NFL Power Rankings: June Edition

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53. <p>This writer bet ten bucks last summer that the Browns would make the playoffs. When they were 7-4 at one point in the regular season, it sure looked like the Browns were going to play in January, but alas, a five-game losing streak to end the year destroyed that dream. Maybe a new wardrobe will push the Browns over the hump in 2015, or maybe it will be Johnny Manziel’s new perspective on being a professional football player. Whatever it is, the Browns shouldn’t slip below the bottom fourth in any power rankings anytime soon, although they don’t deserved to be placed in the top 20 yet.</p> <p>The Patriots signed former Browns defensive end Jabaal Sheard during free agency.</p> <p><span style=. AFC North. 2014: 7-9. Cleveland Browns. 23. player

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