Originally posted by sfniner: You think that you had it bad?
I had to listen to the local Denver broadcast homers because the NFL network broadcast was blacked out in Santa Fe.
It was painful!!!!
They referred to our players almost entirely by number and kept talking about how Nolan was brought in to create turnovers on defense.
I have to re-watch it on NFL network when it re airs just to get the horrible memory out of my head.
I had to watch that as well since I'm in Wyoming. They called Reggie Smith Kory Sheets when he made that interception. Brit Miller was Diyral Briggs on his first touchdown lol. It was terrible, especially when they said Nolan was brought in to create "turnovers".
Originally posted by GEEK: Davis was okay, but O'Donnell was pretty bad.
He thought Ronald Fields was Ray McDonald in the beginning.
It's pre-season for them as well. Let them work out the kinks of a long offseason.
I caught the Ronald Fields thing too. I laughed when I heard that.
well I had it worse... I mean.... Dennis O'Donnell's misinformed commentary has affected me outside of preseason broadcasts apparently.....
I feel like an idiot... I was with my brother and we were going over the 9er roster in Madden....and I'm like.... oh look... EA F'n up..they still have Ray McDonald on our team....then looked straight into my younger brother's eyes and said...."he is on the Broncos now"
(even though in the back of my mind, I could've swore he was still with us...but just hurt or something)
I'm thinking "damn, Nolan is taking our players"
I might just have to mute the T.V. and turn on the Radio Broadcast for these next few weeks.
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