Bold strategy, Cotton.
ESPN and J.J. Watt, sittin' in a tree...
"These are the types of plays that historically have gone against the Vikings, the Minneapolis Miracle, plays that are fluke plays that went against this team. I'm sure Vikings' fans are saying 'It's about time we get one of these to go our way.'"
"It's a more conforming broadcast and production. ...For me, it's like putting on a comfortable pair of jeans, it's what I've done for 20-plus years."
Tess and Booger are coming back this fall, for better or worse.
After one year and a lot of criticism, the BoogerMobile appears to be no more.
“We have all intention of including Witt and Boog in our draft buildup because of their knowledge and insight. You’ll see them all over.”
It’s no secret that ESPN’s gambit on an all-new Monday Night Football broadcast booth hasn’t gone according to...
"I don’t want to live in the knee-jerk world of, ‘Hey social media doesn’t like him, they don’t like this or that,’ and make a change. I just want to see it play out."
This is not a perfect fix, but it's a step in the right direction.
ESPN is attempting some different things with their three-man booth.