Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Cajuncowboy, Nov 18, 2012.
I guess my standards are a bit higher than some then.
He could have said powdered donuts
No, not only because of this statement. There are a litany of reasons to not watch these shows. For most, this was so minor and silly that it doesn't even register.
Just out of curiosity, how did Irvin react to it?
For the record, I can't stand Faulk.
It's not about having a higher standard. You're just using a different one.
I caught this and honestly thought that Marshall was playing the guy (ding dongs) girl (ho hos) angle, not Faulk making fun of Mike's excessive womanizing back in the day.
Pretty much the kind of joke I suspect they say off set all the time.
Irvin got loud about it. Didn't look like he was real happy with it.
Yeah, it's a different standard, which is higher.
I didn't see it that way at all and from Irvin's reaction I didn't think he did either.
I for one enjoy the Sunday morning NFL network except anytime ** opens his mouth.
Here is the video...
Cajun, you overstated this. These guys are joking around and being silly.
I don't know how to imbed Perhaps one of the mods can help.
Here you go.
Um, no I didn't. Irvin looked at Sapp and said "What's he doing?" And he looked upset about as well. But hey, some people prefer to crawl in the mud. I don't.
Enjoy the mud.
Uh yeah, that was completely staged.
Perhaps you are just looking for something to be there that isn't. I don't see it.
It was a joke. And as Childsplay suggested...most likely staged.
Thanks man. I screw it up everytime.
You're a Redskins fan. We expect it.
This Turkey Day... Redskins are going into second place. :
even funnier than I imagined. Irvin was loving that one.
a) Ho is not a dirty term;
b) mostly men watch that network and most will find it funny; and
c) it is a cable network so rules are different.
95% of viewers will find it funny.