Apollo wrote:Most of the players just come off as dumb. Everyone makes a big deal out of the insight that comes with playing the game, but what do they have, really? They can recite by rote exactly what their coaches told them to do twenty years ago, and they can tell stories about former players. Give me a man that has done some real research and can form a coherent sentence.
If you insist on having a player on the show, who did more than stare into to his beer bottle as a player.
Example: Schilling would would fit better on BBTN than David Wells. Wells might be more charasmatic than Schilling (or at least as much so as kruk), but he has never put the same effort into studying the game.