The Official "Espn First Take , FS1 Undisputed, Sportscenter , Sports Radio, Podcasts etc" Thread.

1454647484951»

Replies

  • lamontbdclamontbdc 16th & UPosts: 18,743 ✭✭✭✭✭
    detcatinva wrote: »
    https://www.si.com/tech-media/2017/07/02/espn-stephen-smith-pacquiao-horn-boxing

    Stephen a smith did not do his homework before pacquio horn fight

    yea just b/c the guy is a boxing fan it was no need for him to be in the studio. I was like why is he on here
    joeyfkncrakk
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://thecomeback.com/nba/get-ready-to-re-live-the-dominating-1992-dream-team-in-its-entirety-on-the-olympic-channel.html
    Get ready to re-live the dominating 1992 Dream Team in its entirety on The Olympic Channel

    The Olympic Channel is going live on the air this weekend with an unprecedented amount of coverage and dedication to Olympic sports typically overshadowed in the sports programming gauntlet. But the channel also gives an opportunity to rebroadcast past Olympic moments and events that have long been forgotten or lost in the archives. Among the highlights of the Olympic Channel’s planned programming is a full re-airing of all eight games played by the 1992 United States men’s basketball team, The Dream Team.

    According to Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated, the Olympic Channel will air all eight games played by the Dream Team in their entirety beginning on Monday, Aug. 28 in primetime. One game will be aired each night, followed by an 11-hour marathon on Labor Day (Sept. 4). This will be the first time many viewers will get to watch the full game broadcasts, as some of the games were trimmed down for scheduling limitations of NBC’s original coverage. Full games were available on the old Triplecast, a pay-per-view option for additional uncut coverage of Olympic events, but not every game was shown in its complete form on NBC.

    This means we’ll get to watch USA’s beatdown of Angola once again. Remember, Charles Barkley famously said “I don’t know nothing about Angola, but Angola’s in trouble.” He was right.
    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
    Trillfate
  • TheBoyRoTheBoyRo Posts: 12,084 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I always wondered why NBCSN, CBS sports and FS1 don't show old games they did in their entirety
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://www.sportingnews.com/other-sports/news/fs1-skip-bayless-shannon-sharpe-joy-taylor-undisputed-cowherd-whitlock-herd-speak-for-yourself-jamie-horowitz-espn-mlb-ufc-nascar/1wj8uzz4eemna1j0n2wjpl7al7
    Skip Bayless, other FS1 'opinionists' under pressure to debate sports that air on network

    The FS1 crew, in particular its high-profile talkers, seldom discusses sports not named NFL and NBA. That's changing, and not by choice.

    Skip Bayless, Colin Cowherd, Jason Whitlock and the rest of the "opinionists" at Fox Sports 1 should study up on baseball, NASCAR, UFC and international soccer.

    With the sudden firing of FS1 chief Jamie Horowitz last week, the pressure is on FS1 studio talent to talk more about sports that actually air on their network rather than debate LeBron James, Steph Curry and the Cowboys ad nauseam.

    That's what Sporting News is hearing from multiple sources about the future of FS1's studio shows post-Horowitz, the aggressive young exec who recruited Bayless, Cowherd, Whitlock and other talents to FS1.


    The strategy makes sense.

    How often does the "Undisputed" crew — Bayless, Shannon Sharpe and Joy Taylor — debate LeBron, Curry and the NBA, which airs on rival networks ESPN and TNT, rather than sports that air on FS1? Too often.

    How often do Colin Cowherd and Kristine Leahy on "The Herd with Colin Cowherd," and Cowherd and Whitlock on "Speak for Yourself," debate MLB, NASCAR, UFC or international soccer? Not enough, considering these leagues are in business with their network.

    ESPN doesn't make the same mistake. In fact, the Worldwide Leader in Sports is notorious for virtually ignoring sports with which it doesn't have a TV deal. Just ask the long-forgotten NHL.

    Yes, I know FS1 has "NASCAR RaceDay" and another studio show for international soccer. Yes, I know Fox Sports also owns 20 or so regional sports networks that carry the NBA, MLB, the NHL and other sports.

    But the truth is you're more likely to hear a debate about Lonzo Ball's summer league game on the two biggest shows — "Undisputed" and "SFY" — than about baseball stars Mike Trout and Jose Altuve, NASCAR drivers like Kyle Busch and Danica Patrick, or UFC fighters like Daniel Cormier and Amanda Nunes.

    "There's a disconnect. These debate shows are still going on and on about the NBA — which ended a month ago — and there's not enough about MLB which is in the middle of a season," one source told SN. "Jamie would protect those guys if they still wanted to talk NBA. But Jamie is gone."

    Another source was equally blunt: "Look, (FS1) airs MLB, UFC and soccer — and all these studio shows ever seem to talk about is the NFL and NBA. They have to reflect what’s actually on FS1 — and what drives ratings."

    Said a third source: "These debate shows don't make sense given what’s actually on FS1. It's like they're switching viewers in and out."

    Word on the street is some rights holders have already beefed to Fox about their lack of visibility on FS1 studio shows. Look for this situation to change as the debate shows seek to align their topics more with what's best for FS1, rather than the hobbyhorses that TV talent prefer to ride.

    The changes are already noticeable. On Tuesday, "Undisputed" led with breakout Yankees star Aaron Judge winning the Home Run Derby. As usual, Bayless worked in a LeBron dis, noting Judge has the "clutch" gene to compete in Derby while King James skips the NBA Slam Dunk Contest.

    The headline on Tuesday's MLB All-Star segment asked, "Is Judge becoming the LeBron of Baseball?"

    Meanwhile, "The Herd" broadcast remotely from Miami on Monday and Tuesday for the Derby and the All-Star Game. As it did by taking "Undisputed" to the site of the U.S. Open golf tournament (which made for awkward TV), FS1 will take its shows on the road more often to tap into the power of big sporting events.

    FS1 declined to comment for this story.

    This whole transition won't be easy to pull off.

    Debating whether LeBron or Michael Jordan is the G.O.A.T., if Dak Prescott's Cowboys will win the Super Bowl, or if Colin Kaepernick is a hero or villain is easy. That's low-hanging fruit for TV talkers. Talking baseball, NASCAR, UFC, soccer or golf is harder. These sports require more research, more sources, more nuance. There's a good chance these televised debates won't be as interesting to viewers as the NFL or NBA. After all, how much play do they get on ESPN's "First Take" with Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Molly Qerim?

    FS1's studio shows like "Undisputed" and "SFY" have been all over the Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. fight, but that's more of a one-off about a circus-like event.

    The UFC's TV deal with Fox is up after this year, and some MMA fans are not happy the coverage FS1's studio shows provide.
    As MMA blog Sherdog.com wrote:

    FS1's current model may be great for producing idiotic Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Conor McGregor discussions, but they can't find a way to discuss an outstanding main event on the channel like Kevin Lee-Michael Chiesa, which featured a press conference dust-up before the fight and ultimately ended in another Mario Yamasaki refereeing catastrophe. These are actual topics made for hot takes and bold proclamations, yet institutionally, FS1's talent and strategy are basically at odds with the channel's actual strengths. FS1 can't figure out how to use any of its talent to actually push its own commodities, and the initial focus on “jocularity,” then hot takery, has poisoned the well with too many viewers who have come to reflexively see the channel as a visual and auditory intellectual cesspool.

    Paying more attention to TV rights partners could also provide opportunities. Rather than ginning up forced "debates," straight-up interviews with newsmakers can pay dividends. UFC boss Dana White, for example, did an interesting one with Whitlock on Monday's "SFY" in which they examined race as a selling point for Mayweather vs. McGregor.

    "It's the Irish thing. The Irish thing is big. You have an African-American who is arguably the greatest of all time, against an off-the-charts charismatic, incredibly hard-punching Irish fighter. It's huge," White said.

    Whitlock recalled arguing with a white friend over the the Larry Holmes vs. Gerry Cooney fight in 1982. The racial dynamic of the "great white hope" against a black champion has long driven boxing box office, Whitlock said. "In all combat sports, race sells." Interesting stuff.

    The most newsmaking moments from FS1 studio shows have come during straight interview segments. Recall LaVar Ball condescendingly addressing Leahy during a segment with Cowherd. "Stay in your lane," Ball told her. Or Terry Bradshaw telling Whitlock that Mike Tomlin of the Steelers is "not a great coach, at all."

    FS1's hiring of Mark Schlereth away from ESPN on Tuesday was a nice move in this regard. It added someone who can provide as much analysis as hot takes.

    Cris Carter and Nick Wright should take note of all of this as they prepare to launch "First Things First," FS1's first national morning show, on Sept. 5.
    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://awfulannouncing.com/fox/debate-shows-fox-cover-fs1-sports.html
    Fox’s reported desire to have debate shows cover FS1 sports might hurt those shows

    It sounds like there’s a growing push for synergy over at Fox Sports, one that might force debaters like Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe, Colin Cowherd and Jason Whitlock to focus more on sports Fox has the rights to. That feels like a highly questionable move, and one that may wind up damaging the debate shows’ ratings, but it’s apparently going on, and has been exacerbated by Jamie Horowitz’s firing. Michael McCarthy of The Sporting News reports that “the pressure is on FS1 studio talent to talk more about sports that actually air on their network,” citing several anonymous sources within Fox:

    “There’s a disconnect. These debate shows are still going on and on about the NBA — which ended a month ago — and there’s not enough about MLB which is in the middle of a season,” one source told SN. “Jamie would protect those guys if they still wanted to talk NBA. But Jamie is gone.”

    Another source was equally blunt: “Look, (FS1) airs MLB, UFC and soccer — and all these studio shows ever seem to talk about is the NFL and NBA. They have to reflect what’s actually on FS1 — and what drives ratings.”

    Said a third source: “These debate shows don’t make sense given what’s actually on FS1. It’s like they’re switching viewers in and out.”

    Word on the street is some rights holders have already beefed to Fox about their lack of visibility on FS1 studio shows. Look for this situation to change as the debate shows seek to align their topics more with what’s best for FS1, rather than the hobbyhorses that TV talent prefer to ride.


    What these sources are missing is that the sports actually on FS1 don’t really make for good national debate, though, and perhaps especially not for Bayless and Sharpe’s brand of debate on Undisputed. They’re also overvaluing the potential upside of forced promotion of FS1 sports on the channel’s debate shows, and overlooking the many significant possible downsides. Those are worth exploring in some detail; let’s start with the hosts themselves.

    In particular, Bayless and Sharpe generally focus on the NFL and the NBA, and that usually works for both them and their audience. Bayless has had plenty of NFL opinions over the course of his career, especially about the Cowboys, and can point to his time covering that team as supposed proof of his expertise. He’s also become known for his NBA takes, especially about LeBron James. Sharpe obviously has NFL knowledge from his own playing career, and has proven adept at debating Bayless on the NBA as well, especially when it comes to defending James and the Cavaliers. Their NFL and NBA discussions work, they feel authentic (or as authentic as anything on Undisputed gets, anyway), and they’re something their audience wants to watch.

    When you go away from that, you run plenty of risks. See June’s attempt to reveal U.S. Open tee times on Undisputed, for example, or some of the other attempted golf coverage the show did. The tee times didn’t work either for Undisputed fans (who mostly don’t care about golf) or for golf fans (who were annoyed at having to watch a show they don’t like that mostly didn’t cover their sport in order to get the tidbits of tee times). And the golf hot takes Bayless and Sharpe came up with at points were even more ludicrous than their usual hot takes, and felt forced.

    Those golf takes didn’t work for anyone. The regular Undisputed crowd isn’t tuning in for golf takes, and golf fans aren’t going to tune in to see what Bayless says instead of watching or reading the countless people more well-versed in their sport. It doesn’t seem likely that anyone watched the U.S. Open just because it was discussed on Undisputed, and if anything, some people may have turned off Undisputed when it went to golf.

    Similarly, shoehorning sports that FS1 does air into comparisons with the sports Undisputed usually discusses doesn’t work either. Consider Tuesday’s hot take (which McCarthy cites as an example of this new focus) that brought up the New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge, but only in comparison to LeBron, and with the main point of comparison being their participation or lack thereof in all-star skills contests
    :





    The way Sharpe just laughs at this is pretty solid, and maybe the most entertaining part of this clip. It’s such a forced comparison, and one that feels very awkward, especially when Bayless brings up the “clutch gene” (competing in a skills contest involves a “clutch gene” now?). And it’s hard to see this (or any of their other baseball debates, like Rob Parker describing Judge as “the face of MLB“) really catching on with the regular Undisputed audience.

    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    That audience isn’t necessarily giant baseball fans, and it’s clear that Bayless and company are a little out of their depth talking about the sport. That would also be the case for golf, or NASCAR, or non-McGregor MMA, or soccer. (Actually, let’s make them do soccer; the sheer uninformed take fire there might be entertaining, at least.) Their takes on the NBA and NFL aren’t necessarily any more accurate, but there’s more conviction to them, and there’s more appeal for a national sports audience.

    That’s another element these sources are missing. FS1’s debaters focus on the NFL and NBA (and occasionally college football, especially with Cowherd, but Bayless and Sharpe weigh in on it as well) not just because of their own preferences and backgrounds, but because those sports have giant national fanbases and drive the national conversation. MLB can do that at times as well, especially when the playoffs roll around, but FS1’s debate shows already cover it then. It’s much harder to have a midseason MLB debate on a national scale; it works for local radio because there’s one or two teams to cover, but there aren’t often big national storylines that appeal to a larger audience.

    By contrast, during the NBA regular season or even the offseason, there are a ton of national talking points around teams like the Cavs and Warriors. Similarly, McCarthy later quotes a Sherdog article complaining that Bayless and Sharpe focus on things like the Conor McGregor – Floyd Mayweather fight rather than Kevin Lee-Michael Chiesa, but the McGregor-Mayweather fight is much more relevant to an audience beyond hardcore MMA fans. If you make Bayless and Sharpe talk about a Lee-Chiesa fight in depth, or about the Houston Astros or Milwaukee Brewers, you risk having some of their regular audience tune out. And you also risk compromising their supposed reputation for authentic, say-what-you-think debate; it’s not “tune in to hear what Skip Bayless thinks about what’s airing on FS1 tonight.”

    The other question here is what the upside really is. Yes, if Bayless and Sharpe talk about something like the Lee-Chiesa fight, that might get a few more people to watch it, but for a lot of these other things, it’s not necessarily going to make a difference. If they’re talking Aaron Judge, it might get a few people to watch the next Yankees’ game on FS1, but will it really boost their MLB coverage overall? If they talk golf, will anyone else really tune in for the U.S. Open? All of that seems pretty unlikely, and it doesn’t account for FS1’s studio audience being rather different than their live sports audience. Most of the people who tune in for a sports event are going to do so regardless of it was previously debated. So there’s plenty of risk in trying to push these other sports, without necessarily a ton of upside.

    McCarthy’s sources are also missing that the debate shows already talk about Fox and FS1 sports when they’re relevant to a national conversation. The NFL happens to be a Fox property, and Fox has more Cowboys games than anyone else, so it’s not like promoting them is hurting the channel. You can bet that Cowherd, Bayless and Sharpe will be talking Ohio State-Michigan in advance of that game, aired on Fox for the first time this fall, and that they’ll be discussing other big college football matchups as they happen. And there will be plenty of MLB talk around the playoffs and the World Series (also on Fox), because those events are relevant nationally.

    So, it’s not like these shows are ignoring Fox’s events as it is, and perhaps a slight push to do a bit more of that might be okay. But a big push forcing them to cover the more niche events that happen to be aired on FS1 seems to be more trouble than it’s worth, and may create some blowback for the shows. We’ll see what happens here, but it’s certainly interesting that there’s this extra pressure to alter the debates going on. And it’s notable that it’s happening after the exit of Horowitz, who for all his faults, seems to know more about what makes for successful debate shows than these sources.

    This isn’t necessarily “what’s best for FS1”: it’s what rightsholders and some Fox sources think is best. The debate show viewers may disagree, and that may lead to some ratings problems for those shows. That in turn may cause more issues for FS1 than it solves.
    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • BDBIIDBDBIID 5* Poster. Ranked #1 ESPNU150,Rivals,247Sports. Uncommitted. Tri-State Posts: 18,179 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Lol at Dak winning breakthrough athlete over Judge


    The Squadz.
    gjuke.0.gif
    tumblr_omf3lbg6TS1s3gys4o1_400.gif
    tumblr_oobas3UvQw1s3gys4o1_400.gif
    1*ului1JHmdGTNQIQDxqLWNA.gif
    southsil4lil
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://awfulannouncing.com/fox/jamie-horowitz-reportedly-preparing-lawsuit-fired-fox-sports.html
    Jamie Horowitz reportedly preparing a lawsuit after being fired at Fox Sports

    Earlier this month, Fox Sports president Jamie Horowitz was fired abruptly, only days after the network had gone all-in on his grand online vision of video content over everything. Details soon emerged about the reason for Horowitz’s firing: He had been canned amid a sexual harassment investigation following complaints from female staffs.

    Now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Horowitz and lawyer Patty Glaser are preparing a lawsuit, alleging that Fox was hypersensitive about sexual harassment following a scandal at Fox News and that Horowitz was fired unjustly.

    Fox has dealt with several massive sexual harassment scandals over the past couple years, beginning with the numerous accusations against Fox News co-founder Roger Ailes and continuing with allegations against Fox News stalwart anchor Bill O’Reilly earlier this year. Per The Hollywood Reporter:

    Glaser is said to be preparing a lawsuit and conducting her own investigation with an eye on arguing that Fox, hypersensitive due to the Fox News scandal and nervous about regulatory scrutiny of its planned acquisition of Sky Television in the U.K., acted impulsively and without all the facts.

    Sports Illustrated has reported that Horowitz tried to kiss a female production staffer, and The Hollywood Reporter says he was accused of harassment by another woman in the company as well.

    Horowitz’s tenure at Fox Sports lasted less than two years, but he managed to dramatically shake up the editorial operation nonetheless, emphasizing debate over everything and amplifying opinion-havers like Skip Bayless and Colin Cowherd. After a chaotic and stressful year that left Fox Sports online employees afraid for their futures, Horowitz pushed through a drastic shift to video content that left several dozen employees fired and star reporters like Ken Rosenthal and Bruce Feldman without anywhere to write.

    Horowitz is out at Fox Sports, and he has burned enough bridges in media that he might not find another job very easily
    , but it sounds like we haven’t heard the last of his name.
    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://awfulannouncing.com/nbc/mike-tirico-on-race-why-should-anyone-care-about-identifying.html

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/15/sports/mike-tirico-olympics-nbc-korea-race.html?smid=tw-nytsports&smtyp=cur&_r=0
    Mike Tirico on race: “Why should anyone care about identifying?”

    NBC Sports anchor Mike Tirico caused a bit of a social-media stir this weekend with his comments in a New York Times profile about racial identity.

    Despite drawing attention as one of the most prominent black broadcasters in sports, Tirico has always dodged comments about race. In a 1991 story in the Syracuse Post-Standard, he said he wasn’t sure if he was black, and since then he has rarely discussed his background at all.

    In the Times‘ story, he brought up his Italian mother, then punted on the question of racial identity.

    But these days, at a time when the nation is transfixed by a discussion of race relations, Tirico just doesn’t want to go there. He told me to say he was mixed race, and that was that.

    “Why do I have to check any box?” he said. “If we live in a world where we’re not supposed to judge, why should anyone care about identifying?”

    Besides, he added, “The race question in America is one that probably never produces a satisfactory answer for those who are asking the questions.”


    The Times spun Tirico’s reticence about race as part of a general reluctance to draw attention to himself, but the comments about identity clearly rubbed people, including some of his former ESPN colleagues, the wrong way.





    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • lamontbdclamontbdc 16th & UPosts: 18,743 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Dam fs1. I mean who the fuck is gonna listen to a debate on soccer nascar or baseball..
  • playmaker88playmaker88 Boy, I tell you that's vision Like Tony Romo when he hitting Witten Posts: 66,086 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • TrillfateTrillfate "i used to like the Ride more now i like the Race...i used like the Prize more now i like the Chase" Posts: 22,732 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Can't lie, Cowherd pulled kyries card

    z4qp8gvofqsm.gif
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 22,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://awfulannouncing.com/nfl/ray-lewis-joining-showtimes-inside-the-nfl.html
    Ray Lewis joining Showtime’s Inside the NFL

    Ray Lewis spent the last NFL season without a television role after a three-year stint with ESPN. Now it looks like he’ll be doing double-duty. Awful Announcing has learned that the former Baltimore Ravens linebacker will be joining Showtime’s Inside the NFL.

    Just last month, Fox announced Lewis’s addition to Fox and FS1 as a NFL analyst. It’s not clear how much this will impact Lewis’s work with Fox and FS1. The smart thinking is he’ll continue to do some work for the network, but likely in a reduced role considering Inside The NFL tapes in New Jersey and most of Fox and FS1’s operations are in Los Angeles.

    Lewis will slide in to replace Brandon Marshall, who has spent the last three years serving as a analyst, an opportunity his last two employers (the Chicago Bears and New York Jets) accommodated. Marshall’s new team, the New York Giants, often practice on Tuesdays when Inside the NFL tapes which necessitated the show needing to retool for the upcoming season. It’s possible Marshall could still have some level of involvement going forward, depending on his availability.

    This is an interesting move on both sides as Lewis hadn’t really settled into his role at Fox, which you can glean at this point was not exclusive, and probably wasn’t as comprehensive and lucrative as Lewis would have liked now that he’s added this to his plate.
    For Showtime, it’s quite a bold and potentially risky move given Lewis spent a full season off of television and still has a share of vocal detractors stemming from his 2000 guilty plea to an obstruction of justice charge. Beyond that, Lewis didn’t exactly earn high marks in his three years at ESPN. He often seemed an octave off in terms of energy level from the rest of his colleagues. Viewers also noted that Lewis would often forgo commentary on teams’s offenses focusing primarily on defensive analysis, but was often hesitant to drill down beyond high-level observations.

    While Lewis didn’t mesh particularly well at ESPN, you could argue that maybe it wasn’t the best fit for him. He had little training prior to the very public facing role and almost the entirety of his work was done in a live environment and at different venues. Showtime seems to be optimistic that a highly formatted weekly taped studio show will be a much better fit for Lewis. Should Lewis find his groove on Inside the NFL, it would be interesting to see what type of shuffling, if any, Showtime would do if Marshall were to become available via retirement or signing with a new NFL team.
    vqllc3.jpg

    eitedl.jpg

    156s7y0.jpg

    2zojh39.jpg

    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • ghostdog56ghostdog56 Posts: 2,457 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Josina anderson is not attractive she look like a gremlin with all that make up on

    It be some pressed dudes online who gas any thing, in the power thread those lames hyped over seeing lala semi naked like some 7th graders.



































    zt53u5zeds8w.gif
    R0mp
  • blackrainblackrain Posts: 26,065 Regulator
    Josina anderson is not attractive she look like a gremlin with all that make up on

    It be some pressed dudes online who gas any thing, in the power thread those lames hyped over seeing lala semi naked like some 7th graders.

    Anytime she comes on tv my wife flames her ass over her makeup...shit is hilarious
    CJ
Sign In or Register to comment.