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On the Go! Let's talk Browns: How the team is looking and their chances against the Pittsburgh Steelers

Danielle Wiggins, Dave Chudowsky, Austin Love & Hollie Strano give fan reaction and perspective on Sunday’s game against the Colts and look ahead to the Steelers.

CLEVELAND — The Browns start the season 4-1 for the first time since 1994! 

It’s Victory Monday and in today’s edition of the On the Go post show, Danielle Wiggins, Dave Chudowsky, Austin Love and Hollie Strano give fan reaction and perspective on Sunday’s game. Plus, Dave dives into the difference between the atmosphere around the 94 team and the 2020 squad.

Speaking of the 94 Browns, the team was 11-5 during the regular season.  They went on to beat the New England Patriots in a Wild Card game but lost to Pittsburgh 29-9 in the Divisional Round. 

Bill Belichick was head coach and Nick Saban was defensive coordinator at the time.  Both have since gone on to become powerhouse coaches in the NFL and collegiate football … Belichick with the New England Patriots and Saban leading the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The Go! team also breaks down what the team needs to do be competitive against the 4-0 Steelers this Sunday.  It’s a road trip and Pittsburgh is favored to win by 4.5 points.

Feel free to continue to chime in with your thoughts on the Browns and the road ahead on WKYC’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.  We love hearing from you.

Watch the full post show for Monday, October 12 in the player below.

Remember, we host "On the GO!" -- our special morning aftershow -- live each weekday morning at 7:05 a.m. on Facebook and YouTube. So grab a cup of coffee and join us in the conversation! We can't wait to chat with you!

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