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CBS wants Tim Tebow in the studio on Sunday

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Just because the Broncos are out of the playoffs, that doesn’t mean you won’t see Tim Tebow on your television during the AFC Championship Game.

CBS has reached out to Tebow to see if he’ll agree to join their studio for Sunday’s Ravens-Patriots game.

From a TV ratings perspective, that’s a no-brainer: Tebow has been the biggest individual draw in the NFL over the last couple months, and his presence in the studio would get more eyeballs on the CBS pregame show.

Tebow hasn’t decided if he’s going to do it. CBS hopes to know whether Tebow will join the show by the middle of this week.

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  1. turk2875 says: Jan 16, 2012 3:55 PM

    Oh God.

  2. dkampling says: Jan 16, 2012 3:56 PM

    Will he be wearing a Superman costume?

  3. bigshirk says: Jan 16, 2012 3:57 PM

    NOOOO!!!!!

  4. boilerup1869 says: Jan 16, 2012 3:57 PM

    God is he going to doing the commentary for the super bowl too? Are they that desperate for something/anything Tebow at every opportunity?

  5. richie500 says: Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Please give me a break. Did you see how much Suh added to the insight?
    And it wasn’t Tebow who brougt the ratings, it was the Steelers.
    What was the rating for Bronco’s-Pats?

  6. coolgato13 says: Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Just when you thought it was safe to watch NFL shows….. :-( NBC better book him early for the Olympics…he`s such an expert on everything !

  7. patsfiend says: Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Really? Look, I like the kid, but enough is enough, already. On the bright side, maybe they’ll replace Shannon Sharpe with Tebow.

  8. wawa33 says: Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Tebow=ratings.

  9. objectivenflfan says: Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Here come the “I’m SICK of hearing about Tim Tebow,” NFL fans.

    Regardless if you’re sick of hearing about Tim Tebow or if you’re a fan – facts are facts, he was just voted the #1 most popular ATHLETE…

    So for the group of people who are tired of hearing about him, the reality is you’ll have to either A) accept his wild popularity or B) continue to cry about it.

  10. roamingabriel says: Jan 16, 2012 3:59 PM

    He can’t be any worse than the rest of that studio group…

  11. mactank1 says: Jan 16, 2012 3:59 PM

    And what’s Tebow going to analyze? Quarterbacks? A pro style offense? I would think that CBS would bring in a guest that knew what he was talking about.

  12. earthtopft says: Jan 16, 2012 4:00 PM

    Tebow will occupy the seat normally reserved for Pete Prisco. Matter of fact CBS offered Tebow the right to sit on top of the little fat guy during the telecast.

  13. iluvwikileaks says: Jan 16, 2012 4:00 PM

    I already attend church on Sunday. I don’t need this.

  14. dkampling says: Jan 16, 2012 4:00 PM

    On a serious note, it can’t be any worse than Suh last week… He looked about as out of place as a beached whale, still better than Shaq on TNT though.

  15. whackman says: Jan 16, 2012 4:00 PM

    Oh, Baby Jesus NO… haven’t we had enough of him.

    Don’t think I want to hear him critiquing other players…

  16. dd2189 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:00 PM

    NO!!! i dont want to hear “first and foremost id like to thank my lord and savior jesus christ…..every damn time those guys come up!

  17. r8danation says: Jan 16, 2012 4:00 PM

    Oh God!

  18. madtolive5 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:01 PM

    They want to run prolife commericals during the game…

  19. Magic Sam says: Jan 16, 2012 4:03 PM

    What the hell will he even talk about? Will he Tebow during halftime?

    Jesus CBS. Christ almighty.

  20. themonster49 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:04 PM

    I feel bad enough just thinking this, but:

    I don’t think I can handle listening to the way that guy talks, with a lack of specifics to not ruffle any feathers and you know to stay positive, and I’m not sure he will bring anything to the Sunday studio table.

  21. irongershwin says: Jan 16, 2012 4:04 PM

    How come Rex Ryan isn’t invited? Hahahahahaha

  22. cshearing says: Jan 16, 2012 4:06 PM

    It will get these eyes off their broadcast, so maybe they should factor that in too.

  23. fofofotey says: Jan 16, 2012 4:07 PM

    CBS employs Dan Dierdorf, or as I call him “mute button.”

  24. nyyjetsknicks says: Jan 16, 2012 4:07 PM

    Looks like I won’t be watching the CBS pre game.

  25. tennis22drew says: Jan 16, 2012 4:07 PM

    Keep them wanting more TRT don’t do it

  26. ironhawk says: Jan 16, 2012 4:07 PM

    I kind of feel bad for Tebow. Half the reason I hate him is because of the Media. Of course he’s the reason for the other half but still. You can tell they just want to milk him for every last penny he’s worth and then they’ll throw him away like trash. It’s an old Hollywood lesson and he’s about to learn it hard.

  27. jagerbolt says: Jan 16, 2012 4:08 PM

    And this is why I try to ignore sports media besides a few websites.

    Look- I get it, he gets the ratings, blah blah blah. I don’t care. He isn’t the real QB story this post-season.

    Alex Smith just gave us a playoff classic that we’ll be talking about for years and I’ve hardly heard his name mentioned at all.

    FAIL!!

  28. whatswiththehate says: Jan 16, 2012 4:08 PM

    objectivenflfan says:Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Here come the “I’m SICK of hearing about Tim Tebow,” NFL fans.

    Regardless if you’re sick of hearing about Tim Tebow or if you’re a fan – facts are facts, he was just voted the #1 most popular ATHLETE…

    So for the group of people who are tired of hearing about him, the reality is you’ll have to either A) accept his wild popularity or B) continue to cry about it.
    —————-
    You mean that survey that was done by ESPN where they left out the fact that it was only 45 people who voted Tim the “# 1 most popular Athlete.” Yeah, 45 people vs. 300 million. Sounds like a majority to me.

  29. magnumpei says: Jan 16, 2012 4:09 PM

    Tebow doesn’t talk like he has a mouthful of marbles like some of those other studio analysts, so I don’t think he’ll do it.

  30. jackybadass says: Jan 16, 2012 4:10 PM

    WHY? maybe simms or marino can teach him how to throw a football!

  31. objectivenflfan says: Jan 16, 2012 4:15 PM

    whatswiththehate says:
    Jan 16, 2012 4:08 PM

    You mean that survey that was done by ESPN where they left out the fact that it was only 45 people who voted Tim the “# 1 most popular Athlete.” Yeah, 45 people vs. 300 million. Sounds like a majority to me.

    ———–

    Yes, that poll.

  32. agamemnon1974 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:16 PM

    The only way I’ll watch the CBS pregame is if I have a few friends over and a few bottles of Jack. Tebow might make a good drinking game. Every time he mentions God or Jesus or some variation, drink.

    I might not see any football on Sunday if I actually do that…

  33. jckid21 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:17 PM

    CBS has just come to agreement with Tebow. He will be in studio on Sunday and will be Craig Carton will be fluffing Tebow prior to his debut.

    Botcha Gollut Jones

  34. rysol says: Jan 16, 2012 4:19 PM

    Please, Brett Favre, come back. We do want you, afterall. Brett Favre to the Skins? The Colts (you know, to mentor a protege in Luck).

    You are the only one who can save us from this Tebow onslaught.

  35. 6ball says: Jan 16, 2012 4:19 PM

    .

    Why not bring in an NFC D-lineman with a bad rep and have him talk about the sponsor:s sandwiches. I enjoyed the infomercial as much as the Saints – 49ers game.

    .

  36. nunpuncher says: Jan 16, 2012 4:20 PM

    Of course CBS wants him because there’s a zero percent chance of the network getting a fine from the FCC. And Tebow will probably demand that he bring’s his own swear jar.

  37. TheWizard says: Jan 16, 2012 4:21 PM

    I love it.

    That being said, if I were he I wouldn’t do it. Build some more cred first.

    *I like Dierdorf – I suspect the people always bashing him thought that the blubbering John Madden was fantastic – opinions vary

  38. Henry says: Jan 16, 2012 4:21 PM

    You know if he had something to actually say, like a Rodney Harrison or someone good, I might watch him.
    But Tebow is nothing but a little goody 2-shoes, a ‘yes sir, no sir’ boy who will NOT make any contribution to any broadcast.
    And for the guy above, yes, I’m sooooooooooo sick of Timmy Tebow!

  39. maddenisfordorks says: Jan 16, 2012 4:21 PM

    How about a team of real experts that make insightful comments?

    They’ve made it into a special Ed program with a bunch of laughing hyenas and now a Binny Hinn spinoff.

  40. justwinbaby29 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:21 PM

    First Suh and then Tebow?

    Handwave to CBS.

  41. bigtganks says: Jan 16, 2012 4:25 PM

    Get Tebow and Skip Bayless both on.

  42. fwippel says: Jan 16, 2012 4:26 PM

    Uh boy, this sounds like a desperate attempt by CBS to boost their ratings. That is the ONLY reason for this offer.

    Thing is, if he agrees to it, he’ll probably donate the money the pay him to charity. And yes, it’ll probably make his haters even that much madder at him.

  43. rj88888 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:26 PM

    CBS must be desperate, maybe even greedy. Or is Tebowmania eternal?

  44. nejerseygirl says: Jan 16, 2012 4:31 PM

    objectivenflfan says: Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Here come the “I’m SICK of hearing about Tim Tebow,” NFL fans.

    Regardless if you’re sick of hearing about Tim Tebow or if you’re a fan – facts are facts, he was just voted the #1 most popular ATHLETE…

    So for the group of people who are tired of hearing about him, the reality is you’ll have to either A) accept his wild popularity or B) continue to cry about it.
    ______________

    I’ll continue to cry about it, thanks.

    I don’t care that .000015666666666666667% of the population thinks he’s the best athlete. He’s not that good. I get tired of hearing about some other athletes, but at least they have talent.

    I like Tebow.. I was rooting for him at the start of this whole media frenzy.. but now I’m just downright sick of hearing his name.

  45. fatassass says: Jan 16, 2012 4:32 PM

    Too bad he wont be playing Sunday. He couldnt hold the jock of the four quarterbacks left in the playoffs. Maybe the other TV people can ask him why the Broncos lost 4 out of their last 5 games.

  46. thefnlimit says: Jan 16, 2012 4:33 PM

    Sweet, we get to hear him breathing into the microphone so hard and loud that it sounds like he’s jogging in place during interviews.

  47. wte1 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:34 PM

    Simms: Tim what did you think of that pass by Brady to Gronk?

    Tebow: First and foremost I want to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus………………………

  48. briang123 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:34 PM

    madtolive5 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:01 PM

    They want to run prolife commericals during the game…

    ____________________________

    How dare they? After all, people have the right to believe what the liberals say they must believe.

  49. nesuperfan says: Jan 16, 2012 4:35 PM

    richie500 says:Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Please give me a break. Did you see how much Suh added to the insight?
    And it wasn’t Tebow who brougt the ratings, it was the Steelers.
    What was the rating for Bronco’s-Pats?
    __________________________________

    What an idiotic comment. First, you are trying to compare a Saturday night game to a Sunday game. I guess you don’t know that Saturday night is the least watched night on television.

    Second, despite that, the Pats-Broncos game set a record for Saturday night by 3.5M more viewers.

  50. The Baseball Gods says: Jan 16, 2012 4:36 PM

    Well playing football on Sunday is obviously a legitimate reason to miss church. Do you think he will miss church to do a pregame show for CBS?

  51. rc33 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:42 PM

    Today’s media sucks a helluva lot more than Tim Tebow.
    They are disingenuous manipulative dirt bags.
    Their full, unwavering intent is to make Tim Tebow much larger than he should be, right up to the point where everyone on Earth is fed up with hearing about the guy.
    The end result is creating the largest possible target for them to shoot at.
    That’s what they want; they despise Tim Tebow and everything he stands for.
    Hardly a secret.
    IMO, they have earned a Jerry Sandusky-like level of respect.
    And that’s exactly what I give ‘em.

  52. johnnyb216 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:42 PM

    Yes!!! Here I thought I’d have to wait another 8 months to get my Tebow fix!!

  53. broncosfan29 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:47 PM

    @richie500

    It had a lot to do with what day and time it was played.

  54. emma333 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:49 PM

    He just isn’t very articulate…If you listen to him, he has a very limited vocabulary. “It was a lot of fun”, “I’m just really excited about….” and “UHHHHH”. It is very hard to listen to him.. I wonder if when he started his self-promotion campaign years ago, he had any idea it would get this out of control. If he shows up on Sunday, then we know that he has no intention of slowing it down.

  55. objectivenflfan says: Jan 16, 2012 4:50 PM

    nejerseygirl says:
    Jan 16, 2012 4:31 PM

    I’ll continue to cry about it, thanks.

    I don’t care that .000015666666666666667% of the population thinks he’s the best athlete. He’s not that good. I get tired of hearing about some other athletes, but at least they have talent.

    I like Tebow.. I was rooting for him at the start of this whole media frenzy.. but now I’m just downright sick of hearing his name.

    —–
    Snooki,

    That’s too bad you let the media make your decisions for you. I’m not a Tebow fan or a Tebow hater. He went 8-5 and has a total of 29 TD’s in his first 16 games. He has the talent, not the mechanics. Some can be corrected, some cannot. It’s a wild story, but one that will continue until the speculation becomes fact, either way.

  56. backdraft440 says: Jan 16, 2012 4:50 PM

    He better do as much as he can on or off the field, because in two years he will be out of the NFL!

  57. bengalsneedagm says: Jan 16, 2012 4:51 PM

    Enough already. As a football fan, I’d rather hear from a good QB that blew his playoff game (Aaron Rodgers). As opposed to a poor QB that just blows.

  58. mannyicey says: Jan 16, 2012 4:58 PM

    Tebow is instant ratings. This guy’s life is crazy right now.

    I mean, he’s in New England, basically complimenting everyone on the great job they’re doing. But he may give some insight as to what the defenses may do. (Being critical? No. Dan Marino is right at his left-side doing the honors.)

    Then, he may get a call to the Pro Bowl. If not, he’ll hit a beach that next weekend, then fend off advances from Katy Perry’s mom, trying to hook him up with her daughter.

    (Both of them will be grossed out. Katy Perry may get with a Christian, but more of a “bad-guy” Christian, not the “good-guy” type. And Tim Tebow’s looking for Christian blond contestants on the Miss America pageant that he DVR’ed.)

    Then, off to the Philippines to hang out, preach and check on the building of his hospital.

    But first thing Monday morning, he’ll be at John Elway’s office. Football don’t stop for Tebow this off-season. It shouldn’t.

  59. eknirb says: Jan 16, 2012 5:22 PM

    how many more guys can they cram into that set?

  60. play4blood says: Jan 16, 2012 5:28 PM

    God damn it. Make it stop already.

  61. critter69 says: Jan 16, 2012 5:45 PM

    I wasn’t particularly planning on watching the pre-game show, but I wasn’t particularly planning on not watching it either.

    If that idiot is on it though, I defenitely will NOT watch the pre-game show. Paraphrasing Bob Knight’s observations about pro basketball – “I’d rather watch a special on public television on frog mating habits than watch that train wreck.”

  62. pastabelly says: Jan 16, 2012 6:05 PM

    irongershwin says:
    Jan 16, 2012 4:04 PM
    How come Rex Ryan isn’t invited? Hahahahahaha
    ===================================
    I would love to see Ryan invited. He is a former Ravens coach, knows the Patriots well, and is never guarded on his comments. I usually don’t watch pre-game shows. I’d tune in for Ryan even though I don’t like him. I would avoid Tebow at all costs. It’s not as if he even understands what it takes to be a quarterback in the NFL. He brings nothing to the table (but ratings).

  63. melikefootball says: Jan 16, 2012 6:14 PM

    Lets get this straight, CBS wants Tebow who has won nothing, yes beat a banged up Steelers team in overtime, while Brees and Rogers sits at home and are up for MVP awards. Yes makes perfect sense.

  64. rdrs68 says: Jan 16, 2012 6:24 PM

    good the rest of the country can watch this simple tool. it’s so bad in Denver you can’t get the weather without hearing the latest Tebow news and don’t even get me started on the D-Bags who get down on one knee and Tebow.

  65. maddenisfordorks says: Jan 16, 2012 6:29 PM

    The dude can’t throw a spiral.

    He is going to tell us something about football?

    Just give him his own TV network, and let the majority of us live in a Tebow free environment until our team plays the donks again (if he is still in the NFL).

  66. wavoka says: Jan 16, 2012 7:01 PM

    If he is in the studio I will find something else to watch until the game starts and switch channels again at halftime.

    If he is in the booth I will watch the game on mute.

  67. egomaniac247 says: Jan 16, 2012 7:16 PM

    The guy has literally done /said EVERYTHING you’d want a good leader to say……and yet look at the anger toward him personally. So hes not a great Qb….why the personal animosity? Because he mentions Jesus?

  68. roadtrip3500 says: Jan 16, 2012 8:14 PM

    CBS, Fox, NFLN, and ESPN need to think about cutting people from these shows, not adding to them. Back in the “old days”, Phyllis/Jayne did an interview, Greek gave a few picks, and Brent and Irv went through the entire league in the remainder of the 30 minutes allotted. Now these pre-game/halftime/post-game shows look like a Family Feud panel with no one having enough time to make a decent point… ESPN’s Monday night pre-game has enough people on it to do Hollywood Squares.

  69. conspiracygenerator says: Jan 16, 2012 8:32 PM

    objectivenflfan says: Jan 16, 2012 3:58 PM

    Here come the “I’m SICK of hearing about Tim Tebow,” NFL fans.

    Regardless if you’re sick of hearing about Tim Tebow or if you’re a fan – facts are facts, he was just voted the #1 most popular ATHLETE…

    So for the group of people who are tired of hearing about him, the reality is you’ll have to either A) accept his wild popularity or B) continue to cry about it.
    ________________________________

    He was voted the most popular athlete, but as PFT accurately pointed out, that ‘survey’ consisted of a total of about 40 people (voting Tebow most popular). Now, I don’t agree or disagree either way, nor do I care…but right now, objectivenflfan’s count is: THUMBS UP: 87 THUMBS DOWN: 167

    Seeing this, I felt compelled to say I hope the rest of you are much more level headed than the previous raters, because his post is accurate. If you hate Tebow, you will either have to bitch about it, or accept it….there really is no other option. The bottom line is, the Broncos-Steelers game was THE MOST WATCHED PROGRAM on television since last years Super Bowl. (I broke my own rule with capital letters there). Love him or hate him, the dude produces ratings, so to me, having 187 thumbs down on a comment that simply states the obvious is crazy. Let’s get our heads on straight and focus here people, it’s football.

    That being said, I can’t wait for these next games. Being an Eagles fan, I obv didn’t want to see the Giants defeat the Packers, but give it up to them, they’re playing lights out football right now. Additionally, Tom Brady looks like a stone cold killer, and crappy defense be damned, I want to go on record now saying they’re gonna claim the Lombardi Trophy. The reason? Because Ochocino said last week “This guy has me walking on eggshells, which is something i’ve never had to do. He gets on you about the tiniest detail, but holds himself to the same standard”.

    Dammit….I don’t even like the Patriots.

  70. steelbreeze676 says: Jan 16, 2012 10:25 PM

    If they make him sing and dance like a chicken I’m all for it. If he’s gonna give a big gee whiz interview I’ll be watching scantily clad chicks on the spanish channel before the game.

  71. barbeaux says: Jan 16, 2012 10:28 PM

    You know what’s crazy? Tebow, in his second year, ranks at or near the bottom in all QB stats, beats bad teams, gets blown out by good teams yet is fawned over by the media and is proclaimed to be a great QB because he is a Christian. Cam Newton, in his first year, throws for 3000 yards and runs for several hundred…the first time any QB has done that ever and gets very little attention. I like to play basketball, but being a Christian doesn’t make me a great point guard. He’s a good athlete, but not a good QB. Spare me the “but he wins” argument. Go analyze the cardinals and check the win/loss similarities and tell me why they had no mania.

  72. robatopia says: Jan 16, 2012 10:42 PM

    pastabelly says:
    Jan 16, 2012 6:05 PM

    I would love to see Ryan invited. He is a former Ravens coach, knows the Patriots well, and is never guarded on his comments. I usually don’t watch pre-game shows. I’d tune in for Ryan even though I don’t like him.
    ===================================

    Very good points, I’d raise that to “Ryan would be the perfect guest for this game.”

    If CBS does a prepared segment playing to Tebow’s strengths, perhaps something highlighting the many players who do extensive community work rather than making/skewing headlines via criminal behavior, that could work well.

  73. andyisfat says: Jan 16, 2012 10:47 PM

    Allah bless you Tebow.

  74. cavalieryankee says: Jan 17, 2012 2:56 AM

    All of this hype surrounding Tebow is nauseating. It is just as discomforting to watch the national media take such a shallow approach to “Tebowmania.” Yes, outlets mention his Christianity as a component to his popularity but not once have I read a report regarding the potential influence of his geography.

    Just 65 miles south of Denver is the “Evangelical Vatican” of Colorado Springs, the second biggest city in the state. Obviously by proximity this city has a large stake in the Bronco’s bottom line while also harboring one of the world’s loudest and best funded Evangelical contingencies. That helps explain both Elway’s vague commitment to Teblow and the rabid support of his fans.

    Elway seems to be playing politics in an attempt not to alienate the fan base while trying to maintain his credibility as a knowledgeable football mind. His vague answers (defined by his modifiers) coupled with the personal coaching he promises is all in hope of absolving responsibility of Teblow’s probable failure.

    Teblow’s vehement support seems to be derived from folks who place faith over statistics or those who just hopelessly root for the jersey. Faith over facts wouldn’t be nearly as comical or transparent had it’s blanket not been placed over an industry based on verifiable numbers and observable performances. For those that cry out, “He wins,” I will remind you that was potentially McDaniel’s only argument in drafting him so high.

    Hopefully you haven’t been fired for your foolishness. If you were, you certainly didn’t burden your prior employer with a Trojan Horse. He dictated to future suitors his divisive nature by his involvement in pre-draft national commercials while respected scouts discredited his value as a QB.

    It appears that the NFL, CBS, and perhaps the Denver Broncos are more concerned with realized profit than sustained success. Farve, Vick and Tebow have provided the catalyst for national NFL off-season interest in the past few years so don’t even humor with the moral majority good guy crap.

    It’s all about the money. What I derive from the NFL is that they care more about Madison Ave. and Wall St. than the expectations of a football fan. Rules have been rewritten until 2 QBs break an obsessed over NFL record in the same year, a rookie QB set absurd records and yet the one who gets the most print is a “good guy.”

    Hey NFL! There are lots of “good guys” in the league who submit equivalent time and money to causes independent of the myopic vision of Teblow. Why do they not receive nearly the press? Preferential treatment? No one else had an ill sideline guest?

    Denver, I am sorry that your team bought into a regional messiah who can’t throw!!!!!

  75. nejerseygirl says: Jan 17, 2012 9:26 AM

    objectivenflfan says:

    Snooki,

    That’s too bad you let the media make your decisions for you. I’m not a Tebow fan or a Tebow hater. He went 8-5 and has a total of 29 TD’s in his first 16 games. He has the talent, not the mechanics. Some can be corrected, some cannot. It’s a wild story, but one that will continue until the speculation becomes fact, either way.
    _______________

    Snooki? Really? It’s too bad you allow stupid tv shows to cloud your judgment about people you haven’t even met.

    My point is, I’m not impressed with the fact that he’s liked by 47 people. I’m not impressed that he just got his clock cleaned in the playoffs. I’m not impressed that he likes God. And I’m not particularly impressed with his stats.

    My point is, he’s a good guy, and it’s a shame that the media is shoving him down our throats every chance they get. I think even HE realizes he’s being talked about too much. I mean, after the Patriots won on Saturday, reporters rushed over to Tebow. There’s something wrong with that.

  76. cowboysblowgoats says: Jan 17, 2012 9:30 AM

    Great, so now he can suck at something else too.

  77. stevenfbrackett says: Jan 17, 2012 1:42 PM

    He just doesn’t have the personality to be in the broadcast booth, at least at this point. Only lively, outgoing persons with actual opinions are any good.

    He has demonstrated in his own interviews that he can memorize and deliver a list of bland talking points. He has no opinions other than “He/they are very talented” and “Anything can happen, time will tell”.

    Yawn.

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