On the hunt for a postseason berth, the Cleveland Browns will be guided by Rob Chudzinski, who is making his debut as an NFL head coach for the 2013 season. His game plan for the year will likely revolve around All-American running back Trent Richardson, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2012 draft from Alabama, who will continue to be a leader for the Browns offense after setting several rookie records in his debut season. The 2013 Browns schedule is laced with fierce rivalries sure to have FirstEnergy Stadium jam-packed with fans, as season highlights include matchups against the Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens, and the Pittsburgh Steelers in what’s considered the oldest rivalry in the AFC. Begin shopping today by browsing our inventory of Browns tickets to reserve a spot in the end zone or on the sidelines with a slew of fellow fans ready to cheer the squad on to victory.
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New Coach Chudzinski to Lead Young Browns in 2013
Having engineered one of the all-time great offensive turnarounds in league history in 2011, when he turned a bottom-dwelling Carolina Panthers offense into a top-10 unit in overall offense and points scored, Rob Chudzinski is prepared to take on any challenge. A challenge is exactly what he signed up for when he took the head coaching gig of the Cleveland Browns, a team that competes in one of the most difficult divisions in the NFL. The AFC North is packed with perennial playoff performers in the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals, and of course, the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. But things seem to be trending upward for the Browns, who return a strong core of players at the offensive skill positions, and possess the sixth pick in the upcoming 2013 NFL Draft , with which they could potentially add another centerpiece to their already talented young nucleus. With offensive guru Rob Chudzinski now at the helm, there is no limit to how rapidly this team can improve.
The Browns 2013 schedule gives the team a chance to immediately showcase its new offensive game plan for fans in Cleveland as they host the Miami Dolphins in the season opener on Sept. 8. The first home divisional matchup of the season comes when A.J. Green and the Cincinnati Bengals visit FirstEnergy Stadium on Sept. 29. Something will have to give in the team’s home finale on Dec. 15, when Trent Richardson, the Browns’ punishing runner who scored an impressive 11 touchdowns last year, will look to plow his way into the end zone against a Chicago Bears defense that let up only six scores on the ground a year ago. For your chance to see the team’s explosive new offense under Rob Chudzinski, purchase Browns tickets from Vivid Seats today.
Bright Spots on Offense and Defense Highlight 2012 Browns
Despite the bumpy start to the 2012 season, there have been some bright spots amongst the Cleveland Browns contingent. On the defensive end, first-year linebacker Craig Robertson is already proving his worth, as he finished his first full month in the NFL tied for the AFC lead with two interceptions, while defensive back T.J. Ward leads the team with 27 tackles, including 22 solo. On offense, Brandon Weeden has taken every snap at quarterback and has gone 90-for-167 to total 997 yards and three touchdowns; while rookie running back Trent Richardson has been huge all-around, leading the team with 64 carries for 222 yards and 15 receptions for 122 yards and four touchdowns total.
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