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For those of you who love the NFL as much as I do, here’s a happy note on a Saturday morning.

Do you remember all of those painful evenings (including when the Ravens played in Cincinnati two years ago in the rain), when Bryant Gumbel gave an “amateur hour” version of how to do play-by-play on the NFL Network?

His monotone, ill-conceived adventure into the NFL is thankfully DONE.

Apparently, Steve Bornstein or someone at the NFL Network figured out what we knew right around the first kickoff: Gumbel sucks as an NFL play-by-play announcer.

Now, coming off of a 5-11 season, it’ll be interesting to see if the Ravens even get any NFL Network games this season.

The NFL schedule is coming this week. I can’t wait!

 

 

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