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This took some serious planning. Bravo, J.J. Although I’m not going to lie, when I heard that “Jimmy Johnson” recreated scenes from “The Hangover,” I immediately pictured the former Cowboys coach (Jimmie Johnson) getting tased by Rob Riggle.
Guys, Jimmy Johnson loves fried chicken, so Terry Bradshaw totally isn’t a racist. At least that’s the narrative being spun right now on Twitter by the entire FOX Sports staff. If you haven’t heard, Bradshaw was calling a Reggie Bush touchdown run when he remarked, “Look at this Jimmy, like he was chasing that bucket of chicken…” Let’s discuss, after the jump.
“Dexter McCluster” is already a pretty great name. It flows effortlessly off the tongue, both “Dexter” and “McCluster” are already kind of amusing names, and of course, it comes respectably close to rhyming. But there’s something even better than a name that almost rhymes…a name that actually does rhyme.
Tiki Barber didn’t attract the interest of NFL teams this year quite the way he wanted. Neither, at a recent workout, did Terrell Owens. They both had great NFL careers, but at the moment, those career both appear to be over…apparently, not a moment too soon for Fox’s Jimmy Johnson.
In our newly updated TV Analysts and Hosts rankings, Lou Holtz takes the top spot, while Bill Cowher places second. Also, Tony Dungy comes in sixth, while Jimmy Johnson just misses the top 10…it’s a good time of year for former football coaches on the tube.
Recently–in what appears to be a growing trend–reality television has served as a popular destination for both NFL and former-NFL players to garner some offseason notoriety. Well, now, you can add coaches to that mix.