CLEVELAND -- It's time to show your true colors.

Mayor Frank Jackson is declaring "Brown and Orange Week" in the city of Cleveland as the Browns prepare to longtime rivals -- the Pittsburgh Steelers -- on Sunday, Nov. 24.

Mayor Jackson will make the proclamation at 3:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall.

"The Browns vs. Steelers rivalry is a Cleveland tradition and one of the greatest rivalries in the NFL," a press release from the city says. "The rivalry is celebrated by both new and longtime fans of the Cleveland Browns across the country."

The Browns are currently 4-6 this season. Most recently the Bengals mauled the Browns in Cincinnati on Sunday with a final score of 41-20.