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Skip Bayless's article "Wake Me Up When It's Over" (1 Viewer)

Jeremy

Footballguy
Hmm. I'll agree that Skip is annoying in general, but this year's Superbowl matchup is kind of a snoozer. :yawn:

 

Kosar

Footballguy
Whoever thinks the Super Bowl is a snoozer in ANY year is not a true fan. Period.That includes the blowouts.

 

AhrnCityPahnder

Yinz-o-riffic
The Steelers, the first sixth seed to make it to the Super Bowl, barely made the playoffs thanks to a fairly easy closing schedule. They beat Kyle Orton's Bears in a snowstorm in Pittsburgh, then took care of Minnesota, Cleveland and Detroit.But would they have won their first playoff game, in Cincinnati, if Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer hadn't been hurt on his second play? Doubtful. Would they have finished off the season's most shocking upset, in Indianapolis, if Colts cornerback Nick Harper hadn't weaved back into a sprawling ankle tackle by Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger? No. Would the Steelers have been able to win in Foxborough if the Broncos hadn't upset the Patriots the week before in Denver? Highly doubtful. Would the Steelers have won in Denver if an early poor pass by Roethlisberger had been picked off in the flat by Champ Bailey and returned for a stadium-rocking touchdown? Probably not.
Hey Skip: :ptts:
 

cstu

Footballguy
How is this one a snoozer? You have two evenly matched teams both playing for something - the Seahawks first Super Bowl win and Bettis' HOF bid. Not to mention a chance for Hasselbeck or Roethlisberger to establish themselves as the NFL's QB elite.

 

bagger.

The One Play Quiz
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.Skip: :fishing:All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:

 
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hobbes4

Footballguy
How is this one a snoozer? You have two evenly matched teams both playing for something - the Seahawks first Super Bowl win and Bettis' HOF bid. Not to mention a chance for Hasselbeck or Roethlisberger to establish themselves as the NFL's QB elite.
:goodposting:
 

Shrek

Having a great season
Whoever thinks the Super Bowl is a snoozer in ANY year is not a true fan. Period.

That includes the blowouts.
Agreed. I remember when a lot of people were saying the same thing about the Patriots/Panthers game a few years ago. This will be a good game.
 

monessen

Footballguy
So, Skip Bayless's point is that the story of this upcoming Super Bowl is that there is no real story in his estimation. Wow. I can see where ESPN.com would be hot to print such a vital article.They also recently posted a piece on their Page 2 segment by editorial writer David Schoenfield that did little beyond rehashing the points already made (and made better) on this site about Jerome Bettis as a prospective Hall of Famer. It was a case study in fence-sitting since Schoenfield came down squarely on both sides of the issue. Since there's no chance that Hunter Thompson or Ralph Wiley will be returning to that company, maybe it's time they sought some fresh talent.

 

beto

Footballguy
Whoever thinks the Super Bowl is a snoozer in ANY year is not a true fan. Period.

That includes the blowouts.
Agreed. I remember when a lot of people were saying the same thing about the Patriots/Panthers game a few years ago. This will be a good game.
From some of the commentary I have heard it is now "cool" to say that you aren't going to watch the Superbowl. Most of it from Hollywood and media types. GB them.
 

jwvdcw

Footballguy
this year's conference championship games and SB are the worst matchups I've ever seen since I became a serious fan in the late 80s, although I could understand why a non-Ravens fan might make that claim about 2000.

 

DoctorDetroit

Chocolate Thunder
this year's conference championship games and SB are the worst matchups I've ever seen since I became a serious fan in the late 80s, although I could understand why a non-Ravens fan might make that claim about 2000.
Painful huh? :cry: It'll be ok.

 

Fumbleweed

Footballguy
Yeah, it's a shame guys like Michael Vick couldn't be in the game to give it more appeal.I guess we'll have to settle for the BEST teams and players instead of the MOST MEDIA HYPED teams and players. What a shame. ;)

 

cstu

Footballguy
Yeah, it's a shame guys like Michael Vick couldn't be in the game to give it more appeal.

I guess we'll have to settle for the BEST teams and players instead of the MOST MEDIA HYPED teams and players. What a shame. ;)
:goodposting: It's sad that potential media ratings are now dictating what a good Super Bowl matchup is.

 

milkyclr

Footballguy
Between skip and woody paige, I really wouldn't mind if the set of 1st and 10 exploded with them inside. They're the two biggest morons in sports analysis put together on the same set. Tape an episode and then watch it a week later and compare it to what they say that week. 180 degrees different on about 90 percent of what they said before.

 

BoulderBob

Footballguy
This should be a great match between two deserving teams. Bayless is one of the bigger tools in the business, ignore him. ESPN needs some competition, as they have become fat and lazy...

 
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BoulderBob

Footballguy
Yeah, it's a shame guys like Michael Vick couldn't be in the game to give it more appeal.

I guess we'll have to settle for the BEST teams and players instead of the MOST MEDIA HYPED teams and players. What a shame.  ;)
:goodposting: It's sad that potential media ratings are now dictating what a good Super Bowl matchup is.
It's even worse when "fans" use ratings as a way to downplay a game/series/event...
 

nerangers

Footballguy
http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story...=bayless/060130

I can't stand this guy. Why is he even going? I'd glady take his ticket. I'm sure no one would miss him if he didn't go. He is such a moron on Cold Pizza. I don't think the man has ever made a single statement I've agreed with. He is a waste of sperm.
What do these guys know? The Patriots vs Panthers Super Bowl was ear marked to be a snoozefest, and it was one of the best Super Bowls to watch...all defense in the first half, all offense on the second half.I think the Seahawks vs Steelers will be a good SB!

 

TheLaw

Footballguy
Skip hates the Steelers for some reason. Anybody know why? He seemed to never have a positive thing to say about them all season.

 

gump

Footballguy
If the Steelers win, SB 40 will be top 3 all-time in merchandise sales...along with the Pats 2nd win and the Bucs win. If the Seahawks win, SB 40 will still be top 10, and will surpass last year's numbers for the Patriots.

 

nerangers

Footballguy
If the Steelers win, SB 40 will be top 3 all-time in merchandise sales...along with the Pats 2nd win and the Bucs win.

If the Seahawks win, SB 40 will still be top 10, and will surpass last year's numbers for the Patriots.
Sorry....us Patriot fans bought enough stuff in 2001 and 2003. :D
 

Capella

CAPELLODINHO
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.

 

Joe Bryant

Guide
Staff member
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
What bagger said.This should be a great matchup. Lots of good angles. This would have been a great game in November and it should be a great game this Sunday. GB the Super Bowl. The biggest game in the world.

J

 

Joe Bryant

Guide
Staff member
Skip hates the Steelers for some reason.  Anybody know why?  He seemed to never have a positive thing to say about them all season.
Wait. He's not ...disrespecting them is he? :lmao: The fight every year over which team is disrespected the most has become one of the more amusing aspects of the game.

J

 
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MLBrandow

Guest
The only "vested interest" I have in this Super Bowl is that the Seahawks need to get their asses handed to them, because I've been picking on them all year and they're about to win the Super Bowl by taking out two 6 seeds and a 5 seed after playing in the league's easiest division and with the league's easiest schedule.Get what I mean?

 

BoulderBob

Footballguy
The only "vested interest" I have in this Super Bowl is that the Seahawks need to get their asses handed to them, because I've been picking on them all year and they're about to win the Super Bowl by taking out two 6 seeds and a 5 seed after playing in the league's easiest division and with the league's easiest schedule.

Get what I mean?
:lmao:
 

beto

Footballguy
this year's conference championship games and SB are the worst matchups I've ever seen since I became a serious fan in the late 80s, although I could understand why a non-Ravens fan might make that claim about 2000.
Please grow up.
 

JHeb

Footballguy
Skip is constantly taking stances that are outrageous, etc. just to get ratings and to get people talking about sports...Don't take everything he says seriously, that's kind of his angle and apparently many of you don't realize that.He and Woody Paige seem to work well together if you ask me...Would you want two guys who agree on everything? I enjoy them both on Cold Pizza...It's entertaining.You guys shouldn't take TV Talking Heads so seriously...

 

TheLaw

Footballguy
Skip hates the Steelers for some reason.  Anybody know why?  He seemed to never have a positive thing to say about them all season.
Wait. He's not ...disrespecting them is he? :lmao: The fight every year over which team is disrespected the most has become one of the more amusing aspects of the game.

J
Did I say that? Skip seemingly has his own personal vendetta against the Steelers. People here have been saying this about Skip exclusively for the entire playoffs. Maybe it's just the circles I run with, but Skip Bayless has been the topic of several conversations since the playoffs began.
 

Jeremy

Footballguy
If you're looking for a good football game, then you might get one. The two teams are good. I've just got no reason to invest any emotion in the outcome other than being a Packer fan rooting for Holmgren. That's what this game is lacking, IMO. Last years matchup of the Pats and Eagles was much more interesting as far as the drama goes. Eagles finally make the Superbowl after years of falling just short. McNabb, one of the games biggest stars, has a chance to win the big one. Can someone defeat the mighty Patriots? Can Tom Brady and Bill Belichek add another championship ring to their growing legacy. Just not feeling much of that in this one. You can only go to the "Bus is coming home to win a championship" well so many times. I don't envy the media having to try to hype this one. They've got their work cut out for them. I'll watch because I enjoy football, but I'm not counting down the hours or anything. :shrug:

 

TheLaw

Footballguy
It is the SUPER BOWL! What is wrong with you people?? What more hype do you need other than it is the SUPER BOWL???

 

Borat

Footballguy
Skip is constantly taking stances that are outrageous, etc. just to get ratings and to get people talking about sports...Don't take everything he says seriously, that's kind of his angle and apparently many of you don't realize that.

He and Woody Paige seem to work well together if you ask me...Would you want two guys who agree on everything? I enjoy them both on Cold Pizza...It's entertaining.

You guys shouldn't take TV Talking Heads so seriously...
:goodposting:
 

Evilgrin 72

Distributor of Pain
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.
I don't get this. Clearly, the best team in each conference is playing here, neither left any doubt on their way to this game. Steeler fan aside, for me, that's what the Super Bowl is all about - this is a GREAT matchup. 3.5 point line says a lot too. We're likely headed towards a very entertaining, close game - plus, you have one team with as rich a tradition as any franchise in the league, and another playing in its first Super Bowl in team history. What more do you want?
 
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Capella

CAPELLODINHO
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.
I don't get this. Clearly, the best team in each conference is playing here, neither left any doubt on their way to this game. Steeler fan aside, for me, that's what the Super Bowl is all about - this is a GREAT matchup. 3.5 point line says a lot too. We're likely headed towards a very entertaining, close game - plus, you have one team with as rich a tradition as any franchise in the league, and another playing in its first Super Bowl in team history. What more do you want?
Nothing about the game excites me, other than it's the Super Bowl. There's no sure-fire Hall of Famers (except probably Walter Jones), no drama between the teams, no team climbling the mountain like the Eagles last year, no team trying to stay on top like the Pats last year. Nothing that ties them together like Gruden going against the Raiders, no big underdog like the Pats going against the Rams. You're a homer, I don't expect you to agree.

 

Evilgrin 72

Distributor of Pain
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.
I don't get this. Clearly, the best team in each conference is playing here, neither left any doubt on their way to this game. Steeler fan aside, for me, that's what the Super Bowl is all about - this is a GREAT matchup. 3.5 point line says a lot too. We're likely headed towards a very entertaining, close game - plus, you have one team with as rich a tradition as any franchise in the league, and another playing in its first Super Bowl in team history. What more do you want?
Nothing about the game excites me, other than it's the Super Bowl. There's no sure-fire Hall of Famers (except probably Walter Jones), no drama between the teams, no team climbling the mountain like the Eagles last year, no team trying to stay on top like the Pats last year. Nothing that ties them together like Gruden going against the Raiders, no big underdog like the Pats going against the Rams. You're a homer, I don't expect you to agree.
OK, those are reasons I can understand, I was just curious. To me, it's (as most recent Super Bowls have been) a much better game than in years past (the 90s come to mind - snoozefest 56-10 games every damn year, it seemed.) That's how I qualify a good Super Bowl, rather than by the storylines/angles.BTW - Bettis is a sure-fire Hall of Famer, regardless of whether or not you or I thinks he's qualified.

 

Capella

CAPELLODINHO
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.
I don't get this. Clearly, the best team in each conference is playing here, neither left any doubt on their way to this game. Steeler fan aside, for me, that's what the Super Bowl is all about - this is a GREAT matchup. 3.5 point line says a lot too. We're likely headed towards a very entertaining, close game - plus, you have one team with as rich a tradition as any franchise in the league, and another playing in its first Super Bowl in team history. What more do you want?
Nothing about the game excites me, other than it's the Super Bowl. There's no sure-fire Hall of Famers (except probably Walter Jones), no drama between the teams, no team climbling the mountain like the Eagles last year, no team trying to stay on top like the Pats last year. Nothing that ties them together like Gruden going against the Raiders, no big underdog like the Pats going against the Rams. You're a homer, I don't expect you to agree.
OK, those are reasons I can understand, I was just curious. To me, it's (as most recent Super Bowls have been) a much better game than in years past (the 90s come to mind - snoozefest 56-10 games every damn year, it seemed.) That's how I qualify a good Super Bowl, rather than by the storylines/angles.BTW - Bettis is a sure-fire Hall of Famer, regardless of whether or not you or I thinks he's qualified.
Yeah I forgot about Bettis. I don't actually expect him to play a big part in the game.All I'm saying is, the hype for this game does nothing for me. I like my Super Bowls to have a little bit of intrigue going into the game -- I already expect them to be a solid matchup.

As for the regular-season comment -- this just isn't a game I'd think to myself "man, I can't miss that."

 

Evilgrin 72

Distributor of Pain
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.
I don't get this. Clearly, the best team in each conference is playing here, neither left any doubt on their way to this game. Steeler fan aside, for me, that's what the Super Bowl is all about - this is a GREAT matchup. 3.5 point line says a lot too. We're likely headed towards a very entertaining, close game - plus, you have one team with as rich a tradition as any franchise in the league, and another playing in its first Super Bowl in team history. What more do you want?
Nothing about the game excites me, other than it's the Super Bowl. There's no sure-fire Hall of Famers (except probably Walter Jones), no drama between the teams, no team climbling the mountain like the Eagles last year, no team trying to stay on top like the Pats last year. Nothing that ties them together like Gruden going against the Raiders, no big underdog like the Pats going against the Rams. You're a homer, I don't expect you to agree.
OK, those are reasons I can understand, I was just curious. To me, it's (as most recent Super Bowls have been) a much better game than in years past (the 90s come to mind - snoozefest 56-10 games every damn year, it seemed.) That's how I qualify a good Super Bowl, rather than by the storylines/angles.BTW - Bettis is a sure-fire Hall of Famer, regardless of whether or not you or I thinks he's qualified.
Yeah I forgot about Bettis. I don't actually expect him to play a big part in the game.All I'm saying is, the hype for this game does nothing for me. I like my Super Bowls to have a little bit of intrigue going into the game -- I already expect them to be a solid matchup.

As for the regular-season comment -- this just isn't a game I'd think to myself "man, I can't miss that."
I follow you.Bayless cracked me up in that article by saying that Walter Jones was the only surefire HOF'er in the game (like if he blew his leg up Sunday and never played again, he'd be a cinch - :confused: )

He also said that "best case" - the Steelers have 3 HOF candidates, Bettis, Roethlisberger, and Polamalu - and that no-one else has a chance. I had to laugh at that. Walter Jones is a cinch, but Faneca has no chance - they've both been to 5 Pro Bowls although Faneca has been around 1 fewer season than Jones. OK, Skip. And Ward, I suppose, hasn't got a prayer, despite the fact that he's already got almost 600 receptions, nearly 7,000 yards and over 50 TDs and he's 29. He's missed 1 game in his career and LOVES to play, if he only plays until age 35 (entirely possible for a guy like him) - at his current pace, he'd have 1,040 catches for 12,597 yards and 97 TDs. Those are Steve Largent numbers.

Bayless = numbnuts, whether I agree with his opinion of this game or not.

Edit to add : that's just the Steelers I'm talking about also, haven't even mentioned Shaun Alexander....

 
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Frenchy Fuqua

Footballguy
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.
I don't get this. Clearly, the best team in each conference is playing here, neither left any doubt on their way to this game. Steeler fan aside, for me, that's what the Super Bowl is all about - this is a GREAT matchup. 3.5 point line says a lot too. We're likely headed towards a very entertaining, close game - plus, you have one team with as rich a tradition as any franchise in the league, and another playing in its first Super Bowl in team history. What more do you want?
Nothing about the game excites me, other than it's the Super Bowl. There's no sure-fire Hall of Famers (except probably Walter Jones), no drama between the teams, no team climbling the mountain like the Eagles last year, no team trying to stay on top like the Pats last year. Nothing that ties them together like Gruden going against the Raiders, no big underdog like the Pats going against the Rams. You're a homer, I don't expect you to agree.
OK, those are reasons I can understand, I was just curious. To me, it's (as most recent Super Bowls have been) a much better game than in years past (the 90s come to mind - snoozefest 56-10 games every damn year, it seemed.) That's how I qualify a good Super Bowl, rather than by the storylines/angles.BTW - Bettis is a sure-fire Hall of Famer, regardless of whether or not you or I thinks he's qualified.
Yeah I forgot about Bettis. I don't actually expect him to play a big part in the game.All I'm saying is, the hype for this game does nothing for me. I like my Super Bowls to have a little bit of intrigue going into the game -- I already expect them to be a solid matchup.

As for the regular-season comment -- this just isn't a game I'd think to myself "man, I can't miss that."
But you're a Bucs fan, doesn't that apply to 99% of the games the Bucs have ever played?
 

mcjc4

Footballguy
Skip is an Idiot! I actually tried to be a cold pizza fan until the show revolved around those 2 JACKOFFS. getting rid of Kit helped, but then those 2 drove me nuts.

 

zoni

Footballguy
I am so psyched for this Super Bowl, and I have no vested interest in either team.
You said it. No particular allegience to either team here either, but I think this will be a great game and I'm looking forward to it.
 

jwvdcw

Footballguy
this year's conference championship games and SB are the worst matchups I've ever seen since I became a serious fan in the late 80s, although I could understand why a non-Ravens fan might make that claim about 2000.
Please grow up.
:confused: This year's conference matchups were the first conference championship games that I havn't watched in 15 years. I just don't care for these teams at all and have absolutely no rooting interest. I understand that fans of those teams feel differently. Why do I need to "grow up"?

 

jwvdcw

Footballguy
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.
I don't get this. Clearly, the best team in each conference is playing here, neither left any doubt on their way to this game. Steeler fan aside, for me, that's what the Super Bowl is all about - this is a GREAT matchup. 3.5 point line says a lot too. We're likely headed towards a very entertaining, close game - plus, you have one team with as rich a tradition as any franchise in the league, and another playing in its first Super Bowl in team history. What more do you want?
I disagree with this on both accounts, although I don't feel like getting in a huge argument over it.I think Carolina and Indy are the best teams in each conference. I think Carolina felt the sting of playing 4 straight on the road and not having a bye week and playing at Seattle, and I think Indy just had one bad game. I would actually put NE at #3 and then these two teams.

But thats not to say that these teams aren't deserving. They both beat who was put in front of them, so congrats to them both.

 

jwvdcw

Footballguy
lol at bayless reeling all of you right in.

Skip: :fishing:

All of you: :fishy: :fishy: :fishy:
:goodposting: I will say that if this game took place during the regular-season, I wouldn't even go out of my way to watch.
I don't get this. Clearly, the best team in each conference is playing here, neither left any doubt on their way to this game. Steeler fan aside, for me, that's what the Super Bowl is all about - this is a GREAT matchup. 3.5 point line says a lot too. We're likely headed towards a very entertaining, close game - plus, you have one team with as rich a tradition as any franchise in the league, and another playing in its first Super Bowl in team history. What more do you want?
Nothing about the game excites me, other than it's the Super Bowl. There's no sure-fire Hall of Famers (except probably Walter Jones), no drama between the teams, no team climbling the mountain like the Eagles last year, no team trying to stay on top like the Pats last year. Nothing that ties them together like Gruden going against the Raiders, no big underdog like the Pats going against the Rams. You're a homer, I don't expect you to agree.
OK, those are reasons I can understand, I was just curious. To me, it's (as most recent Super Bowls have been) a much better game than in years past (the 90s come to mind - snoozefest 56-10 games every damn year, it seemed.) That's how I qualify a good Super Bowl, rather than by the storylines/angles.BTW - Bettis is a sure-fire Hall of Famer, regardless of whether or not you or I thinks he's qualified.
Yeah I forgot about Bettis. I don't actually expect him to play a big part in the game.All I'm saying is, the hype for this game does nothing for me. I like my Super Bowls to have a little bit of intrigue going into the game -- I already expect them to be a solid matchup.

As for the regular-season comment -- this just isn't a game I'd think to myself "man, I can't miss that."
I follow you.Bayless cracked me up in that article by saying that Walter Jones was the only surefire HOF'er in the game (like if he blew his leg up Sunday and never played again, he'd be a cinch - :confused: )

He also said that "best case" - the Steelers have 3 HOF candidates, Bettis, Roethlisberger, and Polamalu - and that no-one else has a chance. I had to laugh at that. Walter Jones is a cinch, but Faneca has no chance - they've both been to 5 Pro Bowls although Faneca has been around 1 fewer season than Jones. OK, Skip. And Ward, I suppose, hasn't got a prayer, despite the fact that he's already got almost 600 receptions, nearly 7,000 yards and over 50 TDs and he's 29. He's missed 1 game in his career and LOVES to play, if he only plays until age 35 (entirely possible for a guy like him) - at his current pace, he'd have 1,040 catches for 12,597 yards and 97 TDs. Those are Steve Largent numbers.

Bayless = numbnuts, whether I agree with his opinion of this game or not.

Edit to add : that's just the Steelers I'm talking about also, haven't even mentioned Shaun Alexander....
Hines Ward has no chance imo of being a HOFer. Largent played in a different era. Compare Largents numbers against his peers to Ward's numbers against his peers. I agree with you about Faneca. I don't think Bettis is a lock.
 

MarshallRob

Footballguy
Skip is constantly taking stances that are outrageous, etc. just to get ratings and to get people talking about sports...Don't take everything he says seriously, that's kind of his angle and apparently many of you don't realize that.
Right. The guy loves to play the contrarian. It's his schtick. I read his book on the Landry-era Cowboys and while it had some useful bits, I thought it was full of inappropriate criticism of Landry the man (as opposed to Landry the coach). The one thing I don't get about Bayless is that it doesn't seems like he actually enjoys watching any of the sports he gets paid to comment on.
 

Incogneto

Footballguy
Hmm...this seems like the only thing that both Steeler and Seahawk fans agree on this week...Skip Bayless is a tool.

 

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