Trent Dilfer has the distinction of being the only one of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ QBs to be drafted while the Bucs had a decent QB already starting in former National Champion with University of Miami QB Craig Erickson.
Going into the draft, Dilfer had a QB nemesis much like today’s 1 & 2 situation of Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariotta. His name was Heath Shuler from University...
On this week’s episode of Tosh.0, Daniel Tosh ranted about the New England Patriots. I’m sure this is going to end so well.
Cradle-robbing owner? Trent Dilfer with hair plugs? Oh boy.
For what it’s worth, Tosh wasn’t kidding about his northeast tour – he’ll be in seven northeast states and one Canadian province during June, including a pair of shows in Massachusetts...
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Trent Dilfer was wrong. At least he’s willing to admit such.
Dilfer, among others, was rather harsh with the New England Patriots following their 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 4. Pats wide receiver Julian Edelman fired back at the ESPN analyst’s past criticism after New England defeated the Seattle Seahawks...
On SportsCenter following Sunday’s Super Bowl, Trent Dilfer and Cris Carter went at it when Carter began to criticize Bill Belichick and his legacy.
Essentially, Dilfer’s main argument is that “everyone is cheating, so it’s not a huge deal that Belichick is cheating in this way that is becoming a major deal”, while using Tom Brady’s success on Sunday to poke a hole...
Having Ray Lewis on set talking about tainted legacies is like having a hunter as the keynote speaker at a PETA convention. Put aside the murder that he was involved in and the whole lying to investigators “mishap,” Ray Lewis is one of the biggest PED-using frauds in the history of the NFL. The fans in New England haven’t forgotten about the deer antler spray, Ray.
When the New England Patriots say they block out all of the “noise” from the media during the season, don’t believe them. On Sunday night, Tom Brady and company taught ESPN’s Trent Dilfer a valuable lesson. If you remember, Dilfer pronounced the Patriots dead after they were blown out by the Kansas City Chiefs in...Read More
ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer may have been dumbing down things a bit too much when he offered this piece of insight during Sunday's coverage: "You cannot lose games in the NFL and still win".Technically, that's true, but you could put anyone up there to say that. H/T NIS.
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STATELINE, Nev. -- Trent Dilfer is not a ballerina on the golf course. That much was made abundantly clear during the second round of the American Century Championship Saturday afternoon.
Lamenting the fact that the tournament that features some large athletes, his playing partner in Saturday's second round felt the need to interrupt.
"When [the greens are] wet like this, it's just...
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