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2002 Cleveland Browns season

2002 Cleveland Browns season
Head coach Butch Davis
Owner Alfred Lerner (Until October 2, 2002)Randolph Lerner (Took position October 2, 2002)
Home field Cleveland Browns Stadium
Local radio WMMS · WTAM
Results
Record 9–7
Division place 2nd AFC North
Playoff finish Lost AFC Wild Card Playoffs
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
2001      2003

The 2002 Cleveland Browns season was the team's 50th season with the National Football League.

The Browns made the playoffs for the first time since their inaugural season as an expansion franchise. It was only the Browns' fourth year since the expansion, and their first winning season. It would also prove to be the only time that the team made the NFL playoffs in the 2000s (decade). It marks the last time that the Browns have qualified for the postseason.[1]

2002 NFL Draft

Draft order Player name Position College
Round Pick
1 16 William Green Running back Boston College
2 47 André Davis Wide Receiver Virginia Tech
3 76 Melvin Fowler Offensive Lineman Maryland
4 101 Kevin Bentley Linebacker Northwestern
4 111 Ben Taylor Linebacker Virginia Tech
4 122 Darnell Sanders Tight end Ohio State
5 141 Andra Davis Linebacker Florida
7 227 Joaquin Gonzalez Offensive Lineman Miami

Schedule

Regular season

Week Date Opponent Result Stadium Record Attendance
1 September 8 Kansas City Chiefs L 40–39 Cleveland Browns Stadium 0–1 72,938
2 September 15 Cincinnati Bengals W 20–7 Cleveland Browns Stadium 1–1 73,358
3 September 22 at Tennessee Titans W 31–28 (OT) Adelphia Coliseum 2–1 68,804
4 September 29 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 16–13 Heinz Field 2–2 62,864
5 October 6 Baltimore Ravens L 26–21 Cleveland Browns Stadium 2–3 73,688
6 October 13 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 17–3 Raymond James Stadium 2–4 65,625
7 October 20 Houston Texans W 34–17 Cleveland Browns Stadium 3–4 73,248
8 October 27 at New York Jets W 24–21 The Meadowlands 4–4 78,502
9 November 3 Pittsburgh Steelers L 23–20 Cleveland Browns Stadium 4–5 73,718
10 Bye
11 November 17 at Cincinnati Bengals W 27–20 Paul Brown Stadium 5–5 64,060
12 November 24 at New Orleans Saints W 24–15 Louisiana Superdome 6–5 68,295
13 December 1 Carolina Panthers L 13–6 Cleveland Browns Stadium 6–6 72,718
14 December 8 at Jacksonville Jaguars W 21–20 ALLTEL Stadium 7–6 46,267
15 December 15 Indianapolis Colts L 28–23 Cleveland Browns Stadium 7–7 73,098
16 December 22 at Baltimore Ravens W 14–13 M&T Bank Stadium 8–7 68,348
17 December 29 Atlanta Falcons W 24–16 Cleveland Browns Stadium 9–7 73,528

Playoffs

Game Date Opponent Result Stadium Record Attendance
AFC Wild Card January 5 Pittsburgh Steelers L 36–33 Heinz Field 9–8 62,595

Standings

AFC North
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
z (3) Pittsburgh Steelers 10 5 1 .656 6–0 8–4 390 345 W3
y (6) Cleveland Browns 9 7 0 .563 3–3 7–5 344 320 W2
Baltimore Ravens 7 9 0 .438 3–3 7–5 316 354 L2
Cincinnati Bengals 2 14 0 .125 0–6 1–11 279 456 L1

References

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