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1984 Cleveland Browns season
Head Coach Sam Rutigliano
Marty Schottenheimer (interim)
Home Field Cleveland Municipal Stadium
Results
Record 5–11–0
Place 3rd AFC Central
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Uniform
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The 1984 Cleveland Browns season was the team's 35th season with the National Football League. At the season's mid-way point, head coach Sam Rutigliano was fired after starting 1-7. He was replaced by defensive coordinator Marty Schottenheimer, who went 4-4 to finish the season. (Schottenheimer would coach the Browns until 1988, guiding the Browns to a .620 winning percentage in his tenure with the team.)

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 3, 1984 at Seattle Seahawks L 33–0
59,540
2 September 9, 1984 at Los Angeles Rams L 20–17
43,043
3 September 16, 1984 Denver Broncos L 24–14
61,980
4 September 23, 1984 Pittsburgh Steelers W 20–10
77,312
5 September 30, 1984 at Kansas City Chiefs L 10–6
40,785
6 October 7, 1984 New England Patriots L 17–16
53,036
7 October 14, 1984 New York Jets L 24–20
55,673
8 October 21, 1984 at Cincinnati Bengals L 12–9
50,667
9 October 28, 1984 New Orleans Saints L 16–14
52,489
10 November 4, 1984 at Buffalo Bills W 13–10
33,343
11 November 11, 1984 San Francisco 49ers L 41–7
60,092
12 November 18, 1984 at Atlanta Falcons W 23–7
28,280
13 November 25, 1984 Houston Oilers W 27–10
46,077
14 December 2, 1984 Cincinnati Bengals L 20–17
51,774
15 December 9, 1984 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 23–20
55,825
16 December 16, 1984 at Houston Oilers W 27–20
33,676

StandingsEdit

AFC Central
W L T PCT PF PA STK
Pittsburgh Steelers 9 7 0 .563 387 310 W-2
Cincinnati Bengals 8 8 0 .500 339 339 W-4
Cleveland Browns 5 11 0 .313 250 297 W-1
Houston Oilers 3 13 0 .188 240 437 L-2

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