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Cleveland Browns fans will celebrate their "perfect season" with a parade around FirstEnergy Stadium thanks to event organizer Chris McNeil.
"It's going to go around the stadium [to form] a big loop, a big zero for the number of wins we had this year," McNeil said to NBC 4 in Cleveland of the Browns' 0-16 season.
McNeil managed to raise $10,000 to provide resources for the occasion. A large chunk, $7,683, came from Excedrin, which manufactures headache medicine, something Browns fans likely needed during a winless season.
Somehow Cleveland locals have turned a historically terrible year into something worth celebrating in frigid temperatures that could drop to zero degrees Saturday.