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NFL Network Publicly Apologizes to McDaniels for selling him short.



I was shocked. I was watching NFL Network, unusual for me after a loss. The transition from the VIkings/Packers segment was weird! The screen went black, and the words "Dear Josh" appeared, scrawled in blue and orange across the TV.

Then, a montage of pundits and their quotes, from the day McDaniels was hired to the beginning of the season, including Jamie Dukes after Jamie freakin Dukes lambasting the new coach for his "rookie mistakes." The commercial ended with the words "sometimes we make mistakes, too.... - Sincerely, The Media" with strains of "I'm sorry" sung in the background.

 

Sadly, NFLN used this crow-eating piece to transition to a recap of the Bronco-eating Ravens game. Grrrrrr.  Just when you get respect, you seem to blow it.  But the analysts didn't seem to count Denver out... just counted this as a tough fight against a desperate team.

I'm looking for a link.  If you find one, post it!

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