With the 2016 season ending for the Cleveland Browns, its now time to look forward to 2017. Though full schedules have yet to be released, we now know who the Browns will be playing home and away next season.
Outside of the normal divisional lineup, the Browns will be matching up with teams from the AFC South, and NFC North. The biggest game on the home slate is a game against the Green Bay Packers, along with games against the Jaguars, Titans, and Jets. The Browns will also be considered the home team against the Minnesota Vikings, though that game will be played in London, England.
The away schedule looks to be just a little bit easier, with matchups against the Texans, Colts, Bears, Lions, and Chargers.
Though the 2017 season is still very far away, it looks like the Browns will have plenty of winnable games next season. Any advantage will help, as the Browns and head coach Hue Jackson try to improve from an underwhelming 1-15 season.