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January 12, 2009

'They are who we thought they were' — Dennis Green hasn't changed a bit

The then Arizona Cardinals coach's legendary post-game meltdown (above) after his team, playing on Monday Night Football in 2006, went from a 23-3 late third quarter lead over the Chicago Bears to losing the game 24-23, has become the stuff of Coors commercials and late-night comedy.

I happened to listen to the radio broadcast of yesterday's Steelers-Chargers divisional playoff game and couldn't figure out who the color analyst was, he sounded like some really old guy with a craggy voice and over-the-top delivery whom the play-by-play guy referred to as "coach."

Only early in the second quarter did the announcer identify his sidekick as Dennis Green.

Funny as heck and very entertaining he was, for sure.

January 12, 2009 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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