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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Spot on Czabe! Miss a play, no worries, we had NFL Primetime for that. Loved every second of that show and we watched it religiously. I remember when we heard they had to get rid of it when NBC got Sunday night football, our hearts sank. There will never be anything better. I don’t watch one second of any pre or post game show crap that’s out there now. To be honest, we don’t even watch a lot of football anymore. It’s all fixed and just boring. I miss the good ole days where it was hard core running, passing and tackling. It might as well be flag football now. I miss what the NFL used to be and I miss Primetime. ESPN got rid of one of the best shows they ever had.

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    Tom Jackson is a class act.
    I don’t miss Berman one bit. If I never hear his annoying voice again, and his tired “sound effects” and nicknames again, it will be too soon. Enjoyed Berman in the 90s, but he got old real quick.

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    I love your work but please take me out of the everybody who miss Chris Berman. The absence of that blowhard from the airwaves is a wonderful thing.

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    Tom Hendricks

    Czabe, it is well documented through your own words that you despise Chris Berman on many levels (“Carnival Barker,” “Disgusting” etc.), so it is hard to believe you are being genuine on this one.

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    I hate this phrase, but Dilly Dilly.

    Modern media sucks the biggest fattest suck that ever sucked a f’in suck. The loss of NFL Primetime is the perfect example of the shallow, self-aggrandizing, “personality” driven drivel that we’re having shoved down our throats in the place of actual, well, news, that we used to get.


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