The Cleveland BrownsSunday night’s playoff celebrations centered on Pittsburgh Steelers JuJu Smith-Schuster, who was sparked by his infamous “The Browns is the Browns” remark earlier this week, but the broad recipient of a fourth year seems to be sticking to those comments even after losing 48-37.
After leading Cleveland to his first division-level match since 1995, Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield They stormed back into the locker room, shouting “Brown is brown.”
Smith Shuster He was chosen by Brown after he made himself a first goal in the Wild Card Tour when he told reporters that he wasn’t worried about playing Cleveland.
He said at the time, “I think they are still the same Brown teams that I play every year.” “I think they are gray faces without names. They have two good players on their team, but at the end of the day, I don’t know. Brown is brown.”
After being proven wrong Sunday night, Smith Shuster did not retract his notes, instead saying Brown had a good match.
“I have no regrets for saying what I said,” he said during his press conference after the match. “I said,” Brown is brown. “They went out and played a game of hell.”
Smith Schuster continued: “There were matches where you lose some, win some, and today it was not our night.” “Hopefully, the same Brown will show up against the next opponent, and they go out there and do the same thing they did tonight and have a Hell match.”
Although it may not be the most graceful concession speech, Brown is happily moving to the AFC division round, where they will travel to face the Super Bowl champion, the Kansas City Chiefs, on Sunday at 3:05 PM ET.