I thought it might be kind of entertaining to start a thread making fun of the NFL sports analyst we see on TV and how much they just regurgitate the same old stuff another person says and fail to add anything insightful or fresh. This is not just ESPN, but they seem to do it the most. And not everyone at ESPN falls into this category. I like hearing Boomer, Tom Jackson, and Michael Smith for instance. And I realize it is entertainment, but can't you cover more than just the same old thing that Jim Rome, Around the Horn, PTI, and SC have already covered and do so in a manner that entertains. So let's keep a running tab of some of the goofy things we notice, get a record of who tends to have fresh insightful information and who is just a goofball on TV. Or which buzzwords or buzz phrases that tend to run a muck after a show or two, kind of like the IBM commercials where they play Buzzword Bingo. The one have been noticing lately is: "blood in the water" as in, "now they have a chance to win, they can attack while there is blood in the water". I heard Jaws say this at least 2 maybe 3 times on MNF and I didn't watch the whole game. But I must have heard it a half dozen times before that on NFL Live, Monday night countdown, and I think I heard it a few times on Around the Horn last week when I was off of work. I know it is nothing knew, but it is making the rounds right now. They all must watch each other's shows and then try to coin a phrase for the week or something. They probably got a pool going, maybe the winner gets an honorary Pulitzer. (that could be a brand new buzzword right there) I know I have heard several more recently, but they are not coming to mind right away.