Get ready, Cleveland: The Browns "Perfect Season" parade could be returning.

Cleveland sports Twitter legend McNeil (@reflog_18) revealed today he had officially filed the city paperwork for the "Cleveland Browns Perfect Season Parade 2.0." Should the Browns finish 0-16, disheartened fans are planning to march around FirstEnergy Stadium to "celebrate" the infamous achievement.

McNeil had planned a similar event last season, and the Browns nearly did their part by starting 0-14. However, following a 20-17 upset win over the San Diego Chargers on Christmas Eve, the parade was cancelled, and all proceeds were instead donated to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. The same thing will happen this year should the 0-9 Browns pull out a victory.

The parade has already been up as an event on Facebook since last month, with a scheduled date for Jan. 6 at noon. McNeil has now expanded, establishing a website and a GoFundMe page.

Web: https://t.co/ZsX98PDqaM

Facebook: https://t.co/VpUZm6H6Jl

GoFundMe: https://t.co/5z8AwyM8EL

(All proceeds go to the @CleFoodBank if the @Browns win) pic.twitter.com/PJI6wsxVch

— McNeil (@Reflog_18) November 15, 2017

The Browns' next chance to cancel the parade will come this Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.