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Grid
11-12-2012, 08:00 AM
Has anyone else noticed that Collinsworth seems to dislike us?

I noticed it first in the Greenbay game where he had absolutely nothing positive to say about us from the first snap till the end of the game. Well that isnt entirely true.. he would say something positive but immediately follow it up with a "...but".

For example, he might say something like "J.J. Watt is just a beast in the pass rush. ...but the question is, does Houston have anyone else on this defense that they can rely on."

Then he would follow that up with a 5 minute dissertation on the sheen and definition of Clay Mathews' pulsing biceps and how if Jesus himself came down from heaven the first thing he would want to do is get Clay to sign his sandals.


He earned my ire in the GB game, and then solidified his place as "one of my least favorite people" in last nights game.

Now... my mother is far from "football savvy". And 99% of the time, when the Texans are playing, she watches about 5 minutes of actual game, and listens to the rest of it in spurts while she is walking around her house cleaning. But even she called me last night and asked me if Collinsworth used to be a Chicago Bear or something because he seemed to really favor them over us.

Its freakin annoying. The deuce-head even went so far as to say that the Bears are bigger and stronger and are looking to overpower a weaker Texans team.

I understand that color commentary requires you to voice your opinion as often as the facts.. but it seems really unprofessional to me that a primetime announcer should be so obviously bias.


Whatever the case.. if I ever meet him in person im gonna give him the stink eye and spit on his adidas.

TexansSeminole
11-12-2012, 08:05 AM
Yea, it's just you. I don't think Collinsworth is biased at all. He gave us plenty of props in that game.

Why so sensitive?

BigBull17
11-12-2012, 08:09 AM
Even my wife noticed the lack of professionalism from Collinsworth. You are supposed to be impartial and he was far from it. He went on and on about the oline blowing up our dline on run plays, when that just wasnt true. Maybe 6 inches.

Thorn
11-12-2012, 08:10 AM
Collinsworth picked the Texans to beat Chicago on Inside the NFL last week.

ItsMyFault
11-12-2012, 08:12 AM
I honestly didn't notice it very much at all.

Even if it was there, I can kind of understand why teams who regularly have primetime games year in and year out got some more respect over the new kids that are new primetime.

But really, I mean I really don't think Collinsworth was all that bad.

TheIronDuke
11-12-2012, 08:18 AM
Funny you posted this because on the Bears forum there's a thread about Collinsworth. In opinions I've seen, they feel like he was hating on them. So I think fans of both teams hear what they want to hear, I thought it seemed like he was slobbing the Bears' knobs all game but I am obviously partial to the Texans.

Here's the thread on the Bears MB.

http://dabears.com/showthread.php?45569-Cris-Collinsworth

Stemp
11-12-2012, 08:21 AM
Collinsworth picked the Texans to beat Chicago on Inside the NFL last week.

He didn't announce it since he was calling the game,but yeah he did.

Also, he and Phill picked every game the same except Dallas/Philly and Collinsworth picked Philly.

Stemp
11-12-2012, 08:23 AM
Funny you posted this because on the Bears forum there's a thread about Collinsworth. In opinions I've seen, they feel like he was hating on them. So I think fans of both teams hear what they want to hear, I thought it seemed like he was slobbing the Bears' knobs all game but I am obviously partial to the Texans.

Here's the thread on the Bears MB.

http://dabears.com/showthread.php?45569-Cris-Collinsworth

He hates the Bears but was complimenting them all night.

Plus, only 3 idiots posted on that. I think the rest are just rolling their eyes.

:kubepalm:

Trail.Blazr
11-12-2012, 08:24 AM
Yea, it's just you. I don't think Collinsworth is biased at all. He gave us plenty of props in that game.

Why so sensitive?

HAHA!!! I think he just hates listening to the NECK as much as I do, so selective hearing kicks in. Most everyone has that announcer that gives you the fingernails on chalkboard effect.

Fact: NOBODY loves Chris Collinsworth more than Chris Collinsworth.

TheIronDuke
11-12-2012, 08:31 AM
He hates the Bears but was complimenting them all night.

Plus, only 3 idiots posted on that. I think the rest are just rolling their eyes.

:kubepalm:

The thread was just started a few minutes ago. I've seen a couple of mentions in other threads that Collinsworth hated them as well.

IDEXAN
11-12-2012, 08:42 AM
Let me join the list of others who say that Collingsworth has given the Texans
a fair shake in his reporting/analysis of their performance and during games
they are involved in playing.

jahunter221
11-12-2012, 09:06 AM
You people that dont hear the bias against the texans from this pencil neck peckerwood must have ADD.:wild:

FirstTexansFan
11-12-2012, 09:10 AM
I'm old, deaf and blind and the sorry pos grates on my last nerve... but apparently not as deaf as some of these posters.. seriously, you can defend this turd? :vincepalm:

HOU-TEX
11-12-2012, 09:10 AM
Eh, I don't have a problem with Collinsworth other than the sound of his voice.

Heck, Al Michaels used to take digs at us too.

Hervoyel
11-12-2012, 09:12 AM
I didn't notice anything all that negative from Collinsworth. I think Houston fans have a natural propensity for thin-skinned whining. Anytime we don't get our collective knobs polished by the national media it's part of some "Hate On Houston" campaign that's secretely funded by ESPN and the Eastern/Liberal/Elite.

Frankly I find it unbecoming but that's just me.

Hervoyel
11-12-2012, 09:14 AM
I should add that I don't think Collinsworth is very good. I just think he's more or less equally bad to everybody.

Porky
11-12-2012, 09:16 AM
Fair and balanced crew. I enjoyed watching them in prime time and didn't notice a thing that bothered me. We just beat the tar (physically) out of the Bears and we complain about the color guy on the broadcast? Weird. :vincepalm:

Thorn
11-12-2012, 09:29 AM
Collinsworth ain't that bad. But, people hear what they want to hear. if he bothers you that much, mute the TV. I've done that on muliple occasions when the announcers are acting like pricks. You know, it's really not bad watching the game with no sound, or with some music.

TheRealJoker
11-12-2012, 09:32 AM
Collinsworth got shut down by Wade's dad his entire career.... hence why he doesn't like us.

Playoffs
11-12-2012, 09:37 AM
Too much whining on TT this morning, need more celebrating. :d:

awc713
11-12-2012, 09:40 AM
didnt really notice any bias towards chicago, but collinsworth reporting was a joke.

i remember in the 1st half, he said foster had already racked up rushing 96 yards. the texans actually had 96 rushing yards, with forsett having around 20, so foster was actually around 70. just lazy fact checking.

gwallaia
11-12-2012, 09:42 AM
LOL! There is a thread on DaBears message board complaining about Collinsworth.

I agree with Hervoyel's earlier statement by the way.

Marcus
11-12-2012, 09:44 AM
I didn't notice anything all that negative from Collinsworth. I think Houston fans have a natural propensity for thin-skinned whining. Anytime we don't get our collective knobs polished by the national media it's part of some "Hate On Houston" campaign that's secretely funded by ESPN and the Eastern/Liberal/Elite.

Frankly I find it unbecoming but that's just me.

I agree with this take. Our thin-skinned sensitivity goes hand and hand with waiting for that other shoe to drop.

GP
11-12-2012, 09:45 AM
For me, it was just his unrelenting need to say something even if it wasn't true.

Some guys find ways to commentate and not insult the viewers. CC is not one of those types of commentators. Snarky, snide, and I really think it's funny that NBC thinks he's good enough to pair with Al Michaels.

Troy Aikman is my favorite color guy, tbh. Pains me to say that, but it is what it is. The guy is down-to-earth, keeps it simple, and knows his stuff.

ChampionTexan
11-12-2012, 09:51 AM
Collinsworth got shut down by Wade's dad his entire career.... hence why he doesn't like us.

Collinsworth didn't play a single game against a Bum Phillips coached Oilers team. His rookie season was Bum's first season in NO.

gtexan02
11-12-2012, 09:54 AM
At what point Collinsworth described Wade Phillips in almost angelic terms. He loves him some Phillips

TheRealJoker
11-12-2012, 09:54 AM
Collinsworth didn't play a single game against a Bum Phillips coached Oilers team. His rookie season was Bum's first season in NO.

Sorry, I assumed he was older. Can you blame me for not remembering his NFL career?

steelbtexan
11-12-2012, 10:00 AM
I didn't notice anything all that negative from Collinsworth. I think Houston fans have a natural propensity for thin-skinned whining. Anytime we don't get our collective knobs polished by the national media it's part of some "Hate On Houston" campaign that's secretely funded by ESPN and the Eastern/Liberal/Elite.

Frankly I find it unbecoming but that's just me.

^^^^
This

If Bears and Texans fans are both complaining about the job Collingsworth did, he must have done a good job.

Personally I believe Collingsworth is the best analyst in the game. Followed by Gruden and Tim Ryan.

Thorn
11-12-2012, 10:31 AM
^^^^
This

If Bears and Texans fans are both complaining about the job Collingsworth did, he must have done a good job.

Personally I believe Collingsworth is the best analyst in the game. Followed by Gruden and Tim Ryan.

I don't know if he's the best analyst, but I like watching him on Inside the NFL. Him and Phil Simms are entertaining to watch when they go after each other.

jradMIT
11-12-2012, 10:32 AM
All I remember that I thought was unfair from him was during the Green Bay game when the Texans weren't able to run the ball he concluded after a qtr and a half of football, that the Texans competition must have been so terrible for the first 6 games. I thought it was a little of an over assumption based on such a small time vs 6 games, plus the Texans hadn't really run the ball that great before either, it was more of there inefficiency running then the schedule being soft for the first six games.

Big Lou
11-12-2012, 10:41 AM
Probably the Homer in me, but I felt like between the GB and CHi game Collinsworth was negative towards us. I could see CHI fans saying the same thing the day after.

I was getting tried of Chris in the first quarter. don't care for him much anyway, he seems a litle smug, maybe its just my take. Seems like its his choice of adjetives. At one point he called the Bears Defense vaunted, I was like yeh they are good, but vaunted. Maybe its just that I don't like him.

I think what made me the maddest was that Al (or Chris) called K-Marts first kick return a fumble later in the game. I was like "It wasn't a fumble dumb ass, you even said it 10 minutes earlier, how are you going to act like that was a turn over?".

In the GB game I even felt like Al was getting in on the action, but it could have been that I was pissed at just about everything during that game.

Anyway we won a smash mouth game, and made a statement. This team played like a Prison Team in my opinion. Texans, had more points, TOP, and turn overs, while the Bears had more overall yards. Except for a big pass it seemed like the Bears had like 20 yards because of the physical play.

beerlover
11-12-2012, 10:54 AM
I would like to see the Sunday night crew changed out period. Love Gus Johnson & Charles Davis combo, I would tune in just to hear the play calling, breakdown & analysis. That said at least replace Collinsworth with a former player whom we respect, Howe Long would be a good choice, might actually be interested to hear what he has to say :kitten:

badboy
11-12-2012, 11:02 AM
8-1 Next?

Allstar
11-12-2012, 12:10 PM
I didn't notice any impartiality.

DBCooper
11-12-2012, 12:23 PM
Lol, I don't know how many times last night I was yelling for Collingsworth to shut his piehole!

He's the worst.

Tailgate
11-12-2012, 12:33 PM
It just took them a little longer to start complimenting our D they way they were Chicagos.

Say Watt
11-12-2012, 12:34 PM
The way he reacted to the illegal pass that was beyond the LOS showed me how biased Collinsworth was. He was begging for a challenge, and any unbiased person could see there was no way there was sufficient evidence to overturn the call. Even after the ruling was confirmed, he kept bitching.

I'm not thin skinned. I don't care. Stuff like this is ammunition. Screw the media pundits. We are out to win football games not more fans.

run-david-run
11-12-2012, 12:37 PM
I think Collinsworth is one of the most knowledgeable announcers I've heard and I've always enjoyed Sunday Night games because of it....until the Texans started playing them.
The "running game" thing was down right weird. He kept trying to point out how the Bears were getting push upfront as Forte was getting tackled for no gain over and over again. Overall, it was probably as hard a game to announce as to play given the conditions, sloppy play and general terribleness from a neutral point of view (as a texan fan, i loved every second).
But it does seem Cris is oddly critical of us. Maybe he lost some money on us in 2010 or something.

DaTruthExplodes
11-12-2012, 12:50 PM
how can you blame him?

we get crushed by green bay and we barely beat jason campbell. forgive him for not being impressed.

76Texan
11-12-2012, 01:21 PM
I think Collinsworth is one of the most knowledgeable announcers I've heard and I've always enjoyed Sunday Night games because of it....until the Texans started playing them.
The "running game" thing was down right weird. He kept trying to point out how the Bears were getting push upfront as Forte was getting tackled for no gain over and over again. Overall, it was probably as hard a game to announce as to play given the conditions, sloppy play and general terribleness from a neutral point of view (as a texan fan, i loved every second).
But it does seem Cris is oddly critical of us. Maybe he lost some money on us in 2010 or something.

I don't know, but maybe the fact that he picked us to win prompted him to "sounds" a little more partial to the Bears to balance it out?!?

TexansFanatic
11-12-2012, 01:48 PM
I didn't notice anything all that negative from Collinsworth. I think Houston fans have a natural propensity for thin-skinned whining. Anytime we don't get our collective knobs polished by the national media it's part of some "Hate On Houston" campaign that's secretely funded by ESPN and the Eastern/Liberal/Elite.

Frankly I find it unbecoming but that's just me.

Well said. This speaks for me as well.

Goatcheese
11-12-2012, 02:19 PM
He sounded more clueless than bias. The guy's style is like listening to an emo Ben Stein.

WTB Gus as the Texans color man every game.

OH MY GOD!!

thunderkyss
11-12-2012, 09:38 PM
I don't like Collinsworth. I don't think he "looks" like a football guy, "sound" like a football guy, or "knows" half the crap he pretends to know.

But I don't think he is partial to any one team, or that he has any bias against the Texans.

I think he may still have some of that, "You gotta prove it to me first" attitude that most have when concerning the Texans, but I believe that is warranted.

Again, just because I like saying it..... I hate Chris Collinsworth.


As a side note, my wife didn't know that was Frank Gifford... she grew up watching Regis & Kathie and she knew Kathie was married to a "football player" but she had no idea who Frank Gifford was.

Texan_Bill
11-12-2012, 09:40 PM
He sounded more clueless than bias. The guy's style is like listening to an emo Ben Stein.

WTB Gus as the Texans color man every game.

OH MY GOD!!

The bolded is really funny to me!!! *repped*

Texn4life
11-13-2012, 12:50 AM
I watch Inside the NFL every week and he's been giving us plenty of props since last year. I think this is much ado about nothing.

Listen guys, if not every person is ready to get on their knees and bow to our greatness it doesn't mean they hate us. They have to be objective in their jobs which is pointing out the negatives as well as the positives. We're not a perfect team. I'm not sure where this middle brother complex comes from but it gets annoying.

The Pencil Neck
11-13-2012, 01:12 AM
You people that dont hear the bias against the texans from this pencil neck peckerwood must have ADD.:wild:

:shades:

The Pencil Neck
11-13-2012, 01:18 AM
I don't like Collinsworth. I don't think he "looks" like a football guy, "sound" like a football guy, or "knows" half the crap he pretends to know.

But I don't think he is partial to any one team, or that he has any bias against the Texans.

I think he may still have some of that, "You gotta prove it to me first" attitude that most have when concerning the Texans, but I believe that is warranted.

Again, just because I like saying it..... I hate Chris Collinsworth.


As a side note, my wife didn't know that was Frank Gifford... she grew up watching Regis & Kathie and she knew Kathie was married to a "football player" but she had no idea who Frank Gifford was.

Cris Collinsworth was one of my favorite non-Oiler wide receivers back in the early 80's. He was a long-ball type of receiver and I loved the way he just dropped the ball over his back after he ran into the end-zone. It was a very cool, nonchalant sort of thing.

I hate him as a commentator.

ajohnson80
11-13-2012, 03:15 AM
He threw some positive comments in there, but at the start of the game not even 2 minutes in he says this is starting to feel like the Sunday game against Green Bay. That was annoying, but other than that he wasn't any more bias than usual.

Texn4life
11-13-2012, 03:25 AM
He threw some positive comments in there, but at the start of the game not even 2 minutes in he says this is starting to feel like the Sunday game against Green Bay. That was annoying, but other than that he wasn't any more bias than usual.

He referenced it being like that game in the context of us coming out of the gate throwing and not trying to run opening up the game. He even followed it up saying that. We gotta do better people than worrying about every time someone points out a negative about us. As fans we do it all the time. So you expect an analyst not to?

Txn_in_Oki
11-13-2012, 03:37 AM
Sorry, but Collinsworth was on the Bears' jock the whole game. Even my daughter, at the ripe old age of 9 said "Dad, is that guy going to talk about the Bears all game?"

I crap you not.

ajohnson80
11-13-2012, 06:55 AM
We start many games throwing so why reference the only game we lost. Is the green bay game the only Texans game he has seen this year?

Texn4life
11-13-2012, 09:03 AM
We start many games throwing so why reference the only game we lost. Is the green bay game the only Texans game he has seen this year?

Good point! Maybe he doesn't watch complete game film and just watches cut ups of games. The only game we've started with a run this year was Buffalo.

Ryan
11-13-2012, 09:21 AM
He was fine to me until the play Cutler got popped by Dobbins on. He was clearly past the line of scrimmage and he was a bit excessive about how that should be legal and about the dirty hit.

GlassHalfFull
11-13-2012, 09:29 AM
At the beginning of the game, the whole Tillman one two punch thing was getting annoying. I proposed a drinking game to my husband for everytime we heard it, but he whimped out 'cause he had to go to work in the morning.

TexanSam
11-13-2012, 10:19 AM
I think Collinsworth is just annoying regardless of who's playing. Too much of a know it all every Sunday Night.

GP
11-13-2012, 10:59 AM
He was fine to me until the play Cutler got popped by Dobbins on. He was clearly past the line of scrimmage and he was a bit excessive about how that should be legal and about the dirty hit.

And they were BOTH defiant about Foster's goal line catch. I mean, drama drama drama...as if there was just no way that ball didn't touch the ground. Only after like the zillionth replay did he finally say "Yeahhhhh...that's a catch." LOL.

One thing he said that really threw me for a loop, though, is that he 100% nailed Brandon Marshall's push-off on JJo by saying "Joseph says 'Oh yeah, you wanna push me? Alright, I can play that game too!'" Most announcers (i.e. Dierdorf) would have said the CB committed blatant P.I. on that play. Collinsworth called it correctly. Which throws me for a loop.

Dread-Head
11-13-2012, 11:06 AM
I didn't like Miss Collinsworth when she was playing for the Bengals, when she was a commentator for Fox Sports and I still don't like him/her now.Vugg it.

Texan_Bill
11-13-2012, 11:20 AM
Say what you will about Collinsworth, try re-watching the Ravens game with Gumbledorf having an on-air orgasm talking about Terrell Suggs. :gun:

Specnatz
11-13-2012, 12:02 PM
He was fine to me until the play Cutler got popped by Dobbins on. He was clearly past the line of scrimmage and he was a bit excessive about how that should be legal and about the dirty hit.

He begged for the Bears to throw the challenge flag for 5 min before it was challenged. Saying he was not beyond the line of scrimmage, it was disgusting how he did it.

silentassassin
11-13-2012, 12:02 PM
We start many games throwing so why reference the only game we lost. Is the green bay game the only Texans game he has seen this year?


Seems like it, doesn't it?

This is the problem with most guys that cover the league for a national media outlet. They're naturally more exposed to the more popular teams, so when it comes to teams like the Texans, they either keep referring to cliches about the team or go off of what they've personally seen.

In this case, it was the Green Bay game. Probably the ONLY Texans game he's seen more than a significant portion of in his entire seven or so years doing color commentary for NBC Sunday Night Football.

drs23
11-13-2012, 12:03 PM
You people that dont hear the bias against the texans from this pencil neck peckerwood must have ADD.:wild:

:shades:

OK, now that was witty. :)

MSR

drs23
11-13-2012, 12:12 PM
Seems like it, doesn't it?

This is the problem with most guys that cover the league for a national media outlet. They're naturally more exposed to the more popular teams, so when it comes to teams like the Texans, they either keep referring to cliches about the team or go off of what they've personally seen.

In this case, it was the Green Bay game. Probably the ONLY Texans game he's seen more than a significant portion of in his entire seven or so years doing color commentary for NBC Sunday Night Football.

That and the fact that at least 3 or 4 times Fouts & Dumbledorf refer to the Texans as the Tits. That really gives me a rash.

Thorn
11-13-2012, 12:41 PM
That and the fact that at least 3 or 4 times Fouts & Dumbledorf refer to the Texans as the Tits. That really gives me a rash.

For ten ****ing years now, almost every game, some dumbass announcer calls us either the Oilers or the Titans at least once.

pec0sb0b
11-13-2012, 01:11 PM
One thing he said that really threw me for a loop, though, is that he 100% nailed Brandon Marshall's push-off on JJo by saying "Joseph says 'Oh yeah, you wanna push me? Alright, I can play that game too!'" Most announcers (i.e. Dierdorf) would have said the CB committed blatant P.I. on that play. Collinsworth called it correctly. Which throws me for a loop.

I recall a couple of comments during the game about the refs "letting them play," although several articles I've read since lay partial blame for the Bears loss on the "inexplicable" lack of calls on Texans' DBs...http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1407115-texans-vs-bears-take-2-foster-feasts-on-the-bears (Nate Dunlevy sucks and shouldn't be writing articles about the Texans on a Texans' fan site).

pec0sb0b
11-13-2012, 01:15 PM
Say what you will about Collinsworth, try re-watching the Ravens game with Gumbledorf having an on-air orgasm talking about Terrell Suggs. :gun:

That pair is by far the worst team we get for our broadcasts. When they get the assignment I routinely turn the broadcast sound off and listen to the game on the radio.

DBCooper
11-13-2012, 02:25 PM
I recall a couple of comments during the game about the refs "letting them play," although several articles I've read since lay partial blame for the Bears loss on the "inexplicable" lack of calls on Texans' DBs...http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1407115-texans-vs-bears-take-2-foster-feasts-on-the-bears (Nate Dunlevy sucks and shouldn't be writing articles about the Texans on a Texans' fan site).

lol

I find that funny, because Marshall was cheating the entire game.

Trap_Star
11-13-2012, 02:58 PM
Has anyone else noticed that Collinsworth seems to dislike us?

I noticed it first in the Greenbay game where he had absolutely nothing positive to say about us from the first snap till the end of the game. Well that isnt entirely true.. he would say something positive but immediately follow it up with a "...but".

For example, he might say something like "J.J. Watt is just a beast in the pass rush. ...but the question is, does Houston have anyone else on this defense that they can rely on."

Then he would follow that up with a 5 minute dissertation on the sheen and definition of Clay Mathews' pulsing biceps and how if Jesus himself came down from heaven the first thing he would want to do is get Clay to sign his sandals.


He earned my ire in the GB game, and then solidified his place as "one of my least favorite people" in last nights game.

Now... my mother is far from "football savvy". And 99% of the time, when the Texans are playing, she watches about 5 minutes of actual game, and listens to the rest of it in spurts while she is walking around her house cleaning. But even she called me last night and asked me if Collinsworth used to be a Chicago Bear or something because he seemed to really favor them over us.

Its freakin annoying. The deuce-head even went so far as to say that the Bears are bigger and stronger and are looking to overpower a weaker Texans team.

I understand that color commentary requires you to voice your opinion as often as the facts.. but it seems really unprofessional to me that a primetime announcer should be so obviously bias.


Whatever the case.. if I ever meet him in person im gonna give him the stink eye and spit on his adidas.

Brown, black or pink stick?

infantrycak
11-13-2012, 05:41 PM
I recall a couple of comments during the game about the refs "letting them play," although several articles I've read since lay partial blame for the Bears loss on the "inexplicable" lack of calls on Texans' DBs..

lol

I find that funny, because Marshall was cheating the entire game.

Marshall is notorious for pushing off. I believe it was Marshall's first reception of the game and JJo went over and had a fairly long but not heated discussion with the ref. Very smart move - basically call it on both of us or call it on neither of us I suspect. There were calls which could have been made on JJo but if they did there should have been Marshall mugging calls as well.

I do think there should have been a call when KJ got steamrolled.

DexmanC
11-13-2012, 05:47 PM
I remember a couple long passes aimed at Marshall, when JJo was basically
forcing Marshall to have to catch the ball one handed. The dropped
touchdown was a clear example of Marshall pushing off, but not being
able to recover in time to catch the ball.

Wolf
11-13-2012, 05:56 PM
Collinsworthless is almost bottom of the barrel for me. Almost bill Walton bottom

thunderkyss
11-13-2012, 05:59 PM
Collinsworthless is almost bottom of the barrel for me. Almost bill Walton bottom

Jaws is the guy I can't stand. Gruden is the guy I like the most.

drs23
11-13-2012, 11:14 PM
Jaws is the guy I can't stand. Gruden is the guy I like the most.

I can appreciate Jaws for his knowledge and what he brings to the discussion, just can't handle his voice inflections during his presenting it. Used to make me wanna mute it but then I wouldn't know what he said that I didn't wanna listen to him say. Ya know? :gun:

Thorn
11-14-2012, 07:53 AM
For all of yall that hate Collinsworth I'll be sure and let you know how he does tonight on Inside the NFL. :lol:

beerlover
11-17-2012, 11:50 AM
For all of yall that hate Collinsworth I'll be sure and let you know how he does tonight on Inside the NFL. :lol:

you do that, we'll all be hanging on his every word. not :cheese:

Thorn
11-17-2012, 12:22 PM
you do that, we'll all be hanging on his every word. not :cheese:

Well, since you asked, he said in the (internet only) picks on Inside the NFL that they don't talk enough about the great job Wade has done on our defense.

I only say that since you sounded interested. :)

ObsiWan
11-17-2012, 12:35 PM
Well, since you asked, he said in the (internet only) picks on Inside the NFL that they don't talk enough about the great job Wade has done on our defense.

I only say that since you sounded interested. :)

:spit: