This is the final post in Kurt’s series to identify the NFL’s Ultimate Franchise Player of All-Time.
Joe Theismann finally said what so many football fans have been thinking after the Bears crush the Cowboys on Monday Night Football game earlier this week.
“Tony (Romo)’s not a very good quarterback.”
These are the words we were waiting for an NFL analyst to finally speak, because they are true.
When Joe Theismann was in college, he changed the pronunciation of his name from Thees-man to Thighs-man so that it would rhyme with Heisman, as in college football’s most prestigious award. He didn’t win the award, but to this day it is clear that Theismann continues to treat actual last names as mere suggestions when referring to people.
And yesterday, during a taping for the NFL Network, Theismann changed up someone else’s last name, and in the process he uttered the funniest words ever uttered in the history of mankind and all the world.
At least, you’d think so based on Deion Sanders’ reaction.