Here’s the most predictably tedious development in ESPN history


In the most ESPN development in the history of ESPN, ESPN2's First Take dedicated time on the morning after the nationatl championship game to debating ESPN's pointless story about ESPN analyst Tim Tebow working with ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer.  Your ESPN Echo Chamber at work!

It's amazing that even after Tebow began what looks to be a promising television career at the network, the darker forces at ESPN are still trying to squeeze every drop out of the corpse that is his NFL career.  As forward-thinking as ESPN can be (see: BCS Megacast) there are still some sectors that are backwards and stuck in their ways.  This isn't trying to reinvent the wheel, this is taking us back to a time before cavemen invented wheels in the first place.

Let this also serve as your quarterly reminder to avoid watching First Take at all costs.

Pic via GerdOZone

Matt Yoder

About Matt Yoder

Award winning sportswriter at The Comeback and Awful Announcing. The biggest cat in the whole wide world.