Colin Cowherd and Jason McIntyre Are Dinks

Skip Bayless, Cris Carter, Jason Whitlock, Nick Wright, Clay Travis.

What do all of these names have in common? For starters, they’re all on-air personalities at Fox Sports. If you pay attention to sports at all, chances are you know this by now. Something else you should know about this group is that they are without a doubt some of the dumbest people that sports media has to offer. Colin Cowherd’s name belongs on the list too, but I felt like singling him and Jason McIntyre out specifically.

I’m not going to beat around the bush here. These two are absolute MORONS for what they had to say about Baker Mayfield earlier today. Last night, the rookie QB came off the bench and brought the Browns back from a 14-0 deficit to give the city of Cleveland their first pro-football victory in almost two years. It was pretty damn impressive to see. But all these jack-asses seem to care about is him being on his phone after the game. Absolutely pathetic if you ask me. I mean, just listen to the way they’re talking about it. They make it seem like he just finished up a long day of pushing five-year-olds off of their bikes and kicking sand in peoples faces. Baker Mayfield is 23 years old. And like most 23-year-olds on this planet, he has a cell-phone in his hands very often. That’s just the way the world works now, so get over yourselves. Nobody cares what you would have done if you were in his shoes either. The fact that idiots like this get to have the big cushiony national jobs while I’m sitting in my mom’s house writing blogs for free makes me sick to my stomach.

Colin Cowherd has had a personal vendetta against Baker Mayfield since he planted that flag in the middle of Ohio State’s field last college football season. So to say I’m shocked that he refuses to give him any credit whatsoever would just be a lie, especially after seeing what he had to say about Mayfield and the Browns earlier this week:

Guess what happened in the first half of that game, Colin? The sporadic rookie QB who was coming off a short week (Sam Darnold) hung 14 unanswered points on Cleveland. Tyrod Taylor was stinking it up so bad, I could smell him from my house, and I don’t even live in Ohio. Once Baker Mayfield stepped foot on that field, he injected life into FirstEnergy Stadium. The city of Cleveland suddenly had a pulse again. His presence in that game alone swung the momentum enough for the Browns to take advantage and win that football game. Nobody can convince me otherwise.

Another thing that cracks me up about that last video is how much praise Cowherd gave Hue Jackson for starting Tyrod Taylor over Mayfield because that’s who he felt would keep them “in games.”  The reality of their QB situation is this; The ONLY reason Hue Jackson started Tyrod Taylor in that game is that he didn’t really have a choice. Taylor was named the starter Week 1 because he’s the veteran. That’s just how most sports work. And up until last night, he really hadn’t done anything to lose his job. Anyone who watched this past season of Hard Knocks knows that Hue Jackson isn’t some football genius. If he were, he probably wouldn’t have an all-time record of 10-40-1 as a head coach. Colin Cowherd just needs to get his head out of his ass and give Baker Mayfield the respect and credit that he deserves.

I could rant forever about the horrendous on-air “talent” that Fox Sports has to offer us, but I digress. I’ll just let Baker take it from here:

-Nick Cherico (@CouchGuyCherico)

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