Football commentators and analysts make the big bucks by sharing their expert insights with the viewing and listening public. But often what comes out of their mouths isn’t quite as deep and insightful as they’d like. Here are 25 of the best (or worst, depending on how you look at it) examples of football broadcasters in action, everything from Captain Obvious moments to extremely compelling double entendres to just plain WTF statements. Prepare to be, um, bowled over . . .
Touchdowns are better than field goals.
The Patriot’s motto is one word: Situational football.|
This is a home game. This is where you finally get to play at home.
Meaningless yards are not meaningful.
The Dallas Cowboys have two kinds of plays in their offense: running plays and passing plays.
The leadership definitely have to come from the leaders.
A high ankle sprain is generally higher up on the ankle.
You have to do well on third downs.
They have a lot of signs around their compound: “W-I-N”, which obviously stands for “win” . . .
The winner of this game is going to be whoever has the most points on the scoreboard at the end of the game.
It’s hard to matriculate the ball.
Don’t worry about the game you just won or the team that we just blew out… or, um… blown… blowed out… Let’s think about what we need to do going forward, and they had, uh… blown out.
That was a well-executed play that they didn’t execute very well.
You gotta score to put points on the board.
Al Michaels: Well, it appears that he has pulled his groin.
John Madden: And it’s a shame, it’s such a great groin.
Mike Mayock: I’ll give you a golf analogy.
Dan Hicks: Okay.
Mayock: He’s like a really good golfer.
You can see that they ran it right up the A-hole.
Remember, for it to be a forward pass, it’s got to go forward.
The Lion’s turnover rate is low because the offense is turning over the ball and the defense isn’t causing turnovers.
They’ve got a good three man trio.
Hardly anything wrong can go bad.
I think it’s his self‑confidence in himself that makes him so confident.
Like most NFL head coaches, that man is passionate about football.
People wonder how the center couldn’t feel the hands on a snap. Well, that’s a lot of man down there.
They’re going to keep running the ball even when they’re not running the ball.
And … in honor of Tom Brady and his eloquent defense of Deflategate:
Everybody has a preference. Some guys like them round, some guys like them thin, some guys like them tacky, some guys like them brand new, some guys like old balls. They’re all different. … It’s a very individual thing.
I’m not squeezing the balls. That’s not part of my process.
They also know how I like the balls and I tell them how great they are.
a few other ballsy comments:
Both quarterbacks are not showing their balls, uh…shy of throwing the balls, uh, ball.
Smith isn’t the only one who is happy after a thorough ball‑buffing. Frank Gore had some fumbling problems early in the year. But Gore doesn’t seem to have any trouble holding onto Smith’s balls. The Broncos, who come from the capital of ball‑doctoring, may want to keep Jay Cutler’s balls in a humidor so the rookie’s passes don’t sail on him. But the Broncos backs and receivers may have trouble grasping soggy balls.
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He had to cut the wind with his balls, which is something we had to see.
It’s fine to me. Every time he throws a pass, it always comes right to me. I like his balls.