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Phil Simms is a 2-time Super Bowl champion quarterback. A 2-time Pro Bowler. And a Super Bowl MVP. He’s called a number of Super Bowls as a top network analyst since 1995.
This is Phil Simms trying to drink tea. And failing.
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Phil Simms Says Redskins on Thursday Night Football Weeks after saying he would not be saying the team name “Redskins” while broadcasting NFL games, Phil SImms said “Redskins” on air during Thursday’s Falcons vs Bucs game. Simms is just another in a long, growing line of sports writers/personalities who have taken a PC approach to [...]
We mentioned on Monday that Broncos fans no longer want Phil Simms to cover their games. Now Washington fans feel the same way since Simms does’t plan on using the term “Redskins” when referring to them. The petition reads: The good news for Washington fans is that CBS Sports primarily covers AFC games, so there’s a really good chance Simms won’t be covering any games...
Washington Redskins Fans Start Petition to Remove Phil Simms From Calling Games Fans of the Washington Redskins have started an online petition to ban Phil Simms from broadcasting any Redskins games. As many already know, Simms said a few months ago that he would refer to the REDSKINS as only “Washington” the entire time he [...]
Growing up in Denver, you learn to despise a few things.
A sunny day turning to snow just as recess is about to start. The dry, thin air burning your lungs every time you run. Phil Simms.
Simms has long been a thorn in the side of Denver Broncos fans due to his nonsensical, silly, bumbling color commentating as part of the top duo on CBS.
Of course, the Broncos’ return to prominence...
Former New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms had his way with the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXI many moons ago.
Apparently Broncos fans are still not over the pain, because 17,000 of them have signed a petition to have the CBS broadcaster never call another Denver game again.
The reason Broncos fans are giving in calling for Simms’ departure isn’t his on-field prowess against...
Denver Broncos fans are so sick of having color commentator Phil Simms broadcast their games on CBS they’ve started a petition to get the former New York Giants quarterback off their games. The title of the petition is “Ban Phil Simms From Broadcasting Bronco Games,” and it was created by The Denver City Page. The […]
Jim Nantz and Phil Simms have called plenty of Denver Broncos games over the years given the team’s long-term success. And now Broncos fans are coming together to gently ask CBS to never have them call another Denver game again, specifically the former Giants quarterback. Nantz can stay. Broncos fans (apparently) think Simms has a deep-seeded bias against their team. Perhaps...
Oh, Phil Simms. The CBS color commentator couldn’t have picked a more unfortunate choice of words when he described Ray Rice as being “beat up” last season when discussing his recent performance for the Ravens.
Ray Rice's poor performance last attributed to him being "beat up". Great choice of words. #NFL #tnf https://t.co/y2UZR56xnc