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Boomer Esiason has normally been respectful of Brady, but made some poor decisions with his comments last week about the Patriots QB.

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Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by TB12GOATQB, Jan 21, 2019.

  1. luuked

    luuked Pro Bowl Player

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    I doubt any team will be able to pry him away from CBS. That would require stupid money.
     
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  2. fair catch fryar

    fair catch fryar In the Starting Line-Up

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    It's on, but I never listen to the TV anymore, just Socci and Zolak in the background.
     
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    TinhWoodhead In the Starting Line-Up

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    When in Rom.. mo
     
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  4. italian pat patriot

    italian pat patriot In the Starting Line-Up

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    He is the best...good for Cbs...he has been lovely to hear all season...chapeau...
     
  5. Patsfanin Philly

    Patsfanin Philly Pro Bowl Player

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    I'd rather see him brought back in training camp to school future Patriot QBs....
     
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  6. 203Pat

    203Pat Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    I didn’t really want to like him but I do. He gets excited and not in a forced over the top way like Tessitore. He offers interesting perspectives and good insight into the thinking a QB goes through on a play.
     
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    Romo is a goddamn legend.
     
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    RIpats88 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Too bad he couldnt read the defense like that when he was playing.
     
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  9. DropKickFlutie

    DropKickFlutie 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    Romo is the best former player analyst ever
     
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    TheRainMaker In the Starting Line-Up

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    He told Nance a few times during the game that he was getting ahead of himself.
     
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  11. nabwong

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    He could. He just couldn’t execute.
     
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    My only complaint from last night's game was his commentary on the Edelman non-muff. At first he's saying "it didn't touch him!", and going through the replays he essentially proved his position (that part where he was saying "look at the right thumb" and the next angle showed it didn't touch the right thumb).

    But then after the call comes down, he starts saying he doesn't know for sure whether it touched or not, giving ammo for controversy regarding the call.
     
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    He is just awesome. My favorite thing about his announcing is his enthusiasm. He has an obvious passion for the game and is watching as a fan.
     
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    That was the best game I’ve ever heard anyone call last night. I sincerely hope he doesn’t go into coaching because he would be a massive loss. Easily the best in the game.
     
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  15. captain stone

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    Romo still needs to stop talking a couple of seconds before the next snap. It annoys the piss outta me to hear him - or anyone else - continue to babble while the next play is happening. Andy Brickley does the same shyte during Bruins broadcasts.
     
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    That’s a really low bar.
     
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    He was kind of wishy washy there when it was clear Edelman never touched it, regardless of what Felger and the two douchebags say.
     
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    ViperGTS Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    I kind of remember this. What was Nance spewing from his pie hole?
     
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    My favorite part was him not being afraid to talk about how the refs were unfairly calling the game in the chiefs favor, and how it was so noticeable. “ Kansas City sure is getting away with a lot of the same thing New England is being called for tonight” that was my favorite. I remember at least 3 occasions where he wasn’t afraid to speak the truth. The NFL can’t like that.
     
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    Caretaker On the Roster

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    Am I dumb or there was a grassy knoll reference? Can anyone provide the link?
     
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