It seems to me like ESPN has "brain farts" every once in a while. Or, almost continuously actually. The "brain fart" that I'm referring to in this case is, well; I don't know his name. I don't watch ESPN that much. He looks like Ben Stiller's Dad if he were a bit thinner, and looked more like an ***hole. Also, contrary to Ben Stiller's biological father, this guy is not funny, or smart, or interesting by any stretch of the imagination.
So, for once they were discussing anything but Tim Tebow, which caught my immediate attention. My attention instantaneously turned into disgust when Ben Stiller's ESPN Dad said, (I'm paraphrasing, horribly) "Why should Drew Brees get MVP over Tom Brady? Tom Brady came within two hundred yards of him". Seriously, Ben Stiller's ESPN Dad? C'mon man!
My final summation? ESPN is either:
A) Always following the popular story, (Which typically shouldn't even be the popular story) and driving that story into your brain until you want to dig it out with a jagged butterknife. Or,
B) Allowing Ben Stiller's ESPN Dad to say something as stupid as having a close second place somehow gives you the lead.
Does anyone know Ben Stiller's ESPN Dad's real name? I'm too lazy to do the necessary research online to figure it out. Also, what do you think about ESPN's analysts? What do you think about Ben Stiller's ESPN Dad, or his real Dad for that matter? Your thoughts. Enjoy the playoffs, fellow Saints'ers.