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Browns roasted on Twitter after finishing season winless

The Browns made history on Sunday — well, sort of.

Cleveland gave Pittsburgh all it could muster in Sunday’s game, but a late dropped pass that went right through Corey Coleman’s hands on fourth-and-two killed a potential game-winning drive, and the Browns’ season ended the way it began — with a loss.

The Browns finished the season winless (0-16) for the first time in franchise history, and they became the fifth NFL team since 1944 to do so, joining the 2008 Lions, 1982 Colts, 1976 Buccaneers and 1960 Cowboys in the elusive club.

Cleveland has now lost its last 17 games, and hasn’t won a matchup since Dec. 24, 2016. Furthermore, with head coach Hue Jackson likely to return next season, things don’t appear to be improving anytime soon, given that he’s coached the team to a 1-31 record during his tenure there.

Twitter featured some hilarious reactions to the Browns’ winless season, and here are some of the best ones.

The Browns official Twitter account even joined the party, although their mood was a somber one.

Sorry, Browns fans, but at least things can’t get any worse. All it takes is one win next season to eclipse what the team was able to accomplish in its abysmal 2017 campaign.