CJ McCollum knows the Cleveland Browns are playing the team's first playoff game in 18 years, and the AFC North franchise is letting out a lot of pent up frustration. Despite the Browns' AFC North showdown against the arch rival Pittsburgh Steelers being played on the round, Cleveland has come to play on Sunday evening en route to jumping out to an insane 28-0 first quarter lead.

With social media obviously blowing up as this game gets more and more out of hand, Browns fans aren't holding back as Cleveland has been waiting for this moment for too long. Portland Trail Blazers shooting guard and Ohio native CJ McCollum has already joined in on the fun on Twitter as the veteran sharpshooter was quick to pile on as the Browns' lead grew and grew and grew some more early on.

The Browns played the Steelers just last week and defeated Pittsburgh in order to secure a spot in the postseason, which also set up this week's rematch in Pittsburgh. Not only that, though, but the Browns barely practiced throughout the past week as Cleveland encountered a mini COVID-19 outbreak that kept the team's facility closed for a good portion of the week leading up to its first postseason appearance in almost 15 years.

Nonetheless, and without the team's head coach in Kevin Stefanski due to the league's “coronavirus” protocols, the Browns have already scored three offensive touchdowns to coincide with the team's two picks and a defensive score for good measure.

If the Browns beat the Steelers, they will head to Arrowhead Stadium for a Sunday AFC Divisional Playoff Game showdown against Patrick Mahomes and the reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs on Jan. 17. That game is slated to start at 3:05 Eastern time. If the Brownies do earn a date with the Chiefs, that would slot the Ravens into a matchup with the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park, N.Y. That Bills game begins at 8:15 p.m. Eastern time on Saturday night.