The best Cleveland Browns players to invite to Thanksgiving dinner

If you had the chance to invite the Cleveland Browns to Thanksgiving dinner, who would you want to bring to the big feast? Here are three Browns I’ll call them!

The Cleveland Browns are having another disappointing campaign thus far, but we have Thanksgiving to look forward to, and I’m starting to wonder which Browns I’d love to invite to dinner this holiday.

Obviously, most of us look forward to eating a lot, hanging out with family, and watching football on Thanksgiving. Getting this chance to do that and have a few of your favorite team members all day long would definitely be a lot of fun.

However, I have a lot of questions for these people. I don’t want to stress them out too much today, but it will be fun to learn more about what they think about their team’s season and where things are headed. So, who would I invite more? Let’s take a look now.

No. 1: Jacoby Brissett

I would first like to invite Jacoby Brissett to dinner because I would like to thank him for everything he has done for this team’s offense this season. Despite the overall record, Brissett’s poise and leadership made this offense one of the best teams in the league and kept them for most matches.

He’s always come across as a really humble guy and this season he’s been received very well by his teammates and coaches. He was given a tough task coming into the season as long-term replacement to Dishan Watson and yet he handled every moment well. While there have been issues with other aspects of the team, we all need to give Brissett an enormous amount of gratitude.

No. 2: Nick Chubb

My second guest has to be Nick Chubb because he’s my favorite player. Maybe it’s yours too. I mean, who doesn’t think Chubb is one of the best players who exemplifies what the Cleveland Browns should be? He was always working to improve his team and get wins. That wasn’t the case this year, but we certainly want to say our gratitude for what he’s done to keep this team afloat on so many Sundays in the past.

I’d love to know more about how Chubb came to be a fan of Batman as he often depicts his actions or challenges in the future through his renditions of the comic book superhero. My family is very talkative when we get together at the holidays and I know Chip comes off as a relatively quiet guy but I’m sure my family will get a few words out of him. Regardless, it would be great to have him join our family. Brown gave it his all and we should all be thankful for watching one of the best players ever on Sunday.

No. 3: Kevin Stefanski

The temptation to try to pick a coach’s mind will be present in this day when we must look back on our lives and share what we are grateful for. I’m thankful the Browns kept a coach for the third season. This organization has gone through many coaches over the past 20 years. I’m also thankful that Stefanski helped guide his team to the playoffs and win the game there over the rival Pittsburgh Steelers again in 2020.

Now, Stefanski’s team is struggling, and it’s been going through a rough patch. He usually says all the right things to the press and takes the majority of the blame when his team loses.

Having a third-year head coach on Thanksgiving gives me an opportunity to thank him for the stability he’s brought despite some persistent internal issues with the team. Stefanski has done a good job of keeping problems with his players and coaches at bay. There are no leaks coming out of the franchise headquarters.

As a coach over the years, I’d love to know more about what makes Stefanski so excited to be back out there on Sunday. With all the negativity the team and coaches receive, especially when losing the way it is, it must be hard on him as a captain.

It would undoubtedly be a pleasure for any of these browns or any of the others to come over to the Thanksgiving feast. We hope you all have a great Thanksgiving with your family and friends. Enjoy the food, the festivities and watch a little football too.

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