Well… that didn’t take long. The excitement that built to the kickoff of the Cleveland Browns 2013 season opener against the Miami Dolphins quickly came to an end as the Browns lost behind a dismal performance from our 75 year old Quarterback and baseball minor leaguer Brandon Weeden. Brian and company (Ian and Kris return and Sherri joins in this week too) try to remain positive by discussing such topics as the rice Ian is eating, Jordan Cameron, and whether the Browns deserve their fanbase. Comment below on this week’s (final) audience trivia question and make sure to check us out on Twitter and Facebook. Go Browns?
Sorry for the delay! The holiday season, traveling, and a bunch of fine folks coming to Athens to visit all made it hard to get this one up in time. It also probably would have helped had the Browns given any sort of reason to get excited about making a podcast. They lose again to a much better Denver Broncos team last Sunday to fall to 5-10 on the season. In the process both Brandon Weeden, Colt McCoy, and Trent Richardson get hurt and Josh Cribbs creates a bit of a Twitter situation as well. Brian tries to make sense of a rough game and look forward to the end of the season game versus the Steelers and the NFL debut of Browns third string quarterback Thaddeus Lewis. Follow us on Twitter @6B1p and comment on here too. Go Browns!
6 Bs and a P: Episode Ten (Week Nine)
Oh man, what a horrible football game. The Browns lose again despite Kicker Phil Dawson’s attempt at beating the Baltimore Ravens on his own with 5 field goals, and fall to the hate Baltimore Ravens 25-15. The good news is that this week’s episode features the all-star roundtable crew of host Brian Koscho joined by first-time guests (his wife Sherri and Matt Majesky who napped through the game in another room) and some of old favorites (Kris and Randy join us again). Hilarity manages to ensue, undaunted by the crapiness of the Cleveland Browns. Let us know what you think, comment on here or Tweet at us over on @6B1P. Go… Browns… I guess.