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It’s NFL season, so of course Chris Berman had a few moments that made us uncomfortable

On last week’s ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown, Chris Berman had the camera catch him at the wrong time while reporter Jeff Darlington’s audio wasn’t working. And, awkward:

Then on Monday Night Football… Berman butchered what was likely his last MNF game. Just one of many examples of Berman’s rough MNF performance, was talking about the national anthem protesting and referring to Colin Kaepernick as Blaine Gabbert. Whoops:

Charles Woodson says that Terrelle Pryor is going to have 1800 yards receiving this year

Former NFL star defensive back Charles Woodson said on ESPN that he’s calling 1800 yards receiving from… Terrelle Pryor. Yes, the former Ohio State quarterback that is now a 27-year-old wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns, and has five career NFL receptions. I’m gonna go ahead and say Woodson will be wrong on this one:

Dan Shulman refers to Novak Djokovic as “Jovak Nokovic”

During last Sunday’s Cubs-Astros game, ESPN’s Dan Shulman was talking about the U.S. Open Final that had just ended, and called Novak Djokovic “Jovak Nokovic”. Now, this could just be an easy tongue slip-up, but we’re only talking about maybe the best tennis player alive:

“Oh my goodness!” “Oh my heavens!”

This call from the CBS duo of Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson — on a horribly botched play by Ole Miss late in the fourth quarter against Alabama — cracked me up on Saturday:

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About Matt Clapp

Matt is an editor at The Comeback. He attended Colorado State University, wishes he was Saved by the Bell's Zack Morris, and idolizes Larry David. And loves pizza and dogs because obviously.

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