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ESPN makes adjustment to Booger McFarland's crane to help fans
ESPN has apparently heard all the complaints from fans who have had their views ruined at games by the “Booger Mobile.” Because on Monday night’s Patriots-Bills broadcast the crane he sits in had a ... read more
Monday Night Football: Has Jason Witten ruined a US television institution?
ESPN appointed Witten ... when former defensive tackle Booger McFarland joined MNF as a sideline analyst, they decided to have him report from a chair on an oversized crane. Not only is this an ... read more
Jason Witten is coming out of retirement to play for the Dallas Cowboys in 2019
“This team has a great group of rising young stars, and I want to help them make a run at a championship ... and former NFL defensive tackle Anthony “Booger” McFarland roving the sidelines in a crane. ... read more
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Could Jason Witten turn into Emmitt Smith-like debacle for ESPN?
MORE: ESPN defends Anthony 'Booger' McFarland's mobile cart on 'MNF' Even the late, great Stuart Scott of ESPN couldn't make the former ... to the broadcast. Fans at stadiums whose expensive seat ... read more
Matt Millen Fights For His Life: ‘It’s Getting Late. We Need a Big Stop’
Then I couldn’t make it up to the top ... I think I’m intrigued by the ESPN Monday night crew—Joe Tessitore and Jason Witten in the booth, Lisa Salters and Booger McFarland on the sidelines. Very ... read more
Review: Jason Witten’s new ‘Monday Night Football’ career is a mess
Generally, if an insightful breakdown has happened during a Monday Night Football broadcast in 2018, it has come from Booger ... McFarland up to the booth to take over for Witten would be a good idea ... read more
'Monday Night Football's' mid-life crisis: From monopoly to monotony
He blames ESPN producers, not the TV rookie, for the Foster episode. "ESPN has gotten a lot better, but the network still makes too many decisions based on Twitter," Whitlock wrote in an email. ... read more