PFTV looks at the Jauron firing

The news of Dick Jauron’s firing broke not long before yours truly made the long and arduous journey to the studios of WDTV (all 1.2 miles of it) for the old-school PFTV segments with Joe Brocato, who contrary to popular opinion has not been replaced by Rosenthal.

Here’s the first of the five new segments, regarding the termination of Coach Jauron and whatever else we talked about but that I can’t currently remember.

Enjoy.

6 responses to “PFTV looks at the Jauron firing

  1. Florio, Bills interim head coach is Perry Fewell, pronounced like ‘fuel’, not ‘Fee-well’.
    Though, to be fair, I suspect he won’t be here past the season so, carry on with Coach Fee-Well.

  2. I took a look at it too. My take:
    He was awful as a head coach. A classy individual, maybe… but a terrible coach and play caller.
    Bill Parcells: “You are what your record says you are.” In 8 full seasons as a head coach, he’s had 1 winning season. What did they think they were getting in Buffalo when they hired him?
    You can try to point to injuries if you like, but a head coach is responsible for his second string talent being ready to play and step up when called upon.

  3. Good to see Brocato is still around doing segments with you. It’s a bit surprising though, he should have had some job offers by now.
    Do the NBC folks in NYC or Stamford or wherever their studios are located now realize West Virginia is a state, not a municipality? Generally on screen credits with local station call letters identify the location city, not the state. Is there a problem saying WDTV-5, Bridgeport, WV?

  4. It’s funny how some comments just don’t get posted. I guess Florio’s hand waving during his broadcasts are sacred subjects that you just can’t comment on.

  5. SFTitan says:
    November 18, 2009 1:36 PM
    It’s funny how some comments just don’t get posted. I guess Florio’s hand waving during his broadcasts are sacred subjects that you just can’t comment on.
    _________
    Try posting it again. You can comment on his use of hands while speaking and it gets posted. I did.
    Just be prepared to get called out by some of the regular posters on the site of Italian descent who get defensive about that subject.

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