The NFL Network Analysts Took Some Bad Acid Last Night

Friday, December 19, 2008

I've got a couple more videos to share with you this evening before I call it a week and S2N takes over. The first is a clip from the NFL Network Postgame last night. For some reason, the cameramen were playing around with the their lenses and the analysts were getting a huge kick out of having their heads blown up and/or shrunken.



I don't know if they were laughing that much because someone put pot in their holiday brownies, or if being on the set that long just makes you crazy. Either way....looks fun....can I have some?

(Thanks to IB from Sox and Dawgs for the clip)

9 Comments:

Faulk looks like a newborn at about 39 seconds into this.

MikeO. said...
Dec 19, 2008, 4:40:00 PM  

That is Eisen's actual head size, when you factor in ego and being a douchebag

jg said...
Dec 19, 2008, 4:45:00 PM  

That.....was....weird.

JFein said...
Dec 19, 2008, 4:53:00 PM  

It looks like Faulk got some of Griffey's medicine.

http://www.singaporesoxfan.com/images/gigantism.jpg

walnuts said...
Dec 19, 2008, 6:07:00 PM  
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Dec 19, 2008, 7:14:00 PM  

Nicely done, walnuts.

Is there any way to bring back the bad caricature Championship T-Shirts and/or The Head Saves The Earth?

Dec 19, 2008, 7:16:00 PM  

Yes, that was Deion's actual head size because of the folloing factors:

a) He's a douchenozzle.
b) Television distorts sizes.
c) He likes to talk about himself more than The Rock.
d) His ego is bigger thn Eisen's.

I could go on, but space and bandwidth must be saved.

JamesCraven said...
Dec 19, 2008, 9:22:00 PM  

So I said I would transcribe Tony's completely sleazy, 1977 Times Square sleazy, cheapshot on Crennel Monday night...

Here ya go...God, that guy is a lowlife slug.




TK: imagine being Romeo Crennel and having to see reports on television and even in newspapers, one day they're giving the job away the job to Bill Cowher, another day they've given it away to Marty Schottenheimer, that's what you have to go through every single day of your life.

RJ: I spoke to Marty Schottenheimer, he spoke to no one in the Browns organization, so who starts the rumors Tony?

TK: Not me.


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Play goes on...


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TK in voice over of images of BC and MS and their winning records...

"These are the people that they say Cleveland wants. Bill Cowher played for them, was an Asst. coach for them, Marty Schottenheimer was the HC, almost got them to the SB, people in cleveland say Cowher is the main guy thoogh, and Cowher is going to be bid up and bid up and bid up because there is (sic) a lot of teams in this league that would offer an open checkbook to Bill Cowher, he seems to be the number one choice, no contact is made, yet."

RJ: I ask the question...WHO IS **THEY**.

TK: Writers...and and

RJ: You're...

TK: And, and, and it doesn't just come out of thin air, you talk to people, you know, you do it this way, you say, "is there somebody out there you would want as a member of the staff, who would it be?" and somebody will put that name out there, it's a natural name, Cowher...I mean, one of the things that you would want about Bill Cowher, is not only did he recently win a SB, but that he understands this division, he played in Cleveland, coached in Cleveland, and if anybody would know how to beat Pittsburgh, which you mentioned Mike, that's the bugaboo for Romeo Crennel, couldn't beat them at all, it would certainly be Cowher...

RJ: Tony, I understand where you're coming from but Romeo Crennel right now is the head coach...

TK: YES

RJ: You start throwing out names like Bill Cowher, Marty Schottenheimer...**THEY SAID**....Bill Cowher and Marty Schottenheimer have too much respect for Romeo Crennel to say "OH YEAH, we're interested in that job."

RJ: To me, I don't know who these **THEY** are. It's clear Lerner said "we'd evaluate this at the end of the season...and everyone JUMPS to that conclusion.

TK: That's how sportswriting works, that's how the media works.

RJ: I know, but I get worked up because I don't think it's fair...

hollywood wags said...
Dec 19, 2008, 10:13:00 PM  

Seems like good acid, no?

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Dec 20, 2008, 7:29:00 AM  

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