enjoying the ride. They're still in fourth place, but they're officially the hottest team in the AFC North.
Smile and laugh at that. The Browns themselves are.
A season lost three weeks ago is now at the very least interesting, and maybe more than that. The Browns have won three straight, dominated the Chiefs the way they should have Sunday, 30-7, and for the first time in a long time not only have momentum, but are playing and carrying themselves like they've been doing this winning thing for a long time.
Their postseason chances are still alive only mathematically, and the organizational future is still uncertain. In the postgame locker room Sunday, though, it was clear that 5-8 never felt better.
"It's huge," quarterback Brandon Weeden said. "I was informed it's been a while."
Three marks the Browns' longest win streak since they won the last four of 2009 to finish 5-11. Their la...