Cleveland Browns fans have not celebrated an NFL championship since 1964. On Saturday, six eras after their squad gathered the second 0-16 season in pro football record, thousands of them propped a scoff parade to differentiate a new low-toned for a right that has had plenty of them.

At a meet that was half-protest, half-party, followers rowed the streets around FirstEnergy Stadium and clapped as 80 vehicles, a cliff clique on a flatbed truck and a group carrying 28 headstones to represent the team’s 28 favorite starting quarterback since the team resumed is participating in 1999, took a “no victory” lap.