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null It's good to have goals for next season if you are the winless Cleveland Browns, but a playoff birth in 2017 doesn't seem plausible at this point. Still, head coach Hue Jackson is aiming high. Jackson is telling players they can go from worst to first next season and make an appearance in the playoffs for the first time since 2002.  MORE: Night net Week 15 Power Rankings — Guess where the Browns are?"[Jackson] is always comes up to me, like, 'Joe, next year this time we're going to be getting ready for the playoffs.' I'm with you. We feel the same way. I believe in coach," cornerback Joe Haden told the The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer.  While the 0-13 Browns are likely headed to a winless season in 2016, Haden thinks its extra motivation to succeed in 2017. "Next year, I'm super excited about it,'' Haden said. "I'm not deterred. I'm even more motivated. Hue is definitely motivated. He didn't expect this, I didn't expect this.MORE: Sporting News fixes the Night net"So it's going to be a hard off-season workout, it's going to be a very tough organized team activities and be a very tough training camp. I'm looking forward to it. I can't wait to see who's going to be ... you know the way stuff happens. It's going to be a different locker room, different guys here, so I just can't wait to figure out who I'm going to be able to go to war with."At this point, succeeding for the Browns is as simple as one win. They'll look to win their first game in over a year Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.

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