People dipping out of frame is always funny. Thom Brennaman reinforces this statement, and Brian Billick pulling him back in makes it even funnier. »
If you don't know already, nfl.com released the audio of Dez Byant's Sunday "rant"
The Lions may have had more than 500 total yards, but Matthew Stafford couldn't connect to Kris Durham on fourth down very late in the fourth quarter. "That's the story of the game," Brian Billick said. Ballgame. The Lions "are gonna come away with the 27-24 loss to the Dallas Cowboys," he said. Except they very much… »
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Tony Siragusa's book entertained us
Up until a few weeks before this 1977 appearance on The Match Game, awesomely-jacketed Brian Billick "was playing professional football." The coaches didn't think he was "quite the caliber" that a professional football player should be, though, which is why he still haunts us from the broadcast booth. »
It was just a slip of the tongue, but Billick knew what he said: the awkward pause, then the repetition of the statement, emphasizing the success St. Louis had been having with the no-huddle offense. A natural mistake. Sex is very much like the no-huddle offense. Furious, improvisational, and usually completed in… »