FlyingGreg wrote:Crack kills
samwize77 wrote:I've flushed stuff smarter than him
madbohem wrote:Think you can hear him on tonight/today saying "that's my team right there" although I am not sure because they had the highlights going while that was said. After which, Deion is laughing
drdiags wrote:madbohem wrote:Think you can hear him on tonight/today saying "that's my team right there" although I am not sure because they had the highlights going while that was said. After which, Deion is laughing
Yeah, he mentioned a couple times that he has been on the Seahawks bandwagon all year. That they are his team. He of course was eating crow but probably had caught so much flak from his Thursday night comments that he knew he had to own up. It made me laugh. He is still an oaf but at the end of the day, it is nothing but talk anyway.
Sgt. Largent wrote:btw, it's OK to be a homer, but if you're not going to analyze objectively then what are you doing there?
SharkHawk wrote:Here's the thing.... every one of you is talking about him. Nobody is talking about what Steve Young said. So why do the networks keep guys like Steve around? Because he's smart and can actually give logical pre and post game analysis. Why do they keep people like Irvin around? Because it's funny and people are discussing it, so he obviously is doing his job. They want viewers. They don't care who they are. They just need to prove to the beer companies that they are pulling the numbers they promised when selling them ad time.
endzorn wrote:SharkHawk wrote:Spot on. These shows aren't about the intelligence behind the analysis, they're about the attention the talking heads can generate. If Irvin pisses people off they will watch just to hate...like people who have no rooting interest in the baseball playoffs, but tune in to hate the Yankees.