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Browns hold Playoff Drive Thru Rally as team departs to face Kansas City Chiefs

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Posted at 12:04 PM, Jan 16, 2021

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns hosted a Playoff Drive Thru Rally Saturday to celebrate an unforgettable season—one they hope continues into next week and beyond.

The Browns are playing in their first divisional playoff game in 26 years, facing the Kansas City Chiefs, and while the game is on the road, Browns fans gathered to send their team off with spirit during the drive-thru rally.

On Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., fans drove their vehicles down Alfred Lerner Way outside FirstEnergy Stadium, showing off their team spirit, while collecting a free commemorative, limited-edition playoff poster at the end of the route.

Browns alumni, as well as mascots Chomps and Brownie and DJ Kyro, were at the stadium, greeting fans as they made their way through the drive-thru experience.

“I tell you what, I’ve been waiting my whole life for this," one fan said. “It’s playoff football! We’re back baby! Yeah!”

As fans lined up in their cars—dressed in their favorite Browns gear,—they all wanted to send the team off with well wishes as they prepare to root them on, ready for Cleveland to go all the way.

“If they bring it home, we’re going to the Super Bowl! Woo Woo Woo!”

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