December 16, 1979- The Cleveland Browns finished the year with a 9-7 record. Quarterback Brian Sipe did all he could to try to bring the team to a greater amount of wins but the team was plagued by injuries all year. The 1979 season had disappointment and excitement, as 10 of 16 games were decided by 5 points or less . The Kardiac Kids were born!

September 7, 1980- The Cleveland Browns looked to build on a successful campaign and make it even better. Brian Sipe passed for 233 yards and 2 touchdowns but fell short to the New England Patriots. Browns 17-Patriots 34. The Browns had no idea what was in store for them.

The next four games were closer, each game was decided by 7 points or less. The Browns record: 2-3.

October 12, 1980- The Browns faced the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks were a struggling team, trying to find their identity and so were the Browns. The Browns needed a key victory and a key victory they got. Brian Sipe passed for 201 yards and a touchdown to lead the Browns to victory. Mike Pruitt led the running attack with 116 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Browns handled the Seahawks with a 27-3 victory.

October 12, 2014- The Browns may have found their identity as the Kardiac Kids II! The Browns were one of 4 teams in NFL history to have each of their first 4 games decided by 3 points or less. Just like in 1980, the Browns needed a key victory. The Browns faced the Steelers, and they were led by the 2014 Brian, Brian Hoyer. Brian Hoyer passed for 217 yards and 1 touchdown. The Browns stayed in control for all of the game. The Browns beat the Steelers 31-10 to show the NFL they were relevant once again.

The 1980 team made it to the playoffs by close wins and with a guy named Brian. The 2014 Browns are playing exactly the same way, hopefully the Browns will change one thing. They will win the Super Bowl!


Hi, I’m Liam Keating, 16 year old from Omaha, Nebraska. I was born in Columbus, Ohio and lived there for 7 years. I have and always will stick to my roots for Cleveland Sports. I would love to write articles or broadcast sports as an occupation down the road, hopefully, for the Browns, Indians or Cavs!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

WP Twitter Auto Publish Powered By :