Party like it's 2002: LeBron, Drew Carey and more celebrate Browns' playoff trip

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Jeremy WillisESPN.com

First Ohio State and now the Cleveland Browns. What a weekend for the state of Ohio. On Friday, the Buckeyes crushed Clemson in the semifinals of the College Football Playoff and will face Alabama in the national championship game. Then on Sunday, the Browns broke the NFL’s longest playoff drought. By beating the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, Cleveland earned a wild-card spot, their first NFL postseason berth in 18 years.

The Browns also won their season finale for the first time since 2009.

With the streak snapped, notable Ohioans LeBron James and Drew Carey, along with many others, took to social media to celebrate.

THE DROUGHT IS OVER.

BROWNS WIN. pic.twitter.com/7ln2U8DwOA

— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) January 3, 2021

Browns take down the Steelers to clinch a playoff spot 💥 pic.twitter.com/7e3x7PZ2jZ

— ESPN (@espn) January 3, 2021

Playoff bound! Congrats @Browns!! Yessir!!!! Don’t be satisfied though! #Browns

— LeBron James (@KingJames) January 3, 2021

Innn there !!!! Go to work dawgsss

— Odell Beckham Jr (@obj) January 3, 2021

Buckeyes @Browns
🤝
Playoffs

— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) January 3, 2021

Baker. Browns. PLAYOFFS!!!@bakermayfield #OUDNA

📺 https://t.co/cXwbYhUH84

pic.twitter.com/6JXMab4WTi

— Oklahoma Football

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