The Browns, who wound up facing one of the league’s toughest schedules in 2018, will take on teams from the AFC East and NFC West in 2019.
On top of its usual games against AFC North rivals Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Baltimore, Cleveland is set to host the Bills and Dolphins from the AFC East, the Seahawks and the Rams from the NFC West and the Titans from the AFC South. The Browns were paired up with the Titans because both teams finished in third place.
Cleveland will hit the road for games against the Patriots and Jets from the AFC East, Cardinals and 49ers from the NFC West and the third-place Broncos from the AFC West.
All told, the Browns will face four teams that made the 2018 playoffs.
The full details of the Browns’ 2019 schedule will be released in mid-April.