It has been less than 10 days since LeBron James ended Cleveland's 52-year title drought and guess what?

Yup, you guessed it, Browns fans are still sad. Well, they were happy for a second, but now they're sad again.

Although the Cavaliers officially ended the title drought in Northern Ohio last week, the drought still lingers on for the Browns, who haven't won a title since 1964. They also haven't been to the playoffs since 2002, haven't won a playoff game since 1994 and have never been to a Super Bowl. So it's an ugly drought.

All hope is not lost, though.

Now that the Cavs have won a title, Browns fans seem to believe that their team could be next.

As a matter of fact, one fan in Cleveland is so optimistic about the Browns' chances of winning a Super Bowl that he went ahead and planned a parade for it. A giant parade.

Here's the event on Facebook.

Even better?

Everyone else in Cleveland is apparently just as optimistic about the Browns' Super Bowl chances because almost 3,500 fans went on Facebook over the weekend and RSVP'd to attend the parade.

Now, although our Browns fan who planned the parade is clearly an optimist, he's also a realist. The fan has planned the parade for 2033 because he figures that's the "earliest" the Browns can possibly win it.

That's a smart move. The Browns are basically five players away from being six players away from contending, and there's a good chance that they won't be winning any titles while Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco and Andy Dalton are still playing in the AFC North.

Anyway, you can go ahead and circle Feb. 19, 2033 on your calendar because that's the day the Browns will be parading through Cleveland as they celebrate their win in Super Bowl LXVII. I'm guessing they'll beat the Lions in a game that will be played in Vegas.

The Browns will be bringing one of these to Cleveland after the 2032 season. USATSI