Frank Jackson Declares "Brown and Orange Week" in Anticipation of the Upcoming Steelers Game


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It's time to show your true colors, Cleveland (and those colors had better be brown and orange).

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson has officially declared this week "Brown and Orange Week," in efforts to rally fans as the Browns gear up to take on long-time rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Considered to be one of the most intense rivalries in the NFL, Sunday's game is suspected to be particularly vicious as both teams are tied in the division with records of 4-6.

So be sure to done your finest Browns gear this week, folks, and send us your photos via Facebook and Twitter at #BrownAndOrangeWeek.

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