It wasn’t easy. History was nearly snatched from Cleveland’s grasp by Corey Coleman in the waning seconds of the season. But the Browns simply could not be denied. DeShone Kizer exhibited maybe his best pocket presence of the season by shifting around, biding his time and avoiding the sack only to find a wide open Coleman several yards away. Kizer then went on to throw one of the more accurate passes his arm has unleashed, and that’s where things started going Cleveland’s way. Coleman, who had become so accustomed to catching wobbling ducks, was shocked that this pass that hit him directly in the hands causing it to fall incomplete, locking up the miraculous 0-16 campaign that has eluded the Browns for years now. Finally, the 2008 Detroit Lions have company in the 0-16 club. And there’s no better team to join them than the Cleveland Browns.