Super Bowl LI—that's 51, for those not fluent in Roman numerals—will be held Feb. 5th, 2017 in Houston, Texas at NRG Stadium. Cleveland Browns fans may be wise to book their tickets today.
It's been awhile since the Browns had an electric QB–WR tandem akin to Derek Anderson and Braylon Edwards, but it looks like the wait will be over come Sunday, Sept. 11th when the Browns head to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles. Though June, July, and August lay between now and September, that only means more practice time for the Browns' newest electric offensive duo: QB Robert Griffin III and WR Terrelle Pryor.
Both came to Cleveland as a last stop to salvage professional football careers. Griffin got claimed off the scrapheap in Washington, while Pryor switched positions before getting cut and resigned by the Browns earlier this year.
There is no defense in this video, taken by Scout's Hayden Grove, which means there won't be much of a difference in play when these two link up this season.
"Lit" doesn't even come close to describing what will be the first Super Bowl victor's parade in Cleveland, Ohio. Expect Hue Jackson to be the first head coach–state governor in American history by this time next year.