Last nights Monday Night Football broadcast was freaking horrendous. So horrendous that it completely went viral.
Between the now famous sideline reporter, Sergio Dipp, and how bad Rex Ryan was alongside Beth Mowins, it was a complete dumpster fire. I actually had high hopes for Sexy Rexy, but he brought absolutely nothing to the table, and Beth was just ok, wouldn’t be my first option to call my games but I get that it was the 2nd Monday night game.
I know I’ll get backlash because Beth is a female and we’re supposed to give participation trophies to all females who are pioneers, but it would be sexist if I didn’t criticize how bad the broadcast was, she honestly was just collateral damage.
So we pointed it out to ESPN and their crew:Ok maybe I shouldn’t have emphasized BROAD since a female was the lead play by play. She was ok like I said. And maybe I shouldn’t have said it gave me cancer, I guess that was insensitive, but at least I didn’t compare it to 9/11 like people did below (and didn’t get suspended) None the less, woke up this morning to find out that we were put in twitter jail and we had to remove the post. Our account was suspended for 24 hours.
If they’re going to tattle to Twitter about anyone who thought the broadcast was horrendous, they’re probably going to need to hire someone, at least they’ll be bringing jobs back to ESPN. Here are some other gems:
From now on if someone ask's were I was on 9/11 im going to need them2 specfy if they mean 2001 or when Amerca was introduced to Sergio Dipp
— PFTCommenter (@PFTCommenter) September 12, 2017
This ESPN MNF broadcast is the worst thing I've ever heard. And I hear my show every day.
— Dave Softy Mahler (@Softykjr) September 12, 2017
— Iain Lafave (@i_lafave22) September 12, 2017
On another note, am I alone? Or, is this the strangest broadcast in the history of MNF? I'm so confused by this crew.
— Justin Moore (@JustinColeMoore) September 12, 2017
Just wait til I get out of jail ESPN… I just want someone to tell me that was a good broadcast.