Browns beat the Panthers (we recorded this after week 14) to improve to 5-7-1 and remain “in the hunt” for the playoffs (you kidding me?) . Brian, Brian, and Ian get together to catch us all up on an exciting season of Browns football led by the greatest QB of all time: Baker Mayfield. We discuss what the Browns still need, how they are way more watchable, CBS’ smash hit God Friended Me, and we make up a few words along the way. Plus, 12 Days of Cleveland Browns Christmas. Happy Holidays!
The Browns are just terrible. Terrible. And we had fairly low expectations. Anyway, we put off a show for a while just because we couldn’t even talk about it. We try below. Actually, a more apt description is that we try NOT to talk about the Browns but end up doing it anyway.Â We’ll be back with another episode in November, in the mean time I would say to root for the Cleveland baseball team… but…
Another Browns season is upon us! And I never realized that Episode 69 was never posted (it is now) so listen to me proclaim this to be Episode 69 (it’s not) several times. Brian, Ian, and Wiebe discuss the Browns off season, draft, and the upcoming season all while having a few laughs and complaining. Go Browns!
This podcast features terrible language regularly. Hot off the press for Super Bowl Sunday…It’s the season finale! The Browns finish 1-15, but the 6b1p crew finds a way to maybe, maybe, maybe find a little hope. They discuss the season, look for hope, avoid the topic of football, and took too long to edit so at least a half dozen references will be out of date nonsense. Thanks to Wiebe for editing this one, we will see you for episode 70 right around the draft (a.k.a. Our Super Bowl).Â Go Browns!
Happy Holidays! We told you it would not be as long of a wait for the next episode of 6 Bs and a P, Dave. This is a quick one but packs all the hard hitting laughs and cutthroat analysis you have come to expect from 6 Bs and a P. On Episode 68 we mostly go live to Brian watching the Browns/Bengals game with the one and only Miles Down of Athens, Ohio. They discuss being fans of Ohio football teams, Tim Krumrie, beer, why the Browns might be bad, and how despite rooting for different teams we all hate Cris Collingsworth and his stupid face just the same. Go 49ers!
Sorry it’s been so long. The Browns gave up and so did we for a bit, but we are back now and that is all that matters. The Browns may be 0-12 but the 6b1p crew give you a solid hour of funny non-Browns things and accidental forward thinking analysis. Brian, Ian, and Wiebe missed some important weeks: Trump is gonna be the president next year and Cleveland lost the World Series. They cover such questions as: What is the coldest you have ever been? Are there any good players on this team? Does Jordan Cameron listen to the Wu-Tang Clan? Take a listen and tell your friends… Go Browns!
0-4! That seems about right. And it also seems if switching to twice a month for this podcast has caused the 6b1p crew to become psychics who can predict the Browns future. Cody Kessler is now our QB, Cody Parkey is now our Kicker, Josh Gordon is in rehab, Corey Coleman broke his hand, but there are some silver linings… The guys discuss everything: the losses, our rookies, gas stations, and revisit the topic of breakfast sandwiches. Randy is here! So are Wiebe and Kris. And we get special segments from Luke (Who is the Azzeater of the Week?”) and a brand new one from Ian (“6 Bs and I”). Will the Browns beat the Patriots next week? Probably not! But we will be back at some point. Go Browns!
Woof. These guys are terrible. The 6b1p crew tries to figure out how they are going to talk about the Browns all season and still make this podcast listenable. They get to the roots of the issues (so many QB’s, terrible drafts, injuries, breakfast sandwiches, Tim Couch) sort of, or at least give it a shot. This game is post week 1 but was recorded before the Ravens loss, which ultimately was pretty terrible anyway so we will talk about that later. Episode 66 will discuss weeks 2 and 3 and maybe more. Trust us this is the most entertaining Browns podcast there is. Go Those Guys!
It’s September which means it is time for the Browns! This 5th season of 6 Bs and a P kicks off with a special offseason review and season preview wrapped into one hour (or so) of podcast spectacular-ness. Brian, Ian, Kris, and WiebeÂ struggle with whether to find hope in the upcoming season or to just give up like this podcast and the Browns did last year? There is a new segment from Luke so that might be funny. Therapy eventually comes in the form of not talking about the Browns for a while (topics include the Olympic event Dressage, mascots, the presidential election, and more successful Cleveland sports teams) and then condense some hard hitting analysis with the rest of the time. GO BROWNS!
Listen Now: 6 Bs and a P: Johnny’s Grounded (Episode #63)
The Browns lose again, for the sixth time in a row and fall to 2-9 (2-10 after a loss to the Bengals by time this episode gets published) after a heart wrenching last second defeat on a blocked field goal that was ran back for a touchdown. Ugh. Brian, Kris, and Ian discuss the game for a bit, a famous Brown of Browns history, make fun of the Ravens, and try to find some funny things to talk about. Go Panthers!
6 Bs and a P: Videos Can Be A Lot of Things (Episode 62)
It’s a bye week and somehow the Browns still lose. Manziel goes from starting QB to 3rd stringer for partyin’ (this got released right after this episode that he got demoted), and the 6b1p crew discusses everything from the Steelers loss, Michael Dean Perry, Bernie’s restaurant, Warhammer, and Thanksgiving. The Browns currently have the #1 pick though! So that is something, right? Go Browns!
6 Bs ad a P: The Dave Demographic (Season 4, Episode 9):
Browns… wait for it… lose. This time on Thursday night to the now 8-0 Bengals. Wiebe became a dad this week, congrats to him and Michelle! So as a replacement we have taken in one of key demographics, Dave Obenour. Dave, Kris, Ian, and Brian discuss the QB controversy, what there is to look forward to, put Dave on the hostseat, and even hang out with Don Pardo. And most importantly the 6b1p panel talks about whether the savior of this franchise could indeed be one Bernard Kosar. Go Browns!
6 Bs and a P: A Lot Like Krang (Season 4, Episode 8):
Browns… LOSE. To the Cardinals last Sunday (hey, we are trying to catch up and this week was on Thursday, give us a break!) in one of the worst second half performances of the year, or maybe ever. They were winning for a bit but then that stopped. A quick discussion follows with Brian, Kris, and Ian while Wiebe awaits a child in Chicago. The group talks about Farmer’s press conference, Johnny Football, museum exhibits, misspoken Outkast lyrics, and what things might actually make watching the rest of the year bearable. Look for the Bengals/Thursday night game episode sometime next week, and hey at least we aren’t Lions fans right?
6 Bs and a P: Barnidge at the Movies (Season 4, Episode 6)
The Browns lose a heartbreaker to the undefeated Denver Broncos in OT 26-23, looking a lot more like the Browns than last week but still a hard one nonetheless. Brian, Kris, and Wiebe discuss how Wiebe might become a father live on-air, Josh McCown, Gary Barnidge’s movie reviews, luck, Joe Jurevicius’ new career, and Joe “Turkey” Jones. There’s no Ian, though, Wiebe is here even though at any moment his wife would go into labor and bring a new being into the world that would be their child, but Ian couldn’t make it. Can Bernie Kosar save Johnny Football’s soul?
Listen to 6 Bs and a P: The Meat of the Ham (Season 4, Episode 5)
Sorry this one is a little late, in LASTÂ week’s episode we celebrated a Browns win (spoiler alert: they ended up losing THIS past Sunday) with special guest Luke Edwards and covered topics ranging from why the Ravens are terrible, why the Browns are terrible, our hatred for our random teams, the Wu-Tang Clan, working on getting Ian to talk street, Luke comments on local news sites and more. But most importantly the Browns won and the Ravens lost. #konyhelpianmove2012
Listen to 6 Bs and a P: Waiting For Austin Davis (Season 4, Episode 4)
The Browns lose… again. In an even more Brownsian way. The 6b1p crew discusses the bright spots, the terribly depressing spots, and all the mediocre spots inbetween. Is there any hope? Probably not with the combination of an underachieving defense and an offense that shouldn’t be playing this good but is still losing. The guys give their outlooks on topics for the rest of the season, look at some funny tweets, and you will even learn about an “Interesting Brown in Browns History” in our new segment. Go Browns?
6 Bs and a P: Toddcast (Season 4, Episode 3):
More of the ongoing dumpster fire. This time with Todd.
6 Bs and a P: Paging Dr. Football (Season 4, Episode 2)
Browns… lose. That’s 11 opening games in a row, 1-16 since their return in 1999. So, while not a surprise it still very much sucks.Â Was this the end of the Josh mcCown era in Cleveland? Will Jonathan Livingston Football continue to start the whole season? Will the Browns actually keep any draft picks beyond a year? Plus we put Ian on the hotseat (it’s his birthday), talk about Justin Gilbert throwing dip, and give updates on our other teams. Go Browns? Next week we are taking a bye week! See you after week 4.
LISTEN: 6 Bs and a P: AÂ Terrible Carousel (Season 4, Episode 1)
It’s football time! Which means it is time for 6 Bs and a P here on Aquabear Legion. The crew does there best to remain positive in the face of continual terrible developments from the Cleveland Brows, but each one will admit their lack of excitement at some point in this hour on the terrible carousel. Ian has gone goth,Â Wiebe compares the 2015 Browns to the watching the movie Jurassic World, and Kris discusses the root of all problems possibly being a curse. Would Julio Jones turn into dust if he played for the Browns after shaking Pat Shurmur’s hand? Is Josh McCown a modern day Scott Bakula? Is Pete Carroll a 9/11 truther? And the 6b1p hosts all pick random secondary teams to root for so that there are other things to talk about besides the Browns. Go Browns!
6 Bs and a P: 2015 Draft Super Edition
It’s been almost two months since the 2015 NFL Draft, so that seems like the perfect time for Aquabear’s own Browns podcast to give its beloved brand of analysis. The 6b1p crew assembled to record this about a month ago, about a month after the draft and by this point most of us had seen the Kevin Costner classic Draft Day. The boys break down the Browns draft and even try to guess the majors of the newest Cleveland Browns, and of course there is some talk of the upcoming 2015 season too. Oh, and we can’t forget those new uniforms, we had to talk about that. Go Browns!
6 Bs and a P: Getaway Stew: A Season 3 Finale Spectacular:
So we recording this awhile ago and you will figure that out based on multiple incorrect and out of date references. Nevertheless, the 6b1p crew returns in it’s full co-host form, like a Voltron that just gets drunk and complains instead of actually doing something. We cover the season, off season, hope, despair, and make an attempt at logical reasoning all while hosting some year end awards and several funny segments. Look for a draft special in the coming months and we will be back for Season 4 (if Aquabear renews our deal) in August. Until then you can find all of us in Dwayne BoweÂ jerseys talking about how we think Josh McCown has enough in the tank still in the right system. Go Browns!
6 Bs and a P: Dollarsigns Moneysacks (Season 3, Episode 14)
Well that was terrible. The Browns lose to the Bengals 30-0 in one of the worst games ever. Johnny Football played an awful game. Brian, Kris, and Dave discuss the game, the season, the future, and everybody Hotseats. Don Pardo even shows up. Go Browns?
6 Bs and a P: Stats vs. Pills (Season 3, Episode 13)
Welp, that seems to be it for Brian Hoyer. The Browns lose a close one to the Colts at home despite an incredible effort from the defense and Hoyer played yet another terrible game. It’s time for Johnny Football. 3 games left for the 7-6 Browns, who now need to win out and receive a lot of help to make the playoffs after being so close a few weeks back. The 6b1p crew discusses a game only 1 out of the 3 of them watched and get joined by the WolfeMann. Go Browns!
6 Bs and a P: Defensive Something (Season 3, Episode 12)
Well, there goes the hope. …Or does it? The Cleveland Browns play a terrible game and lose to the Buffalo Bills to fall to 7-5 and a three-way tie for last with Pittsburgh and Baltimore in the AFC North, all one and a half games behindÂ the Bengals. And to top it all off Johnny Football makes his first appearance after Hoyer throws two interceptions. Football dives in for a meaningless touchdown on an exciting play and also gets run over by a large man and almost gives up a TD. The 6b1p crew talks about it all: Hoyer, Manziel, what a Buffalo Bill really is, Pie Town, and a whole lot more. Special guest: Snider. Go Browns!
6 Bs and a P: Peapody (Season 3, Episode 10)
The Browns… lose. Bad. So long first place, it was sweet while it lasted but even we have to admit it felt a little weird and ominous. Like when the cheerleader starts dating a nerd in a high school movie and you kind of know it’s because of a bet some popular kidsÂ made. And on top of that, one of the most important places in the world, The Union in Athens, Ohio was severely damaged in a terrible fire on West Union Street early Sunday morning. The 6b1pers do what they do best even in the face of a devastating day: they talk about, try to be funny, record it and hope you give it a listen. GO BROWNS. THE UNION FOREVER.