Browns fans threw themselves a parade to celebrate their 0-16 season

Browns fans threw themselves a parade to celebrate their 0-16 season

AP Photo/Tony Dejak

On Saturday Cleveland Browns fans held a parade to celebrate their 2017 season.

It was far from an ideal year for the Browns — in fact, it was as bad a season can go in the NFL, with Cleveland failing to win a single game in the 2017 campaign, finishing the year 0-16 and falling to a record of 1-31 over the past two years.

Over a decade removed from a winning season, you might think they had little to celebrate, and you’d be right. But the parade wasn’t simply a tribute to a season to ineptitude — for some fans, it was a chance at catharsis after a year without the sweet relief of a win. And in the process, Browns fans raised over $17,000 for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, a donation that will provide over 70,000 meals to those in need.

Take a look below to see some of the best signs and photos of the parade, and if you can find it in your heart, send some positive vibes to any struggling Cleveland fans you may have in your life.

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