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14Red

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Can we somehow hire sports reporters who have some brains??

Some of the ridiculous narratives just this week...

Tom Brady may retire.

Sean Payton retires, may not coach again.

Aaron Rodgers may retire.

Jim Harbaugh is looking at NFL jobs.


None of these are going to happen. There is no way these things happen.
 

coldshoulder

Active member
Can we somehow hire sports reporters who have some brains??

Some of the ridiculous narratives just this week...

Tom Brady may retire. <ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT>

Sean Payton retires, may not coach again. <RETIRES...will likely coach again...?>

Aaron Rodgers may retire. <Maybe in a few years...?>

Jim Harbaugh is looking at NFL jobs. <INTERVIEWING WITH THE VIKINGS>


None of these are going to happen. There is no way these things happen.
None of us ever bats 1,000%, but you at least batted .500 there, Red. :oops:
 

14Red

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Cowherd's giddy today, one of his LA teams won for once. He's such a flip flopper. He acts like Matt Stafford had nothing to do with the Lions failures...he's the stinking Quarterback!!!! Of course he could had been alot better in Detroit. He was even that guy last night, he gives the opponent a few opportunities game to stay in it.
 

Smarty2022

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Mo Egger and Tony Pike do a Great job on the radio. Most of those national guys are just ego maniacs with an opinion.
 

The Butler

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I’m sure this has nothing to do with the Lakers going down the drain, and the Cavs on the upswing, right?

Never let a good band wagon pass you by. The guy went from lowly sports reporter at the Beacon Journal to making big money as a talking head on TV thanks to covering one guy.
 
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