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Trent Dilfer doubles down on backup quarterback distractions

TAMPA, FL - NOVEMBER 11:  ESPN commentator Trent Dilfer throws a pass on the field before the Miami Dolphins play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a Monday Night Football game November 11, 2013 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images) Getty Images

Trent Dilfer’s elevation to the big desk at ESPN has come with big scrutiny. And it’s been a big mess.

Dilfer criticized 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for violating the unofficial code of the backup quarterback, which apparently (according to Dilfer) means staying out of view and keeping your mouth shut.

“[T]he big thing that hit me through all of this was this is a backup quarterback whose job is to be quiet and sit in the shadows and get the starter ready to play Week One,” Dilfer said. “Yet, he chose a time when he became the center of attention. And it has disrupted that organization. It has caused friction and torn the fabric of the team.”

Appearing on KNBR on Tuesday, Dilfer tried to justify his dog whistling by explaining that he once opted not to use his backup-quarterback platform to advance a cause that was important to him.

“My wife and I had been introduced to some really disturbing stuff and other social injustices: Childhood slavery in our country,” Dilfer said, via Deadspin. “And I’d gone to a couple seminars and presentations where we got really deep in the weeds about this issue. It became a passion of ours to help fight this battle of childhood slavery around the country and I had a very big platform in Seattle and I could have leveraged being a Seattle Seahawk, being an NFL quarterback, done a lot to get that message out there, but I chose not to at the sake of not wanting to disrupt the team and I never want to draw attention to myself, and take it away from Matt [Hasselbeck], the rest of our team and our preparation to win.”

First of all, how would Dilfer speaking out against childhood slavery have disrupted the team? Did the Seahawks have on the roster at the time a large group of players who were in favor of childhood slavery?

Second, there’s no way Hasselbeck would have objected to these efforts. In 2013, when Hasselbeck was the (wait for it) the backup quarterback in Indianapolis he engaged in an extensive media tour aimed at combating (wait for it) slavery.

Hasselbeck and Dilfer are once again teammates at ESPN. Perhaps the time has come for Matt to tell Trent that he has officially reached the bottom, so he probably should stop digging.

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  1. orangecrusher77 says: Sep 14, 2016 10:52 AM

    Dilfer speaks just to hear himself speak. And no point in time does his incoherent rambling make any sense at all. We are all now dumber for having listened to him speak. He is awarded no points and may God have mercy on his soul.

  2. chawkup says: Sep 14, 2016 10:54 AM

    I remember early in Hasselbeck’s career watching him suck badly and the whole stadium yelling “Dil-Fer Dil-Fer Dil-Fer.” Funny that these two are together again.

    In other news, someone needs to tell Trent that there are times when you should just shut your yapper, such as when you are the back up quarterback and when you have absolutely nothing useful to add to a particular dialogue.

  3. terripet says: Sep 14, 2016 10:54 AM

    Dilfer shut up you always think your righ anyway you sucked as a quarterback how does ESPN keep you employed

  4. flaccodelic says: Sep 14, 2016 10:56 AM

    Dilfer is a prime example of unacknowledged privilege.

    The guy absolutely sucked but was lucky enough to be on a team with one of the all-time greatest defenses in history. Dilfer goes 12 of 25 for 153 yards with one touchdown and one fumble and everyone praises him for not totally blowing the game and he even gets to go to Disneyworld before the Ravens cut him in the offseason. Now he has a career as some sort of expert, solely because of the efforts of those around him. No chance he gets that shot without that ring.

    Not everyone has had it as easy as you, Trent.

  5. mmack66 says: Sep 14, 2016 11:02 AM

    Dilfer should stay out of view and keep his mouth shut.

  6. arpy911 says: Sep 14, 2016 11:02 AM

    “First of all, how would Dilfer speaking out against childhood slavery have disrupted the team? Did the Seahawks have on the roster at the time a large group of players who were in favor of childhood slavery?”

    Are you implying that a large group of 49ers players are in favor of police shootings?

  7. fiddlinred says: Sep 14, 2016 11:02 AM

    Dilfer was so distracted his whole career sucked.

  8. peytonwantsaflag says: Sep 14, 2016 11:05 AM

    This might very well be the dumbest thing Trent dilfer has ever said which would make it one of dumbest things EVER said .

  9. whenwilliteverend says: Sep 14, 2016 11:06 AM

    So Kaepernik can say what he wants and people say he’s using his freedom of speech and it’s wrong for them to use their freedom of speech to criticize him? How ironic that they condemn people for doing something then turn around and do the very same thing to someone else.

  10. Gerald T Mitchell says: Sep 14, 2016 11:08 AM

    First of all neither one of those guys should realize that they were ever popular to begin with. Who would ever rally with them for anything other than there close friends and family

  11. newmarketmaulers says: Sep 14, 2016 11:12 AM

    “First of all, how would Dilfer speaking out against childhood slavery have disrupted the team? Did the Seahawks have on the roster at the time a large group of players who were in favor of childhood slavery?”

    This actually made me laugh…

  12. mrfusion123 says: Sep 14, 2016 11:12 AM

    I actually really like Dilfer (I know I may be the only one), but he needs to stop digging…this is getting embarrassing

  13. Kaz says: Sep 14, 2016 11:14 AM

    Trent needs to shut up. Silence isn’t helpful to any cause. Him being a coward and scared to speak up isn’t Kaeps issue. It’s his.

  14. patsxsaintsfan says: Sep 14, 2016 11:15 AM

    Okay dilfer so rather than use your platform to raise awareness to child slavery you thought your football team was more important than talking about kids being beaten and other terrible cruel things? A backup QB is still a crucial member of the team. Ask the Cowboys how important a backup is and then look at the packers season when Aaron went down and Flynn saved (somehow) the season for them. I’m not saying kaepernicks opinion is right or wrong but to say the football team is more important than the life’s of African Americans or in dilfers case childhood slavery is the most selfish thing I’ve ever heard.

  15. animalkindness says: Sep 14, 2016 11:16 AM

    And because you all seem to think he was a crappy qb he can’t have an opinion, much like the crappy qb sitting in second place on the Niner’s bench has???
    Idiots

  16. bigblu73 says: Sep 14, 2016 11:17 AM

    Yea, the 49ers looked totally distracted and Blaine Gabbert was just God awful and unprepared. (Sarcasm Font ON)

  17. PFT loves the Steelers says: Sep 14, 2016 11:21 AM

    Good on Trent. Don’t let the liberal media bully you out of your own opinion. Trent > Floria.

  18. jbutina says: Sep 14, 2016 11:22 AM

    tell racist Dilfer to shove it!!

  19. randy8123 says: Sep 14, 2016 11:22 AM

    Total moron, blends in well at the the worldwide leader.

  20. animalkindness says: Sep 14, 2016 11:26 AM

    And OMG stop with the racist crap. I never had slaves, my parents, grandparents and their parents never had slaves. I am so sick of hearing how put upon the black people are in this society. It seems to me that at this point in time there are lots and lots of black billionaires. I suggest you use your money, your time, your name (and not on the playing field) to help the people you feel are receiving such injustice. Maybe you should go into law enforcement, maybe become judges instead of just mouthing off.
    Everything is not about race, everything is not about being equal or fair.
    Life is just not fair, get on with yours.

  21. kissbillsrings says: Sep 14, 2016 11:29 AM

    Can we PLEASE keep politics & unrelated social issues out of the GAME of football??
    The Media pushing this agenda & fueling it makes the game less fun to watch…. I REALLY don’t need to know who sat or kneeled DURRING our National Anthem before the game….JUST STOP ALREADY!!!

  22. gizzmotech says: Sep 14, 2016 11:35 AM

    Dilfer is entitled to his opinion, just like Kaep.

    And just like with Kaep, people are entitled to tell him when he is being stupid and wrong.

  23. collectordude says: Sep 14, 2016 11:39 AM

    Free speech for kaepernick but no free speech for anyone who doesn’t agree with the liberal/democratic agenda.

  24. nflequalswwe says: Sep 14, 2016 11:39 AM

    And Randy Moss’ mean mug grows more fierce….

  25. randomcommenter says: Sep 14, 2016 11:41 AM

    Notice how many people have said some version of Kap starting a “conversation” and even the Prez has said multiple time that “we need to have a conversation”

    Yet whenever that conversation is attempted, people are shouted down and excoriated om social media unless the tow the line of the politically correct narrative.

    When they say conversation, what they really mean is shut your mouth, accept everything we say as fact, and do whatever we have proposed as a solution without question.

    Bring up the fact that BLM is based on lies. Hands up dont shoot is a lie. Michael Brown was shot trying the grab the cop’s gun. I can’t breathe is a lie, that guy died of a heart attack later. Black people being routinely killed by police is a lie. More white people are shot by cops. It has to do with being a criminal, not skin color.

    Cops make mistakes like anybody else. Unfortunately their mistakes can mean somebody is dead. Cops do go to jail when it is proven they went too far. But those incidents are rare.

    The reason people get so upset about cop shootings is because the media sensationalizes them so people go on emotion, not facts, like in the case of Michael Brown.

    It is not fair to treat rare instances like the norm and that is what Kap and BLM is doing.

    Say any of that and you will be shouted down, as i probably will here.

  26. genericusername93 says: Sep 14, 2016 11:46 AM

    So by Dilfer’s logic, the chemistry of a football team is more important than a potentially positive impact in the fight against child slavery?

  27. dietrich43 says: Sep 14, 2016 11:47 AM

    Mr. Dilfer –

    Did you keep your yap shut in Seattle because you didn’t want to disrupt the team, or because you didn’t want to actually do something?
    And why do you feel it’s ok to disrupt your job as a football analyst to discuss what a martyr you were in Seattle?
    And is it true that Trent Baalke uses you like a ventriloquist’s dummy, and waves to you when you brush your teeth?

  28. charliecharger says: Sep 14, 2016 11:47 AM

    I won’t comment on the social part of it, but Dilfer appears to be way off on the effect it’s had on the team. Kaepernick has become a team leader and all the players are pumped up about the team. 49ers won 28-0. His teammates appear to love him and it’s brought everybody, including the coach, closer together. 28-0

  29. factschecker says: Sep 14, 2016 11:48 AM

    Liberty and Justice for All

    seems to be interpreted by people in many different ways. It’s even more interesting that the singular word Freedom seems to have different interpretations as well.

    Freedom
    noun
    the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.

    absence of subjection to foreign domination or despotic government.

    the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved.

    But you will not see me making a big stink about how my fellow Americans commenting on this very topic on this very site. It’s their right as a Free American. Real patriots don’t question other peoples rights or freedoms. Even if they don’t agree with them they still recognize both their freedom and their right to do so.

  30. realityonetwo says: Sep 14, 2016 11:48 AM

    I’m curious to see how long this pregame “Kaep report” is going to linger. Another couple of weeks? Another month? Week Ten? Week Fifteen? “And there he is, folks… Yep, he’s still doing it.”

  31. ninersblogger says: Sep 14, 2016 11:49 AM

    random, I think you misunderstood. By conversation, we meant those with an intellect should participate. It wasn’t directed at you.

  32. vikingsandvikingsfanssuck says: Sep 14, 2016 11:49 AM

    the way dilfer talks, it seems like he thinks what he says actually matters?? he was nothing as a QB and for sure nothing in the job he does now!!! just go home

  33. gauchosporlife says: Sep 14, 2016 11:57 AM

    Childhood slavery and football? Man, I miss the old days.

  34. Gerry says: Sep 14, 2016 11:57 AM

    it seems what good for colin is not good for dilfer,,,,freedom of speech is for all. here’s and idea……play and talk about the game they get rich on and otherwise shut up

  35. cindesbestrees says: Sep 14, 2016 11:58 AM

    I totally thought something similar, but my thought was “Why is anyone surprised Kaepernick’s sitting on the bench??” Thanks folks. I’ll be here all week.

  36. bigotshamer says: Sep 14, 2016 12:01 PM

    Trent Dilfer’s opinions on social issues are of zero consequence to anyone. Heck, his opinions about football mean next to nothing. Myopic much?

  37. Bob says: Sep 14, 2016 12:01 PM

    “Did the Seahawks have on the roster at the time a large group of players who were in favor of childhood slavery?”

    Do the 49ers have on the roster at this time a large group of players who are in favor of cop brutality or whatever issue is bugging Kaepernick?

    It’s the same thing. Kaepernick didn’t seem to be bothered to protest the anthem last September when he was a starter, a few months after Ferguson was burning every night.

  38. therealtrenches says: Sep 14, 2016 12:04 PM

    It’s called “right sickness,” also known as “going down with the ship.”

    Say less, Trent. Say less.

  39. buckybadger says: Sep 14, 2016 12:05 PM

    Well Dilfer you must not have felt that passionate about your issue since you figured football was more important. This mentality that Dilfer has reeks of being a follower and nothing ever changes if you are just a follower. Want things to change you will have to put yourself out there and make a few people uncomfortable. Dilfer has lived a life of total comfort and doesn’t really know what fighting for a cause is. It is OK, most white people are like this, but don’t go after for someone who is trying to improve the status quo.

  40. richndc says: Sep 14, 2016 12:07 PM

    So, so, so, so, many of you truly have no idea what you are talking about. You type and yammer away. Have you been to a BLM rally? Have you attended the funeral of someone murdered by police officers? Have you been treated as less than human because of the color of your skin. If you are white, like me, you dont know what you dont know. Quit decrying people standing up against racism (ideas and beliefs which sometimes get people hurt or killed) when you dont even know what it is. I am in my 40s now, and am amazed how horribly (judging by your words) your parents raised some of you. My brother trains officers, has for years–most of these shootings should never have happened. You saying things like “try NOT breaking the law” or “I seem to not get shot because I am not committing felony offenses” proves exactly what I am saying. You were not raised to know any better, so please, shut up, your ideas are poison in the water we all share.

  41. cuda1234 says: Sep 14, 2016 12:08 PM

    All backup qb’s should be quiet – except Tim Tebow and Kolin Kapernick. The media is trying really hard to keep those two relevant.

  42. cindesbestrees says: Sep 14, 2016 12:09 PM

    Dilfer had a really great point. Something the author fails to grasp is that Kaepernick wasn’t just raising awareness for an important cause, he was needlessly sending a message that he is ungrateful for the privilege of being an American, which has allowed him to make millions of dollars. And also showing he is ungrateful for the countless men and women who died for that privilege (including the hundreds of thousands who died to end slavery under the American, not the confederate, flag). That caused a media storm and was potentially a big distraction. There’s something to be said about the appropriateness of that action for a player in a support position. I don’t think Colin thought through the message he was sending or whether the target of his frustration was deserving of the blame.

  43. magnumpimustache says: Sep 14, 2016 12:10 PM

    I like Dilfer he has good insight into the game….when he is breaking it down.

    However his insight into players has fallen flat or has been offbase.

    Calling Brady all done after one bad game and then go on to win the superbowl and now this issue which Kap is coming out as the next MLK

  44. jimjets says: Sep 14, 2016 12:12 PM

    Dilfer was a career backup who had a moment in the sun thanks to the defense – led by a murderer.

    He’s a hardcore republican right wing nut job. Saying these things makes him feel like a man.

    Kap is right….so, in the words of howard sterns father…shut up. sit down.

  45. dietrich43 says: Sep 14, 2016 12:15 PM

    Good thing when he won a Superbowl in Baltimore, that the team had absolutely no off-field distractions, like their star linebacker dragged into a murder investigation.

  46. truehoosier62 says: Sep 14, 2016 12:20 PM

    Well said Dilfer. If the players are on team are there to make social statements, they should leave the game and stand on the sidewalks of America, fists raised, knees bent, (however they want to posture), and make their statement. Leave the game of football to the people who want to watch football without the idiotic reminders of a world gone mad.

  47. animalkindness says: Sep 14, 2016 12:20 PM

    To: richndc says:
    Hey don’t point that crooked finger at me buddy, I have as much right to say what I feel as you do.
    All of the musicians, athletes, artists etc. need to put their money where their mouths are and do what they can do to help.

    And if you are one of them you might just be better served doing just that!

  48. briandorry55 says: Sep 14, 2016 12:30 PM

    Uhhh if he sat for the anthem to bring awareness to an injustice in our country (childhood slavery in this case) then of course it would have disrupted the team and become the center of attention. Sitting for the anthem is disrupting the team…not talking about social injustices in our country.

  49. tindeaux says: Sep 14, 2016 12:32 PM

    did anyone talk about jimmy clauson or ryan mallet not standing for the national anthem???

    dilfer was right. keapenick is a backup qb for crying out loud…. the boy just tries to leverage the hottest topic in our nation to promote himself into the center of attention.

  50. imodan says: Sep 14, 2016 12:34 PM

    Look, something caught my eye the other night during the Anthem at SF. Made me wonder. Who was being more disrespectful of the anthem? Kap who kneeled silently or the cameramen pushing and shoving to get the “shot”? I would think that those who are upset at Kap should be even more so with people virtually ignoring it and going about their business. How about the fans still buying beer at the concessions? Then there’s the fact that at most games the anthem is played before the networks come on air. Have we not seen at times the anthem being played in the background while the announcers go on? Have we not seen networks cut to commercial when the anthem begins? I have, many times. Just weeks ago a young american olympian was hailed for stopping mid run when he heard the anthem. My point is this, there are numerous times the anthem is ignored, disrespected, avoided or in someway not treated the way a lot of Americans would prefer it would be. Why don’t we hear the outcries when they occur?

  51. longtimefanh8tr says: Sep 14, 2016 12:39 PM

    As soon as I saw Hasselbeck and Dilfer on the ESPN NFL pre game show, I said not the show I’m going to watch this year. They are both beyond irritating.

  52. infectorman says: Sep 14, 2016 12:44 PM

    Kaep can say what he wants, how he wants.

    You don’t have to agree, but the 1st Amendment is bigger than your old school, pre-social media ways , Dilfer.
    Plus Kaep had a level of celebrity that you never had, Dilfer. How is it that you’re still on TV?

    Your analysis is awful, regurgitated nonsense that adds nothing to the conversation. But then again, you’re not that much different than the rest of the football “Analysts” on TV

  53. pittsburghdamned says: Sep 14, 2016 12:45 PM

    Dilfer, Esiason, James Brown, Randy Cross, Kurt Warner, and Hasselbeck are all kooky right wing religious nuts who can’t help but push their agendas.

  54. cardinealsfan20 says: Sep 14, 2016 12:46 PM

    @randomcommenter
    @whenwilliteverend

    Has a single person ever been required to be a cop? Is there a compulsory draft requiring people to enter “law enforcement”?

    No, there isn’t. Take your own advice and sign up if you think it’s so important to have the position. Otherwise, cops are free to go another career at any time.

  55. silvernblacksabbath says: Sep 14, 2016 12:49 PM

    whenwilliteverend says:
    Sep 14, 2016 11:06 AM

    So Kaepernik can say what he wants and people say he’s using his freedom of speech and it’s wrong for them to use their freedom of speech to criticize him? How ironic that they condemn people for doing something then turn around and do the very same thing to someone else.
    ———————————–
    BINGO!!! Liberal media… Kaepernick was paid to pull that stunt… George Soros pays well!

  56. bleedgreenphilly says: Sep 14, 2016 12:49 PM

    There is a problem with the police in North America, not just the USA. When police are the ones who police themselves, there is obviously going to be a conflict of interest. It is not just black people being victimized by police, though I’m sure it seems that way in many urban centers. We need independent boards in charge of reviewing police conduct and the end of police profiting off of property seizures. Not standing for the anthem doesn’t do anything. People need to be contacting their politicians and demanding change and backing up their outrage at the voting booth.

  57. randomcommenter says: Sep 14, 2016 12:52 PM

    @ninersblogger, thank you for completely proving my point.

  58. bamboozle99 says: Sep 14, 2016 12:53 PM

    They got rid of so many good ones at ESPN and they kept this tool, Trent Dilfer?

  59. MichaelEdits says: Sep 14, 2016 12:53 PM

    Trent Dilfer, whose play I always greatly respected, has chosen to double down on the stupid, and it would be grossly inappropriate for me to stoop to a concussion joke here.

  60. bchap17 says: Sep 14, 2016 12:57 PM

    arpy911 says:
    Sep 14, 2016 11:02 AM

    “First of all, how would Dilfer speaking out against childhood slavery have disrupted the team? Did the Seahawks have on the roster at the time a large group of players who were in favor of childhood slavery?”

    Are you implying that a large group of 49ers players are in favor of police shootings?
    ——————————————–
    I’m quite sure he’s referencing those who choose to stand or kneel for the National Anthem.

    You and 100+ others need to keep up.

  61. randomcommenter says: Sep 14, 2016 12:58 PM

    This is not a free speech issue. Kap was not and will not be arrested.

    The issue Dilfer is getting at is that this is Kap’s JOB. He is on the clock when at the stadium. His employer has every right to tell him what to do.

    Next time you are in a business meeting, get out of your seat, take a knee and say something like, i am against the keystone pipeline, or i don’t like the current immigration policy, etc.

    What will happen? You might get fired and rightfully so. This is a time and place issue. Not a freedome issue.

  62. bamboozle99 says: Sep 14, 2016 1:01 PM

    Trent “when I won the Superbowl…” Dilfer.

  63. bkostela says: Sep 14, 2016 1:08 PM

    whenwilliteverend says:
    Sep 14, 2016 11:06 AM
    So Kaepernik can say what he wants and people say he’s using his freedom of speech and it’s wrong for them to use their freedom of speech to criticize him? How ironic that they condemn people for doing something then turn around and do the very same thing to someone else.
    ___________

    No, the irony lies in the fact that you are trying to point out irony, but you’re doing the exact same thing he is.

    Kap acted.
    Dilfer voiced his opinion on Kap’s actions.
    Florio voiced his opinion on Dilfer’s opinion.
    (So far, so good).
    You then voiced your opinion about what irony is.
    Your opinion is wrong. LOL.

  64. salscobrakai says: Sep 14, 2016 1:09 PM

    So why write up articles about his remarks? You’re just giving him more platforms to spread his views. ESPN is paying his contract, so it’s on them. No one makes anyone watch Sunday Night Countdown. Just ignore the idiot. ESPN always needs the one blow-hard that everyone gets annoyed with.

  65. imodan says: Sep 14, 2016 1:34 PM

    silvernblacksabbath says:
    Sep 14, 2016 12:49 PM
    whenwilliteverend says:
    Sep 14, 2016 11:06 AM

    So Kaepernik can say what he wants and people say he’s using his freedom of speech and it’s wrong for them to use their freedom of speech to criticize him? How ironic that they condemn people for doing something then turn around and do the very same thing to someone else.
    ———————————–
    BINGO!!! Liberal media… Kaepernick was paid to pull that stunt… George Soros pays well!
    ——————————————————————
    Liberal media? Just googled Fox News on anthem protests, 1,500,000 results. Stop with the liberal media crap. I’ll accept media of all types, social included, blowing this one guy up into insane proportions.

  66. newsletterczar says: Sep 14, 2016 2:09 PM

    gizzmotech says:
    Sep 14, 2016 11:35 AM

    Dilfer is entitled to his opinion, just like Kaep.
    ————–
    Agreed; and if I where to express my opinion in a similar manner at work and it affected my employers business model (be it ESPN or the NFL or Burger King) in a negative manner I would expect to be told to seek employment elsewhere. We can all say what we want but we need to be aware that there is a price to be paid in the court of public opinion.

  67. fishyinalittledishy says: Sep 14, 2016 2:29 PM

    Trent was a snap handler at best, you really couldn’t describe him a QB of the NFL level although granted he was listed as one. But that doesn’t mean he does not have very good insight. I much prefare listening to him than some of the tubes of ESPN who had great careers.

  68. mutantman87 says: Sep 14, 2016 3:00 PM

    Because of course football is more important than ending slavery.

  69. thegreatgabbert says: Sep 14, 2016 3:00 PM

    But Kaepernick is not just an everyday backup. He is a (half) black backup who earns 10 times as much as the white starter. That makes him special, and quite qualified to complain about racial disparity.

  70. brant76 says: Sep 14, 2016 3:27 PM

    Clearly Trent Baalke’s hand is up Dilfer’s hind end working the mouth like Jeff Dunham and Walter. It’s obvious Baalke has run out of allies in the front office and has to resort to having the one friend he has in the media carry his message for him. I suspect Dilfer realized his time at ESPN is limited and he’s hoping for a coaching or front office spot someday at Baalke’s next stop. Have fun working in arena football bozos!

  71. rcali says: Sep 14, 2016 3:42 PM

    Oh boy, Randy Moss just threw another tantrum and ran out of the building.

  72. true9erfan66 says: Sep 14, 2016 3:57 PM

    Hmm,kinda got a ways to go here. First off Dilfer is clearly upset that as a back up he didn’t carry the same weight Kap does,also it’s clear Dilfer obviously thinks what Kap is standing out against is a stupid stand. Cause frankly if it was something Dilfer believed in he would have not bashed it. Plus I don’t think Dilfer is very good,I dont think Dilfer is very good at what he does. I will say he is better then some of the totally worthless guys they have had Emmitt smith being 1 of the worst,Ray Lewis,Keyshawn, Ect so I give him that but I personally wish they would worry about someone who went to school to do what they have been taught. I wish ESPN would learn just cause you played doesn’t mean your gonna be good at reporting/commentator young IMO is the only 1 with ESPN who I think is really good. Now they just got Moss and couple others and I give them a try but what happened when it use to be the sports caster like Berman,Patrick,wingo Ect why do they always shove an ex player down our throats. Well this is way long sorry

  73. lawboy2000 says: Sep 14, 2016 4:03 PM

    Dilfer is dumber than Nedved. And Nedved’s an idiot.

  74. axespray says: Sep 14, 2016 6:19 PM

    2016 and Trent Dilfer is somehow still relevant…

    Gross.

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