1995 Divisonal Playoffs Cleveland Browns Program
The Cleveland Browns 1994 regular season record was 11-5 under coach Bill Belichik. Nick Saban was also the defensive coordinator and Steve Crosby was the offensive cooridinator. After a Wild Card game win over the New England Patriots their next opponent was their division rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Cleveland Browns Played the Steelers in week 16 in Pittsburgh and lost. This divisional playoff game was played on January 7, 1995 in Pittsburgh on a 32 degree day. Neil O’Donnell was the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Vinny Testaverde was the quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. The Cleveland Browns were no match for the Pittsburgh Steelers and were eliminated from the playoffs. The game ended 29-9. This game would also be the last game the Cleveland Browns have played until they return in 1999 with Tim Couch as their quarterback. Art Modell has moved the team to Baltimore, Maryland and would become the Baltimore Ravens.
How Collectible is the 1995 Divisional Cleveland Browns Program?
This program is highly collectible because this is a playoff program and the Cleveland Browns have appeared in the playoffs for 14 times. This program is coveted by Cleveland Browns fans and Pittsburgh Steeler fans. Pittsburgh Steelers would find this divisional program more desirable than Cleveland Browns fans since Steelers won the game.