Today, news had surfaced that ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski will be leaving the Monday Night Football program. “No! Not Jaws!”
The remaining two analysts in Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden will continue to host the “MNF” broadcast next season. While having great rapport with his fellow analysts, Jaworski, mostly known as “Jaws” will be departing from the iconic booth, but will still be contributing in other ESPN shows, such as “Sunday NFL Countdown” and “NFL Live.”
Ron Jaworski, a former NFL quarterback provided tremendous insight on the game while being a “MNF” analyst. “Jaws” would be the first person to point out the mismatches if any, before the ball was even snapped. As a fan, you might’ve seen the play from one-way, but Ron Jaworski was great at explaining the event from a different football perspective.
“I thank Ron for the great contributions he has made to ‘Monday Night Football’ and look forward to the many ways he will enhance our studio presentation from our NFL-branded shows to ‘SportsCenter,’ ” ESPN president John Skipper said.
“With two strong analysts in Ron and Jon, these moves will better utilize their strengths and benefit our entire NFL presentation.”
“Jaws” had been a MNF analyst for five years and regardless of other people’s opinions, Monday Night Football will surely be different in its own way. Don’t get me wrong, it won’t stop me from watching the games, but who wouldn’t miss all the comical arguments coach Gruden and “Jaws” would have throughout the show?
Lets face it; it’s the little things that count. Hopefully, the show remains interesting, maintains its flare and continues to provide great football for the fans.
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