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A Struggling ESPN Lays Off Many On-Air Personalities • Page 2

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Apr 26, 2017.

  1. ARo24

    Regular Supporter

    Stark really surprised me he's great. But I had to chuckle when I saw Trent Dilfer on the list he's awful haha.
     
  2. DaydreamNation

    Had enough? Supporter

    Fuck and Mark Saxon AND Jim Bowden?? I almost exclusively read baseball stuff so I guess I'll be finding a new home.

    Saxon was the Cardinals' beat writer and he was fucking fantastic so his firing actually sucks the most for me.
     
  3. a nice person

    Trusted Prestigious

    "You can't lose games and expect to win games"

    He really said that on ESPN
     
  4. omgrawr

    That loneliness is not a function of solitude.

    Curious to see if Scott Van Pelt says anything about all this on tonight's SportsCenter. He's one of the few remaining at ESPN that I actually really like.
     
  5. slimfenix182

    FUCKIN SAVAGES IN THAT FUCKIN BOX Supporter

    Crawford, Werder, Stark, Elmore, Bowden. All bummers. I assume Andrew Marchand is still there to find everything negative about the Yankees he can though
     
  6. bd007h

    chorus.fm's resident Meg Myers fan #GoSabres/Bills

    Haven't paid much attention to ESPN since they stopped giving a shit about hockey after the 04-05 NHL lockout.
     
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  7. YouOnlyLukeOnce

    #WRBK4lyfe

    Dilfer may have said dumb things at times, but he was a solid color guy. Would rather listen to him than majority of the other color guys ESPN uses for football. But then again, they have a lot of really bad color guys for football
     
  8. EntryLevelDave

    "I Would Do Anything For Love" Slaps. Supporter

    I'm never happy when someone loses his job. And before I tease him a bit, I do hope Dilfer finds new work.

    But I'll never forget him saying the Patriots dynasty was dead and they were a weak time. That quote happened two Super Bowl wins ago.
     
  9. grimis16

    Regular Supporter

    In my eyes, Cold Pizza back in 2007 is the moment I pin point to the downfall. The lame wanna-be hip commentary. I started to notice that piece of shit Skip Bayless. Ugh. Now it's Stephen A. Smith who I hate the most. That's also when they started to go away from reporting sports, and try to be a "sports TMZ".
     
  10. jrock920

    Regular

    skip bayless is the death of good sports talk on tv lol