1. Six Points: Is Holmgren's WCO The Big Show Cleveland Browns Fans Want To Watch?

    On the afternoon of the AFC Championship game between that despised team clad in soot and urine, and the team the now-former Cleveland Browns head coach built, it’s time for Six Points to reappear...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 3 years ago 2,128 reads 40 comments

  2. Six Points: Could the Cleveland Browns be a Sleeper Team?

    In the dog days of August, Kool-Aid tastes really good. Six Points might as well have a glass or three before reality sets in. There are things known as “sleepers” in this world, and those things exceed all expectations...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about 4 years ago 38 reads 36 comments

  3. Six Points: Before the Dawg Pound was Neutered

    Note: Photo taken from Cleveland Municipal Stadium, December 1986, Section 60, Browns vs. Colts. Thanks to NFL Properties, the Dawg Pound lives on. Compared to the Rottweiler it used to be, it’s a Shih-Tzu...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about 4 years ago 3,380 reads 28 comments

  4. Six Points: Surviving Cleveland Browns Silly Season

    NASCAR fans call the period between Homestead and Daytona “silly season.” A whole lot of nothing happens and only rule changes, racing teams, and rumors are discussed...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about 4 years ago 2,276 reads 13 comments

  5. Six Points: If LeBron James is LeGone, Expect a Sonic Boom!

    The fat lady serenaded Greater Cleveland once again, and it hurt more than ever. We’re pissed. They quit...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 4 years ago 876 reads 4 comments

  6. Six Points: A Cleveland Browns' Autopsy of the Brady Quinn Era

    The fat lady has sung. It’s over. The quarterback Phil Savage spent a first and a second-round draft choice on to move up in the draft to choose him after he had slid down to No...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 4 years ago 541 reads 15 comments

  7. Derek Anderson Gets Browns' History Lesson, Six Points: You've Got To Be Tough

    Former Cleveland Browns' QB Derek Anderson lashed out via e-mail to sportswriter Jeff Schudel of the Willoughby, Oh., News-Herald after his release...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 4 years ago 615 reads 16 comments

  8. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (March 9)

    The Cleveland Browns are making some moves, none big enough to garner huge headlines, but some solid moves nonetheless. Six Points sees the moves as a continuation of building the foundation for the team...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 4 years ago 1,054 reads 11 comments

  9. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Mar. 5)

      Six Points, after the Super Bowl and the utterly worthless Pro Bowl, is back after taking some time off.   There have been no games to recapitulate, no significant firings in Berea, and ...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 4 years ago 291 reads 4 comments

  10. The Big 14: Preserving Tradition And Academics While Increasing Revenue

    For fans of Big Ten teams and other NCAA college football fans, this offseason has been rife with speculation about a potential expansion of the Big Ten...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 4 years ago 283 reads 3 comments

  11. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Jan. 6)

    “If you want me to make dinner, let me buy the groceries.” —Bill Parcells, on his desire as head coach to have control of personnel “You can’t make chicken salad out of chicken (excrement)...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 4 years ago 820 reads 5 comments

  12. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Dec. 30)

    Last Sunday, before an “official” crowd of 67,000 and change, the Cleveland Browns equaled their win total of the 2008 Implosion with a victory over the Oakland Raiders, who were once called the “Hell’s Angels of Football...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about over 4 years ago 784 reads 7 comments

  13. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Dec. 22)

    In a move some Browns fans see as an early Christmas present, Randolph Lerner has opened his checkbook and named “The Big Show,” Mike Holmgren, as Grand Poohbah of Football Operations, or “President,” officially...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 375 reads 4 comments

  14. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Dec. 19)

    Cleveland Browns fans, already spilt into as many cliques who spread as many rumors as would be found in a typical suburban high school, went into speculation overload this week...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 549 reads 7 comments

  15. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Dec. 12)

    Six Points is done basking in the afterglow and/or nursing the hangover from this unexpected victory on the lakefront Six Points also considered to be well within the realm of possibility...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 485 reads 10 comments

  16. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Dec. 9)

    It’s time for another edition of Six Points , since the last time this column was published, it was written to the tune of the Robert Plant song “Worse Than Detroit ...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 425 reads 11 comments

  17. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Nov. 20)

    It's Friday, and time for Six Points to scrub the mess off of the floor from the last week of the Cleveland Browns' season, get out the Lysol to disinfect the remaining residue of the Monday nighter against Baltimore, and look forward (?) to Sunday...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 523 reads 10 comments

  18. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Nov. 18)

    One of two nationally televised Cleveland Browns games is in the books, and a realistic Cleveland football observer could not have expected much better than what he or she saw Monday night, Nov...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 396 reads 12 comments

  19. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Fri., Nov. 13)

    Ready for scary stuff yet? After all, it is Friday the 13th. In the Crystal Lake of Cleveland, we have seen plenty of frightening things already, but this edition of Six Points will ...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 384 reads 1 comments

  20. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Nov. 12)

    1. Liar, Liar (XXL) Pants On Fire: In a CBS Sports interview, Head Coach Eric Mangini claimed ignorance of an escalator clause in Brandy Queen’s contract that would have paid him an additional $10...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 456 reads 7 comments

  21. Six Points on the Cleveland Browns (Nov. 11)

    1. Welcome to Six Points on the Browns. Opponents score six regularly on Cleveland's once-proud football team, so in these times, I'm keeping my brain working and hitting the intertubes so you don't have to...

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  22. For Sale, QB, 1st Rd., VGC, Low Mi., 3rd Rd Pick OBO

    In Greater Cleveland, a day does not pass without rumors about the Browns. Despite the team's tradition of excellence being equivalent to Native American legend, Cleveland always will ...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 542 reads 15 comments

  23. Addition By Subtraction: Edwards To Bite Big Apple

    "Addition by subtraction"—Paul Brown The legendary Hall of Fame coach is credited with this phrase, having used it to justify releasing players who did not meet his standards...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about almost 5 years ago 227 reads 3 comments

  24. Destroying The Village In Order To Save It: Quinn Needs To Play

    I'm too young to have served in Vietnam. Too many lives were wasted there for no reason. Gen, William Westmoreland (known by the left as "Waste More Land") once defended eviscerating a hamlet ...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about 5 years ago 739 reads 8 comments

  25. Meet The New Browns; Same As The Old Browns

    We just got fooled again. For 30 minutes of football, the Browns, in the words of former head coach Butch Davis, played their guts out...

    Christopher Maher Written by Christopher Maher about 5 years ago 344 reads 21 comments