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The Cleveland Browns won their first playoff game since the 1994 season when they upset the Steelers 48-37 on Jan. 10 in the wild-card game. Browns fans have endured years of suffering and they finally had something to be proud of with their beloved Browns.
They also had some fun with JuJu Smith-Schuster's infamous "The Browns is the Browns" remark he made in the week leading up to the wild-card game against the Browns. There were T-shirts and hoodies made with Smith-Schuster's comment and several billboards across the state of Ohio with Smith-Schuster's remark.
Fast forward to Feb. 1 and Super Bowl week, Smith-Schuster was on The Doug Gottlieb Show and talked about several topics. The topic of Smith-Schuster's "The Browns is the Browns" comment was even brought up.
"I said what I said. I'm not gonna change it back," Smith-Schuster said. "They've got a billboard now in Cleveland just because of me. I should've trademarked it then, could've got some money off of it."
With the Browns winning their first playoff game in 26 years, I wonder if those billboards are still up in Ohio? It wouldn't be surprising if so. Smith-Schuster might still have time to trademark it and make some money off of it.