Cleveland Browns Search For Offensive Continuity During NFL Preseason

With a strong defense already in place, the Cleveland Browns will look to the preseason to determine how well newly acquired quarterback Josh McCown can click with the offense. After a disappointing season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that worsened due to injury, the Browns signed McCown when Brian Hoyer went to the Houston Texans for the opportunity to start there.

With Johnny Manziel developing as the No. 2 starter, Cleveland fans are hoping McCown can show better than the 1-10 record he accumulated last season. Without Josh Gordon, who is missing the entire 2015 NFL season due to multiple violations of the NFL’s substance abuse policy, the Browns look to lean on the run game led by emerging tailback Isaiah Crowell.

The first chance fans can see the offensive unit initiate its development is during the preseason slate, which starts tonight against the Washington Redskins. With secondary market information provided by, below are the average and get-in prices for Cleveland Browns tickets for their games leading into the regular season.

8/13/2015 | Cleveland Browns vs. Washington Redskins | FirstEnergy Stadium | Average Price: $34 | Get-in Price: $9

8/20/2015 | Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills | FirstEnergy Stadium | Average Price: $31 | Get-in Price: $2

8/29/2015 | Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Cleveland Browns | Raymond James Stadium | Average Price: $52.41 | Get-in Price: $8

9/3/2015 | Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns | Soldier Field | Average Price: $140.22 | Get-in Price: $22

For out-of-town Browns fans looking to attend preseason action, the two Browns home games are the least expensive secondary market tickets. Cleveland hotel deals can be found on to take advantage of the single-digit get-in price for each game.

Deals on airfare to Tampa can be found on Hipmunk as well to create a Florida vacation with Cleveland Browns football involved. The Browns play the Buccaneers in Week 3 of the preseason, where the starters are scheduled to play the most. The average ticket price is $52.41 with a get-in price of $8 to see the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, Jameis Winston.

The preseason finale is the most expensive Browns preseason game, as they play the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field with an average ticket price of $140.22 and a get-in price of $22. This will be an interesting test for the club before they embark on their regular season.

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