Halloween costumes from MNF feat. Kareem Hunt dressed as The Joker

Hunt arriving as The Joker. Photo via Cleveland Browns Twitter.
Hunt arriving as The Joker. Photo via Cleveland Browns Twitter.

It's Halloween in the US and Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt, along with his fellow teammates, have gotten into the spirit. Usually, players will arrive at the stadium dressed in suits or fancy clothes, but tonight is a little different.

Being Halloween, just about every costume you can think of will be seen across the nation. Browns players in Hunt, D'Ernest Johnson and Tony Fields were all snapped arriving at the stadium in their costumes. Check them out below.

They were not the only Browns players to get into the Halloween spirit though. Several more were snapped on their way into the stadium dressed up in different costumes.

Demetric Felton, Tommy Togiai and John Johnson III were also snapped among other Browns players prior to the game.

The Bengals players were also seen arriving at the stadium, but their costumes were not at the level of their opponents' though.

Halloween is a huge thing in today's world and for many kids, it's a chance to dress up, eat some candy, and have a fun time with their friends and family. It also looks like their favorite NFL players are doing the same.

Can Kareem Hunt and the Cleveland Browns ruin the Cincinnati Bengals' Halloween?

Kareem Hunt for the Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens
Kareem Hunt for the Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens

Sitting at 2-5, the only thing scarier on Halloween for Cleveland is if they were to drop to 2-6. If they aren't out of playoff contention already, then a loss tonight would just about confirm as much.

It will be a tall task against Joe Burrow and the Bengals. A tall task that is somewhat relieved by the absence of Ja'Marr Chase, who is out with a hip injury. Nonetheless, it was hoped that Jacoby Brissett could keep the Browns afloat until Deshaun Watson returns, but that looks highly unlikely.

With Kareem Hunt up for a potential trade, the AFC North franchise will likely be stretched thin in the coming weeks.

Cleveland need a miracle, otherwise this will be their very own Halloween nightmare.

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Edited by Nicolaas Ackermann
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