If you’re going to act like a clown we’ll treat you like one
Clown City, population 1 receiver gloved horse who can’t speak English.
Of all the studio analysts, he may be the most obnoxious, which is saying something
i’m gonna play a game called “guess what state shannon sharpe grew up in.” i’m gonna guess alabama. okay, now to wikipedia sharpe……apparently he grew up in georgia. hmm, kinda close, but i’m still surprised the answer wasn’t alabama.
Steroid Head. Looks like the Sylvester Stallone Ant from Antz.
No doubt Sharpe was a great player but what dipshit hired him in a job where you have to think and speak? D-Rose is a stud player but when ESPN hires him as an analyst the minute he retires they should probably only air it in Compton, Harlem, and Inglewood…and whatever other ghetto cities there are
With all that said it’s strange his brother Sterling Sharpe can actually articulate and has decent command of the language. Guy was a straight baller basically a devastating spine injury away from having a Hall of Fame career. Due to the injury, retired early and got into broadcasting thus paving the way for his little brother Shannon. Moral of the story it’s Sterling spine’s fuck up.
@himminiy was that suppose to be funny?
@romburgundy your mom thinks i’m funny. oh snap! i’m spittin hot fire tonight!
As bad as Mister Ed is, no one is worse than Warren Sapp. Just an ass clown who laughs at everything, funny or not.
What time is the Bears game?
Also, how pissed at your parents would you be if they named you Shannon when they know your a dude? I’ve met guys named Whitney and Courtney like Courtney Lee I mean its not even like Jesse or Jamie where your like ehhh could go either way those are straight up female names.
LOL the Packers providing great entertainment last night. Not enough commercials.
How awesome would it be if they put subtitles on the screen when he speaks ?
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