What do you do if you own one of the worst teams in the National Football League: a team that’s kept fans suffering through dismal on-field performance and more personnel changes than you can keep track of for years? If you own the Cleveland Browns you raise season ticket prices. The browns announced yesterday that the cost of season tickets for games in 2020 will be going up for the 3rd time since 2008. Most of the price hikes involve what the team calls prime sections near the 50-yard line, in club and suite sections. In an apparent attempt to soften the blow of the increases, a Browns news release yesterday pointed out that their season ticket prices are still the 4th lowest in the NFL. Browns fans who’ve stayed with the team through 25 seasons of mediocrity or worse probably won’t find that very comforting as they dig even deeper to watch the team play live in Cleveland this season. That’s the way I see it.