Like the Indians, the Browns were once a mighty franchise, winning multiple championships in the 1940s and 1950s. But the team has never won a Super Bowl since the game was established in 1967—despite successfully breaking fans' hearts repeatedly. First there was Red Right 88, a passing play during a 1981 playoff against the Oakland Raiders that was intercepted in the end zone, ending the Browns' season. In 1987 the team was on the cusp of the Super Bowl, but Broncos quarterback John Elway engineering a five-minute, two-second drive that miraculously tied the game before the Broncos won in overtime (Elway is still a hated figure in Cleveland). The following year, the Browns were again in the AFC championship against the Broncos, and star running back Earnest Byner was on the verge of scoring a game-tying touchdown with just over a minute left, but he fumbled, again burying fans' hopes.