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Chad Pennington On The Herd Now; Working Our Game For Fox This Week

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He is supposed to be "breaking down the young guns" according to their tweet. I didn't know he was working our game...

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Yet, first thing Cowherd does is ask about our game (Cards/Panthers) because Pennington is working it... But immediately asks about what he thinks about Kolb and then asks about Sanchez in NY...

smh...

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Screw the Herd. That opinionated idiot is wrong half the time, and the way he delivers his info he sounds like he constantly sitting on an infected hemroid (i.e. he sounds like a jackass).

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Another perk of going to the game. F Chad Pennington.

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And this is why he sucks. This was the tweet they had up:

HerdOnESPNRadio Colin Cowherd

Chad Pennington is a smart guy! His thoughts on the young gun QB's in the NFL...NEXT in the HERD: es.pn/kAlujf

I tuned in on ESPNU, and this MF NEVER addressed the "young guns" to Pennington. Or at least he came up with his own version. This was the conversation:

You're working the Cards/Panthers game this week, what do you think about the young QB you'll be watching (I'm thinking, YES! Pennington is gonna breakdown Cam) Kevin Kolb?

(Pennington on Kolb, which I expect will then lead to the OTHER QB playing in this game. NOPE.)

What about Mark Sanchez?

(Chad on Sanchez, NY, etc.)

People in Dallas say Romo has matured...

(Chad on Romo)

What do you think about rookie QBs who might be starting by week 8, could it get ugly?

(Chad on this stupid question)

...

That was it... What a waste. This is why I hate Cowturd outside of Sportsnation, and even then he gets on my nerves. He's a kiss ass. All he does is talk big markets, and I don't know how many times I've heard him take shots at Charlotte. He glorifies big markets and trashes everyone else. And in some cases, as with this interview, just completely ignores them even if they are the bigger story.

What a disappointment.

Well,at least we know Pennington is doing our game this week, which I like. Always seemed like a smart guy, good player, someone whose opinion I will respect and will enjoy hearing what he does during the game.

Mods can close this, it was horrible.

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he was my first choice for clipboard carrying backup. he was never spectacular as a player and he was made of glass, but his knowledge of the game has always been great. he would have been a great tutor for a young QB. for sure would have helped on the sidelines and in the classroom as that experienced set of eyes.

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Screw Pennington, screw the Herd, and screw the Marshall Thundering Herd.

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