Player cost-to-win Ratio:
The Browns went 10-6 in 2007 but barely missed out on the playoffs (the 10-6 Titans took the final spot). Cleveland then won a measly 18 games over the following four seasons. Expenses haven't been too high - the team ranks No. 22 with an average annual payroll of $135 million - but playing four games annually against the Ravens and Steelers hasn't helped any. (Getty Images) More From Forbes
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