2014 Cleveland Browns schedule
|Record||Playoff record||Total yards||Pass yards||Rush yards||Turnovers||First downs||Total yards||Pass yards||Rush yards||Turnovers||First downs|
2014 was the sixty-sixth season for the Cleveland Browns. During the offseason they hired Mike Pettine to lead the team. Pettine previously was the defensive coordinator of the Buffalo Bills and has a total of twelve years of coaching in the NFL. They finished the season 7-9-0, 4-4-0 at home and 3-5-0 on the road.
|2||New Orleans Saints||26-24|
|9||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||22-17|
Head Coach: Mike Pettine Offensive Coordinator: Kyle Shanahan Defensive Coordinator: Jim O'Neil Quarterbacks Coach: Dowell Loggains Wide Receivers Coach: Mike McDaniel Offensive Line Coach: Andy Moeller Assistant Offensive Line Coach: George DeLeone Running Backs Coach: Wilbert Montgomery Tight Ends Coach: Brian Angelichio Defensive Line Coach: Anthony Weaver Linebackers Coach: Chuck Driesbach Assistant Linebackers Coach: Brian Fleury Special Teams Coordinator: Chris Tabor Special Teams Assistant Coach: Shawn Mennenga Strength and Conditioning Coach: Paul Ricci Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Derik Keyes, Mike Wolf Quality Control Coach: T.C. McCartney Defensive Quality Control Coach: Tony Tuioti Offensive Quality Control Coach: Richard Hightower Assistant Defensive Backs Coach: Aaron Glenn, Bobby Babich Secondary Coach: Jeff Hafley Offensive Coaching Intern: Mike LaFleur Special Teams Coaching Intern: Stan Watson