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Doesn’t matter if you agree or disagree with Bob Costas comments on gun culture during his weekly Sunday Night Football fireside chat, we can all come together and have a nice chuckle over Jason Whitlock depicted as typing his column with his butt while sleeping on the couch NMA TV’s coverage of the controversy. NMA also wisely points out that politics and sports have a long history together and in ten seconds does a better job explaining the Miracle on Ice than the entire two-plus hours of Disney’s MIRACLE. Continuing with Costas coverage, Robert Lipsyte wrote a defense of the gun editorial on Deadspin this morning. In an email, Whitlock told me, “My column was primarily about my feeling the Chiefs shouldn’t have played on Sunday and the fact they did is an indication that football’s importance in American society is exaggerated to an unhealthy level. A secondary point in my column was that American gun culture is out of control. I don’t have a problem with Bob choosing to focus on...

Whitlock, Costas talk gun control

Click here to listen to the podcast The Jovan Belcher murder-suicide story continues to resonate across the sports world, as people attempt to make sense of this senseless tragedy. Bob Costas of NBC took the opportunity at halftime of Sunday night's Cowboys-Eagles game to speak to the issue of gun culture in America , reading liberally from Jason Whitlock's column on the...

Bob Costas preaches gun control during Sunday Night Football halftime

In the wake of the Javon Belcher murder/suicide tragedy in Kansas City, last night Bob Costas decided to use NBC’s Sunday Night Football halftime show as a medium to tell the world about his beliefs on gun control: Regardless of whether or not you agree with Costas, my guess is his message would have come across a lot better if it hadn’t invoked memories of his self righteous...

Bob Costas expands on controversial Sunday Night Football essay

In some kind of strange crossover special along the lines of The Jetsons Meet The Flinstones, Bob Costas because the topic of the day on the cable news networks yesterday.  If you turned it on CNN, MSNBC, or Fox News, you were more than likely going to find a conversation about Bob Costas and/or gun control.  You can probably imagine which networks and cable news personalities...

Bob Costas On Dan Patrick Show: “Why Do You Need A Semi-Automatic Weapon?”

It seems Bob Costas has a few more thoughts on guns and wouldn’t mind getting those thoughts off his chest. Agree or disagree with Bob, you must admit this guy has giant nuts to say his peace, especially when he drops a, ‘Why do you need a semi-automatic weapon?’ quote on the Dan Patrick Show. Oh, and when Bob starts in about regular citizens arming themselves “as only the...

Costas wishes he had more time to talk

Bob Costas isn't backing down from his halftime comments on gun violence, but he wishes he had more time. The NBC sportscaster gave interviews Tuesday to Dan Patrick and Lawrence O'Donnell about his Sunday night halftime commentary following Kansas City Chiefs player Jovan Belcher's murder of his girlfriend and subsequent suicide. Both interviews were longer than the...

If Bob Costas Hadn’t Had Taiwan Animation, He’d Still Be Alive Today (Or Something)

Here’s the NMA World Edition (Taiwan Animation) take on Bob Costas and his speech about Jovan Belcher and gun control. Unsurprisingly, it features shotgun blasts to the television, Costas punching football fans with a giant God-fist, and hockey players bursting into tears. Okay, kinda surprisingly.- Follow us on Twitter @withleather - Follow me personally @MrBrandonStroud and...

Pro’s Tweet: Bob Costas

A recent review of Bob Costas’s Tweets from Twitter.   **In case you grew up in a cave, this is all a parody and not to be taken seriously.**   @liberaldouche: @TedNuggent just called me and said if I was on NBC this time next year he would be dead or in prison. #redneck   [...]

Bob Costas Is Right: Gun Control Okay To Discuss Post-Belcher

In this episode of “Football Nation Today,” Alex talks about the latest stories around the NFL:1st Down: With only one quarter left in the regular season, Alex looks at the biggest storylines across the league as we continue into December:*After the Redskins beat the Giants on Monday night, we are in for a race to remember in the NFC East.  Alex says which of the three teams...

Bob Costas talks to Charles Barkley and John McEnroe about gun culture on Costas Tonight

The conversation that started with Bob Costas' SNF essay on the Jovan Belcher tragedy and guns is continuing on another one of Costas' programs - Costas Tonight.  Thursday at 9 PM, Costas will deliver his year-end Costas Tonight show that will include a roundtable discussion with Charles Barkley and John McEnroe that builds off the now famous halftime commentary from Sunday...

FN Follies: Bob Costas Needs To Stick To NFL Commentary

FN FolliesDuring halftime of the Philadelphia Eagles-Dallas Cowboys game on NBC’s Sunday Night Football, host Bob Costas gave a commentary on the tragic story of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Javon Belcher, who murdered Kasandra Perkins − his girlfriend and mother of their 3-month-old daughter, and later killing himself in front of Cheifs general manager Scott Pioli, head coach...

CHFF Radio: DeOssie; Texans Chick; Curse of Flutie; NRA vs. Bob Costas

CHFF Radio is live each Wednesday 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on, plus available on iTunes. Today: Steve DeOssie talks Patriots and "Texans Chick" Steph Stradley talks Texans. Plus, the Curse of Doug Flutie and the NRA responds to Bob Costas.
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