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Samuel L. Jackson

Quick question about Sunday night..

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Is jack in the box any good?

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Who does Collingsworth have pictures on? He is the worst announcer/commentator I have ever seen.

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NBC has destroyed the great Sunday Night Primetime event that ESPN established over the years.

Costas? Olbermann? Collingsworthless? Tiki Barber?

Their watchability is decidedly inferior to that of Berman and Jackson.

Yeah, but at least we don't have to deal with that horrendous Sunday Night Crew that ESPN used to have for the games.

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I'm just pissed about losing Primetime. The NBC offering is pathetic.

You're right about the announce crew. The ESPN announce crew was terrible.

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N-motha-B-fugin'-C, mothafuga!

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Alright.. I wish panthers.com would fix that...

don't they know you'll strike down upon them with great vengance and furious anger Mr. Jackson, if they don't fix that poo!!!!

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Costas? Olbermann? Collingsworthless? Tiki Barber?

Costas and Collinsworth are always going to be interesting, whether you agree with what they're saying or not. Costas has proven to be a good sports talker, and at least Collinsworth played and he also has a sense of humor about how much he sucked on the field. Olbermann and Barber I could do without... well, just because.

Maybe it's because I enjoyed C&C (and Marino, and Carter) on HBO's Inside The NFL, and can't really stand the SHO incarnation.

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Yep, Fox can "protect" a certain number of games from being flexed. But they didn't protect this one. :party:

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