1987 Cleveland Browns season

1987 Cleveland Browns Season

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The 1987 Cleveland Browns season was the team's 38th season in the National Football League.

Led by another 3,000-yard season by Bernie Kosar, the Browns captured their third straight AFC Central crown. In the divisional playoffs, against the Indianapolis Colts at Municipal Stadium, the Browns have no problem advancing to their 2nd straight AFC Championship Game as they rout the Colts 38-21. For the 2nd year in a row the Browns are matched up against the Denver Broncos for a trip to Super Bowl XXII. The Browns would fall behind early at Mile High Stadium, as the Broncos roared out to a big halftime lead. However, the Browns roar back scoring 30 points in the 2nd half, and driving for the game tying TD in the final 2 minutes. However, the Browns dreams would come up just a few yards short as RB Earnest Byner fumbles at the goal line (the play would simply be call The Fumble) Jeremiah Castille recovered, Denver ran down the clock taking an intentional safety with 8 seconds left as the Browns fall 38-33. Denver would return to the Super Bowl for a second straight year at the expense of the Browns.

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Schedule

Regular season



Playoffs



Standings



AFC Championship Game

  • Denver Broncos 38, Cleveland Browns 33


at Mile High Stadium, Denver, Colorado

  • Game attendance: 75,993


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