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Browns fans’ confidence inches up to 32% with three games to go

With three games to go, how will the fan confidence meter finish?

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This week’s FanPulse voting results are in, heading into Week 15 of the NFL season. If you haven’t signed up to vote each week, you can still do so here.

The Browns confidence raised 4 percentage points from 28% to 32% between Weeks 14 and 15. That improvement was after a victory over the Cincinnati Bengals; but unfortunately, not many teams ahead of Cleveland in the wildcard race ended up losing. It boils down to this for the final three games: the confidence meter is going to sway with the wins and losses.

There were two national polls. The first one asked which team will land the No. 1 overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft. The Bengals have the edge in that category with about 86% of the vote.

The next question asked which player will be the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. With most people thinking the pick will go to Cincinnati, it makes sense that they take a quarterback, specifically Joe Burrow of LSU.

The last national question asked who will win the NFC East. Note: this question was asked prior to the Cowboys losing on Thursday Night Football. No matter what, though, they are still guaranteed to be leading the NFC East heading into Week 15, and have not lost in the division yet. They are still the favorites to win the division in my opinion.