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Without further ado, here is the schedule that the Cleveland Browns will face in the 2012 season:
September 9: vs. Philadelphia Eagles
September 16: at Cincinnati Bengals
September 23: Buffalo Bills
September 27: at Baltimore Ravens
October 7: at New York Giants
October 14: vs. Cincinnati Bengals
October 21: at Indianapolis Colts
October 28: vs. San Diego Chargers
November 4: vs. Baltimore Ravens
November 11: Bye Week
November 18: at Dallas Cowboys
November 25: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
December 2: at Oakland Raiders
December 9: vs. Kansas City Chiefs
December 16: vs. Washington Redskins
December 23: at Denver Broncos
December 30: at Pittsburgh Steelers
Needless to say, this is clearly not a schedule friendly to a team who is struggling to adjust to a new offensive scheme and to develop young talent. Unlike last season, when the Browns had several games against the weaker teams in the NFL, the Browns only have three games in which they can be viewed as having a serious chance t...
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