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Desc:RIP Don Ohlmeyer, best known for firing Norm Macdonald but this was his idea, too.
Category:Sports, Stunts
Tags:nbc, NFL, orange bowl, new york jets, miami dolphins
Submitted:Seven Arts/H8 Red
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maybe this would have worked if it wasn't the Jets

I mean God damn, it's the fucking Jets
The mans idea was just ahead of its time. Lots of people would go on to fire Norm Macdonald.
It's been for the best. Only after decades of firings has he found his true calling as high-Larry King.

NFL "in the raw"
I have no idea why spots announcers weren't dumped decades ago. They're a holdover from the bygone era when radio was the primary means everyone had to experience a game. Any regular fan knows enough to not need their commentary, which is useless at best and actively detracts from the experience at worst.

E-sports desperately needs to drop the announcers. They're just as terrible with an extra dose of your typical shouting Let's Player. Even as someone who must have sunk 3000 hours of their miserable life into DotA games and Starcraft, I can't stand watching broadcast games because of the announcers.
Born in the RSR
The marks need to be told how to feel about things, Nom.

Maggot Brain
How do you flip this on in 1980 and don't think that something has gone horribly wrong in the announcer's booth?
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