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Tom Donahoe on The Mort Report

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I’ve listened to every Mort Report, the weekly football radio show hosted by ESPN’s Chris Mortenson, this NFL season, and in it he has a football pick ’em segment featuring former Buffalo Bills General Manager, Tom Donahoe.  Nine weeks into the NFL season, Mortenson and Donahoe have never picked a game that involved the Buffalo Bills.  Not even in Week 7 when the Bills played the San Diego Chargers which was a featured national game of the week.

Is Tom Donahoe so petty and vindictive that he steadfastly refuses to have to utter the words “the Buffalo Bills” in any public capacity?  Why is ESPN allowing it’s viewership to suffer because of one man’s insecurities?  I wonder if and when the Buffalo Bills make it into the playoffs this year, will Chris Mortenson sacrifice his journalistic integrity to cater to the whims of a selfish Donahoe and exclude the Bills from the pick ’em segment?  I have a suggestion for Mort – dump Donahoe.  His analysis during the pick ’em segment is so mundane, cliche, and elementary, you’d be better served replacing Donahoe.


Written by huxbux

November 1, 2008 at 8:50 am

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  1. I agree, huxbux.

    Not to draw anything away from your visitors, but my most recent post has some interesting viewpoints that you would find pretty interesting. Here’s the link:

    thanks, and great blogging lately.


    November 1, 2008 at 1:37 pm

  2. I have visitors!?!

    Thanks for stopping by pacer.


    November 1, 2008 at 7:20 pm

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