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The 2020 Cleveland Browns schedule will be released in a televised event on Thursday night, and while we already know who the Browns will go up against and where, we don’t know in what order, or what may or may not be on prime time.Here are the teams the Browns will play:Home: Bengals, Ravens, Steelers, Colts, Texans, Redskins, Eagles, RaidersAway: Bengals, Ravens, Steelers, Jaguars, Titans, Cowboys, Giants, JeToday we give a reminder of the teams that we will see the Browns in the 2020 season, and we give our guess in what order we will see them in.(A quick sidebar – we are moving forward with this schedule as if the season will start and play out on time, with no issues due to the covid-19 pandemic).Sunday 9/13 Week One vs PittsburghThursday 9/17 Week Two vs Washington (Thursday Night Football)Sunday 9/27 Week Three at JacksonvilleSunday 10/4 Week Four at BaltimoreSunday 10/11 Week Five vs CincinnatiSunday 10/18 Week Six BYE WEEKSunday 10/26 Week Seven vs HoustonSunday 11/02 Week Eight at NY Giants (Monday Night Football)Sunday 11/09 Week Nine vs Las VegasSunday 11/15 Week Ten at NY JetsSunday 11/22 Week Eleven vs IndianapolisThursday 11/26 Week Twelve at Dallas (Thanksgiving)Sunday 12/06 Week Thirteen vs PhiladelphiaSunday 12/13 Week Fourteen vs BaltimoreSunday 12/20 Week Fifteen at PittsburghSunday 12/27 Week Sixteen at TennesseeSunday 01/03 Week Seventeen at Cincinnati Related TopicsBrowns 2020 SchedulefeaturedNFL Sujeet
Kaii Yoshida successfully defended his title when he crushed veteran Koji Matsushita in a rematch of the national championship men’s final, 11-7, 11-9, 11-4, 11-4.All four finalists have been named to the Japan squad for this year’s world team championships in Germany in April. Saki Kanazawa staged a stirring fightback to overcome popular teenager Ai Fukuhara in the women’s final at the Japan Top 12 table tennis tournament on Saturday.Fukuhara looked to be on course for victory after taking a 3-0 lead but Chinese-born national champion Kanazawa came roaring back at Yoyogi national gymnasium annex to claim her first Top 12 title with a 10-12, 9-11, 9-11, 11-8, 11-9, 11-9, 11-5 win. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5