Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by EROCK528, Aug 8, 2019.
Please replace Stockton and Griese in the booth...the telecast is cringe worthy.
Never understand why people complain about announcers. They’re a non factor for me, I’m paying too much attention to what’s happening on the field. Miley Cyrus could be announcing the game for all I care
They’re old, but those guys are broadcasting legends. It’s a pretty good crew for preseason games.
It’s not great but it’s still pretty solid considering that other pre season crews are just as bad
Yah, I like them. Great interview with Garfinkel.
Not everyone mutes the broadcast. If the announcing could be better, it could be better. Fans pay for a product and if they're not happy with it they're entitled to complain. It's not difficult to understand. Just because it doesn't impact you, doesn't mean you shouldn't understand how it could impact others...
Oh I’m sorry, I thought I was in a forum where we can state our opinions. Get over yourself and get lost
They are terrible at this point, but at least they had JT in there now instead of Nat so Nat and Bob could whine to each other like bitter old men...
JT looked like he mistakenly showed up at an assisted living facility's watch party stuck between those two.
Do you mean the playcalling or the sucking off 'Mr Ross'?
They aren't the best but listen to other preseason games......our guys are rock stars compared to them.
They're bad but join VIP and go in the chatroom while watching the game. You won't even noticed the announcers and we have a ton of fun in there.
It was refreshing to have JT in the booth. I thought he did an execellent job.
And for us old enough to remember listing to Broadway Joe...nothing could match that!
I can't be the only one who thinks this, right?
I'm glad they got Taylor in the booth to offer SOMETHING of substance.
Stockton and Griese frequently fumble over their words, get players names wrong and miss on their breakdowns. It's ****ing painful to listen to.
Yep, You're the only one. I tend to actually focus on what's happening on the field and not in the booth.