"There was an idea to bring together a group of remarkable people..."

Those words are how the trailer to the 2018 box office hit "Avengers: Infinity War" begins. The culmination of more than a decade's worth of films, "Infinity War" features a collection of some of the biggest superheroes on the planet joining together to fight a common cause.

Sound familiar?

With the Browns' acquisition of Odell Beckham Jr. earlier this week, Cleveland appears to be building a super team of its own. With that in mind, one fan -- Orlando resident Michael Killi -- created a trailer of his own, showcasing the building of this Browns team set against the backdrop of the original "Infinity War trailer."

It really is incredible.

From the early days of Paul Brown, Otto Graham and Jim Brown to the heartbreak of 'The Fumble,' 'The Drive,' the move to Baltimore and everything the franchise has suffered through -- self-inflicted and otherwise -- Killi paints a picture of everything that has led to the building of what is suddenly one of football's most exciting teams.

The first sign of light -- ironically, perhaps -- comes in the form of a Thanos-like Myles Garrett, followed by highlights from running back Nick Chubb, wide receivers Rashard Higgins and Jarvis Landry, tight end David Njoku and safety Damarious Randall.

"Fun isn't something one considers when balancing the universe," a laughing Thanos can be heard saying in the trailer. "But this does put a smile on my face."

From there, the video closes out with brief glimpses of two of the Browns' newest stars: Beckham and running back Kareem Hunt.

"Who the hell are you guys?" Thor asks.

The rest of the NFL is about the find out.