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What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 9:37 am
  • So many to choose from, especially from the Fox network which is practically unwatchable. Terry Bradshaw, Jimmie Johnson, Michael Strahan, and that cokehead Michael Irvin all make my skin crawl. The only person I like on that show is James Brown.
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  • Heath Evans

    Dude's a total meat head, also sounds like he's got about a good pint or two of spit in his mouth when he talks. He's also really really dumb.
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  • Dan Dierdorf is the worst announcer, followed closely by Aikman.

    Worst Analyst? Has to be Dilfer.
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  • To be honest, I am more annoyed by the people that bitch & moan about how crappy random analyst X is and how they can't believe analyst X has a job.

    That being said, can we find a way to form a "super team" of analysts featuring Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden? That would be hella dope.
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  • Dilfer is unwatchable/listenable for me. Throw Jamie Dukes in there as well. And Extenz boy is dreadful.
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  • Evans, Jaworski, Irving

    commentators: Collinsworth by far, before him it was Theisman and Dierdork..
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    That being said, can we find a way to form a "super team" of analysts featuring Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden? That would be hella dope.


    Add Willie Mcginnest and we have a deal.
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  • THe stupid ones. I think you can form your own opinion on who they are. LOL
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:
    That being said, can we find a way to form a "super team" of analysts featuring Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden? That would be hella dope.


    Add Willie Mcginnest and we have a deal.

    Done. Let's make it hap'n, cap'n.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    SacHawk2.0 wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:
    That being said, can we find a way to form a "super team" of analysts featuring Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden? That would be hella dope.


    Add Willie Mcginnest and we have a deal.

    Done. Let's make it hap'n, cap'n.


    Can we get Deion Sanders too so we can get him to sing Wilson's name?
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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:22 am
  • What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?

    Fans who bitch about them.
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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:30 am
  • The ones on this board.
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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:31 am
  • volsunghawk wrote:The ones on this board.


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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:40 am
  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:
    volsunghawk wrote:The ones on this board.


    Don't you dare talk bad about Kearly!


    I don't like how that bastard uses semicolons. :thfight7:
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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:42 am
  • Throwdown wrote:Can we get Deion Sanders too so we can get him to sing Wilson's name?


    Oh, man; that'd be tight. I love me some Primetime. He could sing Wilson's name every time there's a big play/passing TD.
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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:37 pm
  • Throwdown wrote:Heath Evans

    Dude's a total meat head, also sounds like he's got about a good pint or two of spit in his mouth when he talks. He's also really really dumb.


    Agreed! Every time he is on I mute the tv. I just cant stand any of his logic when it comes to analyzing teams and players. He is the definition of meat head and I can believe the hawks wasted a draft pick on this fool. Found this on google:

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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:58 pm
  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Throwdown wrote:Can we get Deion Sanders too so we can get him to sing Wilson's name?


    Oh, man; that'd be tight. I love me some Primetime. He could sing Wilson's name every time there's a big play/passing TD.


    I see; what you did there.

    Dilfer has to be the worst; it's only the way he tries to defend himself. "Well I watched the tape and it tells me this..." When you have to go around telling everyone you are just doing your job; you aren't doing your job.
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  • amill87 wrote:I see; what you did there.


    Uh, except that's not what I did there.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    amill87 wrote:I see; what you did there.


    Uh, except that's not what I did there.


    Whoops. Gave you too much credit....
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  • I just wish there weren't so many of them. They used to do fine with just two people on screen, with an occasional aside from an outside commentator.

    Now they have to have at least 4, sometimes 5 or 6, and since everybody has to get a chance to pontificate the shows have been extended FAR longer than they need to actually cover the content. Then throw in 'special comments' from some failed comedian just for grins. Sorry, but their failed attempts to make the pre/post-games shows 'entertaining' kind of ruins it for me.

    So I guess I agree in general. They have seriously diluted the talent pool available.
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  • amill87 wrote:Whoops. Gave you too much credit....


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  • Bastards. The lot of you.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    amill87 wrote:Whoops. Gave you too much credit....


    It happens; I understand.


    Did we just become best friends?
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  • So this is what it feels like to poke a grammar Nazi repeatedly with a stick. Interesting...

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  • sutz wrote:I just wish there weren't so many of them. They used to do fine with just two people on screen, with an occasional aside from an outside commentator.

    Now they have to have at least 4, sometimes 5 or 6, and since everybody has to get a chance to pontificate the shows have been extended FAR longer than they need to actually cover the content. Then throw in 'special comments' from some failed comedian just for grins. Sorry, but their failed attempts to make the pre/post-games shows 'entertaining' kind of ruins it for me.

    So I guess I agree in general. They have seriously diluted the talent pool available.


    Yeah. It's fed for the constant thirst of football that we all have though.

    Plus I think a lot of football players realize they have no other talents so they have to go back to what they know. Problem is they aren't journalists so they basically are just tv personalities portrayed as experts.
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  • Dilfer is an interesting one. The guy is actually really football smart, and has the potential to be a good analyst. The problem is every single thing he says or does has an agenda. Dilfer's agenda priority list looks something like this:
    1. Promote QBR and try to apply it to every conversation.
    2. Dig at the Hawks. (Which I honestly don't understand.)
    3. Support the Niners

    His other issue is the way he backpedals and completely 180s to the other extreme when proven wrong. Admitting you're wrong is good. What he does is is sad. It's really too bad he's like this, since he's leagues better than mouth breathing buffoons like Heath Evans or Michael Irvin. Those guys are horrible, no matter if they're all picking the Hawks now.

    And in case there's any confusion: Screw Dilfer. Worst waste of a flag raiser ever.
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  • volsunghawk wrote:
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    volsunghawk wrote:The ones on this board.


    Don't you dare talk bad about Kearly!


    I don't like how that bastard uses semicolons. :thfight7:


    I use them correctly (or at least they are technically correct, though sometimes just using a period and starting a new sentence might work better). My real problem is run-on sentences, and sometimes a semicolon can be an accomplice to that.
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  • kearly wrote:
    volsunghawk wrote:
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    volsunghawk wrote:The ones on this board.


    Don't you dare talk bad about Kearly!


    I don't like how that bastard uses semicolons. :thfight7:


    I use them correctly (or at least they are technically correct, though sometimes just using a period and starting a new sentence might work better). My real problem is run-on sentences, and sometimes a semicolon can be an accomplice to that.


    Comma splices are where it's at, don't you think?
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  • I still use a lot of this ............ too much time on a teletype I suppose ........... back in the day.Image
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  • Shannon Sharpe. What language is that?
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  • Joe Buck, by a mile.

    He's a baseball guy from a baseball family, and he has absolutely no business whatsoever doing the play-by-play for NFL games.

    Annoying as hell.

    Scottemojo wrote:Dan Dierdorf is the worst announcer


    Shows what you know.

    Along with Dan Fouts, he's actually always been one of the game's best.

    Dierdorf give sound, reasoned analysis of every play, and he doesn't come across as an arrogant football snob when he does it.

    Mike Mayock is a good example of a football snob, always taking about what the guy who just caught the last pass ran at the combine, where scouts thought the guy would go in the Draft, what the guy ate for dinner the night before the Draft.

    No one gives a spit about any of that, Mike "the NFL's Dick Vitale": JUST CALL THE DAMNED GAME.
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  • rottweiler wrote:Joe Buck, by a mile.

    He's a baseball guy from a baseball family, and he has absolutely no business whatsoever doing the play-by-play for NFL games.

    Annoying as hell.


    And despite that, he's somehow even worse at baseball.
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  • KK84 wrote:
    rottweiler wrote:Joe Buck, by a mile.

    He's a baseball guy from a baseball family, and he has absolutely no business whatsoever doing the play-by-play for NFL games.

    Annoying as hell.


    And despite that, he's somehow even worse at baseball.


    So true.
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  • rottweiler wrote:Joe Buck, by a mile.

    He's a baseball guy from a baseball family, and he has absolutely no business whatsoever doing the play-by-play for NFL games.

    Annoying as hell.

    Scottemojo wrote:Dan Dierdorf is the worst announcer


    Shows what you know.

    Along with Dan Fouts, he's actually always been one of the game's best.

    Dierdorf give sound, reasoned analysis of every play, and he doesn't come across as an arrogant football snob when he does it.

    Mike Mayock is a good example of a football snob, always taking about what the guy who just caught the last pass ran at the combine, where scouts thought the guy would go in the Draft, what the guy ate for dinner the night before the Draft.

    No one gives a spit about any of that, Mike "the NFL's Dick Vitale": JUST CALL THE DAMNED GAME.


    I guess we just disagree, because Mayock is one of my favorites.

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  • Thunderhawk wrote:Shannon Sharpe. What language is that?


    I don't know either. He's completely unintelligible.
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  • Thunderhawk wrote:Shannon Sharpe. What language is that?


    Elway must have taught him how to speak horse.
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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:17 pm
  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:Marshall Faulk. He sucks.


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  • Sarlacc83 wrote:
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    Don't you dare talk bad about Kearly!


    I don't like how that bastard uses semicolons. :thfight7:


    I use them correctly (or at least they are technically correct, though sometimes just using a period and starting a new sentence might work better). My real problem is run-on sentences, and sometimes a semicolon can be an accomplice to that.


    Comma splices are where it's at, don't you think?


    I prefer to recklessly split infinitives.
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    Throwdown wrote:Can we get Deion Sanders too so we can get him to sing Wilson's name?


    Oh, man; that'd be tight. I love me some Primetime. He could sing Wilson's name every time there's a big play/passing TD.


    If we're forming the Avengers of announcers, can I put in a vote for Brad Nessler maybe?
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  • HawksSoc wrote:If we're forming the Avengers of announcers, can I put in a vote for Brad Nessler maybe?

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  • Is a semicolon a Kenworth stuck in a butthole?
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Re: What NFL Analysts Annoy You The Most?
Thu Dec 19, 2013 12:55 pm
  • I actually like Dierdorf, and will miss him. But the guy is a gaffe machine and kind of an idiot. I just like him because he reeks old school, good ol' boy football. That plus old MNF nostalgia.
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  • I don't like: Mike Martz. I don't even think he gets to call games anymore. I remember his call during 2012's away game with the Rams at the end "No interceptions for touchdowns today!!!!". I think that dickwad was horrible. Heath Evans likes the purple crayons and sucks too.

    My favorite unsung hero as an analyst? Dennis Miller.
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  • Slick wrote:My favorite unsung hero as an analyst? Dennis Miller.

    Whatever happened with him? I liked him quite a bit back in the day.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Slick wrote:My favorite unsung hero as an analyst? Dennis Miller.

    Whatever happened with him? I liked him quite a bit back in the day.


    He used words with 5 syllables.
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  • Sarlacc83 wrote:He used words with 5 syllables.


    No wonder I liked him.
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  • Jay Glazer called Pete Carroll a liar today for no reason at all. The other 3 guys were talking about how awesome the Seahawks pass defense and one mentioned that Pete was a disciple of Lane Kiffin and the Seahawks as a team compete with each other and it breeds good play and a deep roster.

    Glazer stands up from the desk they were all sitting at and interrupts the guy talking and then says "Hold on a second. Hold on a second. Hold on a second. Hold on a second. Did you really just put Lane Kiffin and Pete Carroll in the same (sentence)? Are you kidding me? Are you guys letting him go with that? Hmmmm. One guy tells a truth a lot, one doesn't"

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