Kyle Van Noy and I Have Had Enough of Max Kellerman
Sounds like @KVN_03 has a bone to pick with Max Kellerman: "Well maybe since everybody says we need to stick to football, he needs to stick to his boxing – whatever he does. His commentating. It is what it is."https://t.co/GUnBfIUXHH @Marc_Bertrand @scottzolak @Hardy985— 98.5 The Sports Hub (@985TheSportsHub) January 16, 2019
I think that Kyle Van Noy and I would make pretty good friends.
Kyle Van Noy made his opinion on Max Kellerman known during today’s episode of “Zo and Beetle” on 98.5 The Sports Hub. “Stick to boxing” is what Van Noy said in response to Kellerman’s comments regarding the Patriots.
You can add Van Noy to the long list of people (myself included) who think that Max Kellerman can take his opinions on Tom Brady and the Patriots and shove them directly up his own ass. If you don’t know what I’m referring to, here are some clips:
I'd rather have all other QBs in the AFC not named Tom Brady in these playoffs right now, and so would you. #FirstTake pic.twitter.com/D6fGByw6W8— Max Kellerman (@maxkellerman) January 11, 2019
.@maxkellerman is standing by his infamous comments about Tom Brady falling off the cliff. pic.twitter.com/4WYIi0Zsq7— First Take (@FirstTake) January 14, 2019
On top of this sheer stupidity from Kellerman, he is most famously known for claiming that Brady will soon “fall off a cliff” in 2016. Since that comment was made, Brady has won a Super Bowl and league MVP.
I feel like this guy gets his opinions by throwing darts at a board and picking out whatever shitty take he randomly lands on. “Ah, today we have ‘puppies actually AREN’T cute.’ Time to go piss off the entire country!”
As much as I hate the guy, a part of me almost wants him and the entire national sports media landscape to keep doubting the Patriots, especially if it gives us clips like this:
Tom Brady working out to “Many Men”. Pray for the Chiefs. @lacesoutshow pic.twitter.com/XdVvIEPSTz— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) January 14, 2019
Tom Brady getting ready for the AFC Championship to “Many Men” by 50 Cent? The Chiefs are SCREWED. Thanks, Kellerman.
-Nick Cherico (@CouchGuyCherico)