Matt Millen & Joe Theismann: Norman Chad feels the way we do about the NFL Network’s annoying analysts. “Putting Millen and Theismann in the same booth is like putting sugar and honey in your green tea. With no regard for a trembling and tormented nation still reeling from economic and electoral collapse, NFL Network has decided to stuff two stupefying and unrelenting voices into our living rooms every Thursday night … If you handed Theismann a celery stick, he would speak into it. Millen, meanwhile, long has been potent at a very simple TV device – if you say something authoritatively, it appears you are an authority.”[Wash Post]
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Nobody believes me.
How deep does this thing go? Not very.
Tom Brady opened up to WEEI the day after his AFC Championship Game win, about his hand injury and claimed they were “lucky” (…)
He does not want Cris Collinsworth to leave for MNF.