The Cleveland Browns beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-23 on Sunday night, giving the Browns their fourth Super Bowl title in six seasons.
The Browns, who finished last season with an 0-8 record and are 0-3 in the playoffs, beat the Chiefs for the third time in six years.
The game was televised on FoxSportsOhio, the channel that has been the mainstay of the NFL since 2004.
The channel is owned by Fox Sports and Fox Sports Midwest, two networks owned by Comcast.
FoxSportsOhio is the biggest cable channel in Ohio, with more than 300 channels, with ESPN and ESPN2 on the air.
Ohioans are allowed to stream the games, and FoxSports has partnered with Comcast to provide streaming services for the games.
The Cleveland Browns won their fifth Super Bowl championship.
It’s the third consecutive year that the Browns have won the championship in Cleveland.
The Steelers, Patriots and Patriots beat the Seahawks to win the title in New England.
The Bengals, Packers and Browns beat Kansas City to win in Kansas City.
The Broncos won their first title since 2003 in Denver.
The Cardinals defeated the Giants in Kansas and the Cardinals are off to their best start since 2002.
The Falcons lost to the 49ers in San Francisco.
The Patriots lost to Oakland and the Patriots are off for the season.
The Colts beat the Bengals in Cincinnati and the Colts are off next week in Kansas.
The Dolphins lost to Tampa Bay and the Dolphins are off in late December.
The Packers lost to Atlanta and the Packers are off the next week.
The Titans lost to Pittsburgh and the Titans are off December 5 in Cleveland