ESPN unleashed a major makeover of its signature Monday Night Countdown show this year, parting ways with Cris Carter and Ray Lewis, reassigning Mike Ditka and Keyshawn Johnson, and bringing in Charles Woodson, Matt Hasselbeck and Randy Moss.

They’re still keeping some of the old segments, though, including the long-running “C’mon, man!” panel segment making fun of bloopers, and the now out-of-broadcasting Carter apparently isn’t a fan of how that goes without him:

Fair enough, Cris, but more detailed criticism than that would be appreciated. After all, every other ex-ESPN employee seems willing to lob plenty of shade at the network, so this is pretty mild by comparison. For reference, here’s the full C’mon Man segment from Monday with Suzy Kolber, Hasselbeck, Trent Dilfer, Steve Young, Moss and Woodson:

And here’s a 2010 classic from Carter:

So, the latest C’mon Man was definitely lacking in undershirts at the very least. It would be interesting to hear more of Carter’s takes on ESPN and why he was let go, though. What, didn’t he have a fall guy?

[For The Win]

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Andrew Bucholtz has been covering sports media for Awful Announcing since 2012. He is also a staff writer for The Comeback. His previous work includes time at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.

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