Wyatt Teller: measuring the right guard’s impact on the Browns offense

For a guy who was considered the biggest question mark on the Cleveland Browns offensive line entering the season, Wyatt Teller has instead proved the most indispensable. The Browns have sorely missed the right guard since he left Week 5 with a calf injury. Teller hasn’t played since, and his status remains week-to-week. The Cleveland […]

Baker Mayfield’s pick-six is further proof of his problems in the pocket

The Cleveland Browns came into Sunday with a 4-1 record, their best such mark since Bill Belichick was their head coach in 1994, and quarterback Baker Mayfield has been decent statistically, so an obvious Mayfield problem hasn’t been discussed enough. But after this interception to Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick, which Fitzpatrick returned 33 yards for […]

Ten things: A football nerd’s guide to the 2020 Cleveland Browns

At this time last year, there was considerable hype surrounding the Cleveland Browns. Baker Mayfield was coming off of a promising rookie season. The team had acquired Odell Beckham Jr. and hired Freddie Kitchens. It had young, talented players like Nick Chubb and Myles Garrett to build around. The future, for the first time in […]

OBR Analytics: The Return of Rashard Higgins

The Cleveland Browns front office was faced with numerous difficult roster decisions this offseason, as the fresh eyes of Andrew Berry & Co. combed through each position group to determine the best franchise fits.  One player, in particular, was a wide receiver that many fans hold close to their heart: Rashard Higgins.  After a coming-out […]

The Browns offense has a Baker Mayfield problem. Here’s how Freddie Kitchens can fix it.

The Browns’ first drive of the 2019 season was everything fans in Cleveland expected it to be. Despite some minor setbacks, Baker Mayfield led the offense right down the field, executing a beautifully crafted opening script of plays. Mayfield hit Rashard Higgns after a quick three-step drop to get Cleveland going. The next play was […]

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