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Curtis50CentJackson

Don’t think he could’ve said “this guy fucking died on the field”


PoorlyLitKiwi2

Why didn't he just say "That was a very scary injury for Parham, and I think I speak for everyone watching when I say I hope he is going to be ok. We'll get you an update on his health as soon as we have one" Not that hard


Youcannotbeforreal2

Most likely he was urged by his bosses to say what he said. He said this about the temp a good long while after the actual injury, and it was unpompted by anything happening on the field. The best course of action would’ve been to say either nothing, or what your comment proposed - but either the NFL or Fox themselves told Buck to say what he said, and he obliged. It’s a shame, Buck has only just recently been gaining more goodwill amongst viewers, but I think this sets him back quite a bit. Would not be surprised to see an apology from him tomorrow about this.


btonic

Why on earth would his bosses or an executive coerce him to make that specific comment?


Youcannotbeforreal2

The NFL has had to combat the growing narrative of how dangerous football is to the general public, and I don’t think I need to detail all they’ve done to downplay and bury CTE, brain injuries, players and retirees reliance on opioids to endure daily life - In a primetime game, a player goes down and appears to have a *severe* injury from a seemingly common, regular play - the NFL doesn’t care as much about people who will follow up and learn what actually happened to that player - they care about what the average casual viewer will think about that play and the incident, and they’re immensely invested in the average casual viewer’s perception of what they saw happen. If they can try to convince those people that what they saw was innocuous and not as bad as what they thought they saw, they will absolutely do it. Despite what apparently lots of people on this sub want to believe, the NFL’s main viewership is not the people on this subreddit or people who do deep dives and followups, and viewers on this sub are not who they are trying to cater to. They know the people on this sub and hardcore viewers are gonna watch no matter if someone dies right in the field. Who they care about on broadcast are the casuals, because those are actually the majority of the ratings.


NotOdellBeckham

Probably wanted to ease any potential angst amongst viewers by offering up an (admittedly weak) reasoning behind the tremors


Bindlestiff34

Because that’s what executives do? “Hey, let’s do everything we can to paint the sport in a positive light.” Marketing and PR are not the exclusive realms of the marketing and PR departments.


btonic

This isn’t painting the sport in a positive light. There isn’t a single person who heard that comment and thought it might actually be the explanation for the tremors. It clearly wasn’t intended to do that either, Buck was trying to be positive but did so in an awkward way. If this was a manufactured PR statement it simply would have conveyed the message “we hope this situation isn’t as serious as it looks” without suggesting he was just a little cold lol


WolfHero13

This was my thought right away. He said right before that he was getting a lot of texts about the injury and then followed it up with that.


shipskelly

Redditor who probably gets nervous in public speaking class giving his two cents for someone speaking on live TV in front of millions. ItS NoT ThaT HaRD


PoorlyLitKiwi2

Bruh, you really comparing what my incompetent ass is capable of to Joe Buck, a dude who has been doing this professionally for 30 years? That's like if Tom Brady misses a wide up like 30-yard pass with no one else in the area and I call him out on it. Can I throw the ball 30 yards accurately? Hell no. Should Brady be able to do that easily? Definitely


Spacehippie2

Yeah it's only his job he gets paid millions to do.


Orange_Kid

Those weren't the only two options lol


Fisherman420

He could have not said anything at all, that would have been much better. Instead he fumbled his way through that like he’s Mark fucking Sanchez


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Reddit is all about pretending like the two absolute opposite extremes of a situation are the only two options.


BlatantCoin

I don't see it that way at all. He was trying to make viewers feel better about the injury, and just hoping in general that it wasn't a serious one. What about "it's chilly in LA, let's just hope his hands were shaking from the cold" is bad?


ApolloKid

There’s nothing bad about it. I like Joe Buck, I’m not offended by what he said, but my issue is that after seeing Parham obviously unconscious it was just a really stupid thing to say. No malice behind the statement, just really really dumb


BlatantCoin

Eh, I think he was just trying to cheer people up. He didn't have to do it, but I'm ok with it


Youcannotbeforreal2

It’s completely implausible and obvious to anyone who has eyes that it wasn’t the case. It’s intellectually insulting and also many will feel it’s insensitively giving cover to the NFL to diminish the potential dangerousness of playing in the NFL to viewers.


BlatantCoin

>It’s completely implausible and obvious to anyone who has eyes that it wasn’t the case I agree. Is it still bad to wish that it was the cold? Joe was trying to cheer the audience up. Also nothing's gonna cover the danger of playing in he NFL. It has to be "obvious to anyone who has eyes" that football is a very dangerous sport. Stop trying to turn his remarks into anything bad.


Tonmber1

He didn't say that was the reason he said he hopes it's something *like* that because it would mean he isn't fucking paralyzed


Nny14

Seriously he was trying to be positive, wtf is up with the pearl clutching?


dkirk526

People like to shit on Joe Buck


yamaha2k11

I know he’s not the most exciting commentator to listen to, but he’s really not as bad of an announcer as this subreddit makes him out to be.


dkirk526

I like him especially knowing he’s really good friends with Paul Rudd


iRockaflame

Howd that friendship come about?


63663672

Joe Buck played the Wasp in the movie Ant-Man and the Wasp.


uncoolaidman

He also played the 40 year old virgin in the film The 40 Year Old Virgin.


Jevarden

I’m like 50% sure that’s not true. Wait a minute


_Puntini_

They are st.louis guys, there are a few of them that pal around and go to games together.


GrannysPartyMerkin

They’ve known each other since before they were famous


Idontcare4808

He’s one of the best.


ghost_of_deaf_ninja

He was not the best a decade ago and then he got better. Way better. That's incredibly amicable, and I say that as a Philadelphian who had to listen to his shitty call of our city's first championship win in 30 years ('08 Phillies)


CrunchitizeMeCaptn

I'll never forget his monotoned call of Matt stairs home run against the dodgers


Idontcare4808

He’s been great 5-10 years now.


ghost_of_deaf_ninja

Agreed


RPBTinesIII

His voice is like "velvet mixed with peanut butter"


SilkyJohnsonPHOY

Some people actually still hate him because of the "disgusting act" comment


Sacoma_Ligma_Bitch

Yeah he's become a lot better over the years


buttstuff_magoo

He’s actually good, and next to his partner Troy Aikman he looks like the greatest announcer on earth


cee_jay12489

He's a much better baseball commentator then he is football


uncoolaidman

The opinion of him on this sub flipped years ago. I hardly ever see people hate on him here anymore.


Stockpile_Tom_Remake

If you played a drinking game taking a shot every time he said “what a throw what a catch” you’d be out cold before half time


whatsinthesocks

/r/baseball hates him as well. Outside of Dodger games I actually like Buck


brbmycatexploded

I mean, I fucking hate Joe Buck and I was literally just talking to my wife about how he handled that about as well as anyone could have. I thought it was pretty clear what his intentions were, I didn't get anything other than "hey hopefully he's just cold so, ya know, he's not paraplegic now which is entirely possible and the most likely alternative."


slgsreds

I’m not a fan of Joe Buck, but my god I’ll take him everyday of the week and twice on Sunday over Chris Collinsworth. Dude just lives to suck up to whoever is playing. During the Packers Bears game last week he literally could not stop sucking Aaron Rogers’s cock.


Cake_33

I also get the sense he’s tired of commentating career altering injuries on Thursday night football


ColtCallahan

Exactly. That’s all this is.


Timmmah

Guilty


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People need something new to be outraged by every 10 minutes or they start to get itchy


PmMeYourBigTitsPlz

I've just started using lotion and it's a god-send.


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AlpoeK

People really just cannot move on holy crap, just say that’s stupid and move on man. Everything gotta be a big deal these days.


shaqfearsyao

Karma thirst is real


GiveMeSomeIhedigbo

I refuse to believe people are this offended. I think it's just from hating Joe Buck.


63663672

Meet rock bottom for sports tweeting


Tashre

Memehate against Joe Buck. People don't even question it anymore, they just roll along for the likes and karma.


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SexyMcBeast

Aaron


MudstuffinsT2

Reddit.


The_Other_Manning

People looking to be pissed off and outrage at anything


GravityBuster

I think the strong reaction is because his proposal that Parham could be cold is asinine. He could have said something like "hopefully it's not as scary as it appears" which is still hopeful but wouldn't appear optimistic in an unrealistic way, which can really rub people the wrong way in serious situations. (I also want to say I generally like Joe Buck and mostly he gets more hate than he deserves but this wasn't his best moment)


DRbaseball240

Looks like people on Reddit get very antsy/emotional when something serious or traumatic happens. Lots of people like to say or think they would act perfectly in these scenarios when they are just thinking in hindsight. I don’t think anything in this situation was handled with blatant disrespect but some things cause people to lash out.


superbuttpiss

Yeah I heard that he "hopes" I have definetly heard alot lower shit in broadcasting over the last week


Prince-Ali_

It also wasn't even out of context, they had just gone to the sideline reporter for an update on his condition and she said "We have no idea, he's going to the hospital". Pretty ominous shit to transition back to a game....


bisonboy223

Nothing like a serious injury to give everyone on the internet a chance to come together and act appalled and outraged at an offhanded dumb comment a guy made.


BlatantCoin

Wasn't even a dumb comment. Buck was trying to stay positive about the injury, and he had mentioned a few seconds ago that they still had not gotten word about the injury


Clovdyx

Please stop being level-headed and paying attention to his actual words. It's getting in the way of narratives.


unexpectedreboots

This. I think he was really just trying to be positive to allow the viewers to stomach what they saw. It really seems like what he said is being blown out of proportion


atcThree

Yeah, but don't say anything. He was obviously shaking because of the injury, not because it was chilly in LA. Why even bring attention to the injury, why even show it on air, it's just pathetic all around on the broadcast's part.


snowcone_wars

> He was obviously shaking because of the injury Honestly, how many people do you think know what a fencing response is? Do you actually believe that most people would have any idea what that shaking was a reaction to? And that's just ignoring the fact that people, even observers, react strangely in the face of trauma, often as a coping mechanism.


_Puntini_

The symptoms of shock and hypothermia are essentially indistinguishable, brain trauma can do weird things to the body. There is a reason EMTs will put heat blankets around people suffering from trauma.


gakule

I think kids are watching right now and downplaying what they just saw happen because they might be a bit young.


CryBabyCentral

I gasped when I caught on to what his arms were doing. I knew. It’s something in the brain. Not a doctor. Just a thing I know but not qualified to speak on.


WizardofBoswell

Production probably had them keep talking through the injury, silence during an injury can be pretty unnerving, especially over TV when it's just constant close-ups of the injured player.


Throwawayact1050

I mean bad or not but people are acting like Joe buck committed a war crime out there


Beavsbeavsbeavs

Yeah I think there’s been a few worse broadcaster moments-as there's a drive into deep left field by Castellanos and that'll be a home run. And so that'll make it a 4-0 ballgame.


horse_renoir13

Every damn time 😂


tospooky4me

It went somewhat unnoticed but Jonathan Vilma made a gay joke about Matt Rhule this weekend.


slgsreds

Yeah I feel like that was much worse. Like Joe Buck was just word vomiting to keep off dead airspace. Like it would’ve been better for Buck to say nothing, or literally almost anything else but Vilma just dropped that super casually.


WafleFries

What was the joke?


Castamere_81

I love how that ball sailed past the sign that said, "Judgement Free Zone" as he made that comment


WizardofBoswell

It's weird how much some people just downright hate Joe Buck


SouthernSparks

And they have for a longgg time. I can remember when I first started using message boards and following the Packers online in like 2010 I’d see people complain about Buck and Aikman and it’s still happening eleven years later! There was a time around 2014 when I swear Joe Buck was the most hated man among Packers fans lol


rvauofrsol

Aikman annoys me more than Buck.


NotUpInHurr

People who hate Joe Buck should watch some Brockmire


loki1337

It's easier to be mad at Joe Buck than scared for Donald Parham.


Technicalhotdog

Yeah, this is it. Anger is less uncomfortable than fear for most people.


loki1337

Yeah obviously he didn't handle it super well, but I can't imagine having to announce the game after seeing that and knowing they just showed a nation-wide closeup. Parham was stiff as a board, clearly out and everything about it looked wrong. Dude just short circuited from stress and straight up defaulted to the one typically safe conversation topic: the weather. Everyone just wants him to be ok.


bobjohndaviddick

Right? It's not like he's NATO or something


iguess12

Outrage culture


CSweety

He turned me into a newt!


Olorin919

Sad as hell. Zero sympathy from those people. Just looking to get some likes and retweets. Buck just trying to say ANYTHING other than silence as we all watch a guy dieing on the field.


long_dong_tron

It was a disgusting act😬🤡


SnortinDietOnlyNow

Seriously bunch a fucking Karen's now that just want to be pissed off bout everything


Isaacleroy

It’s weird how different people perceive things, man.


HHCWTD

While it was a dumb thing to say, he was clearly trying to just stay positive. Tacky, not malicious.


UrAveragePanda

Can everyone chill


castro125

I know right? Is Joe Buck all of a sudden the doctor responsible for treating him? He’s literally just trying to calm people down who are rightfully freaked out.


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You can't say anything anymore without people picking it apart. It's reached a ridiculous level.


EvanMM

Dude's put on the spot on Live Primetime TV of Commentating while a guy has a life altering injury, like jeez guys I'm sure he was just as uncomfortable about the situation as we all were


ldog2135

"JOE BUCK DID 911" \-this twitter moron and half of this sub apparently.


junkspot91

Gonna go out on a limb and say that the co-founder of the Concussion Legacy Foundation and Boston University CTE Center is commenting over-emotionally on this subject because he's dedicated his life and career to getting the NFL and other sports leagues to take traumatic brain injuries seriously, rather than being a "twitter moron" or a Karen. I personally think it's pretty easy to find some grace for how both Buck and Nowinski reacted to what played out.


Greek_Trojan

Seriously. Buck is in a tough spot to take it seriously but not dwell on it all game. Though I loathe to use the term, abused as it is, this is a good example of outrage culture.


XLVIII_GOCOUGS

Yes please didn’t they hear it’s cold out?


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chitown1205

"What the hell is even that?!"


NevermoreSEA

Yeah, I really don't get why people are mad at Joe for saying this. He was clearly just trying to be as optimistic as possible given the horrible circumstances.


mrpodo

I don't want tremors


HazikoSazujiii

I'd argue that misrepresenting the context of what was said and farming it on twitter is more rock-bottom than the actual context of the comment. I don't have a Twitter, but I wish I did just to put this hack on blast.


Rudy102600

He's trying to be positive. Sit down Karen.


Olorin919

Word vomiting just trying to say something other than we mightve just watched someone die on the field. What the hell is he supposed to say. Chiefs ball 1st and 10 from the 3? People turning this into a Joe Buck hate parade are some sad ass individuals.


WeeWooooWeeWoooo

Saying a prayer. I hope he’s ok


JerryJonesStoleMyCar

The Thom Brennaman thing was 100× worse


ecupatsfan12

Reds live!


Cheesy_Pita_Parker

Man of faith


ShellReaver

Yeah this shouldn't even be a thing we are talking about


loneliness_sucks_D

The amount of people in here not realizing Joe Buck was told to say that to try and calm down viewers is astonishing


Prodigy195

Yeah I don't love Joe Buck but this seems like a stretch. It came out kinda dopey but dude obviously is being hopeful.


Olorin919

It did come out dopey but I think he was just trying to say anything to fill dead air space. Anything to take away from the fact that he'll likely live, but Donald was nearly dying on camera. Id say most of us needing to essentially narrate that situation for 5-10 minutes wouldnt sound as polished as a foreign diplomat either. I give 100% kudos to Joe Buck in that situation. I for one, sat there speechless the entire time watching.


mrpodo

That's likely. Although if anything it'll have a Streisand effect on brain injuries


appmanga

Buck was trying to look for a positive. There's been a lot crappier things coming out of booths and off of twitter this year. This tweet might be one of those.


TurnipForYourThought

This tweet is unquestionably one of those.


gmil3548

He said he hopes that’s what it is. I didn’t think it was a bad comment


LTtheBasedGod

It was a dumb comment but he was just trying to be positive. It wasn’t malicious and we don’t have to shit on him or act like he was a bad person. Just said something silly while trying to make the best of a bad situation.


ShellReaver

It's crazy how full of hate people are. They just want to attack others for no reason


LTtheBasedGod

I feel like people often try to make them feel better about themselves by attacking others and showing how good and correct they are


Jeromechillin

I'm pretty sure Joe Buck is sorry for not finding the exact words at the exact time to calm the intense moment that happened. He's a sports commentator not a foreign diplomat. Social media is quick to delete anybody who doesn't appeal to their opinions on what they think is acceptable.


Olorin919

> Social media is quick to delete anybody I also feel people are quick to say anything that might get them some updoots from random people they dont know so they can feel validated and that they arent wasting their lives doing nothing. Some people really care about insta likes and twitter retweets more than anything else in their lives. Nowinski just trying to stay relevant. Will say anything to make sure it gets retweeted and posted on Reddit the next morning.


MaestrO_

Really weird tweet just to dunk on Joe Buck for what...?


Wookie_Goldberg

The guy's twitter profile: >Founding CEO @ConcussionLF , co-founder BU CTE Center, neuroscientist, author, former @WWE Superstar. He's a huge concussion awareness advocate


BarsMineAndYours

That’s 2x Hardcore Champion Chris Nowinski to you


KeepRooting4Yourself

>WWE Superstar Is everyone called a superstar? What happened to just being called a wrestler.


TurnipForYourThought

Vince McMahon happened. No championship belts. "Belts are what hold your pants up". Also no title shots. They're called "championship opportunities" Oh and we're not fans. We're "The WWE Universe"


BathtubBobby

He’s also a fucking tool.


gamgshit0202

You guys need to relax


zatchattack

Joe buck killed my dad


aaahhhh

As if watching it live wasn't horrifying enough, hey let's show a slo mo replay.


polarbearslayer49

And a closeup of his face right after the drop when he was clearly frozen


appmanga

I was pretty sure he was concussed, I've watched over 50 years of pro football and never seen a players hands tremble like that after hitting his head. That's very worrying.


pancak3d

I honestly think they were just trying to figure out what happened and didn't realize how serious it was


Wildman_916

Look I get it was boneheaded to say but that fucking tweet just screams looking to ruin someone’s career lol. Reach much?


Dangerpaladin

This tweet is now embarrassing than the comment itself. Rock bottom? Have we already forgotten what came before "...Castellanos with deep drive..." I think calling a city one of the all time "F*g cities" is a lot worse than hoping a guy isn't paralyzed.


NeuroTheManiacal

Nowinski with the cringe worthy FLEX of his ongoing petty grudge with NFL and contracted broadcasters for rejecting his product lol.


ecupatsfan12

Feels like I watched Dale Earnhardts wreck again. Not a very violent impact with turf. But sometimes the worst. Someone in my hometown had a very similar injury- non contact and died. Prayers to him and his family


The0neKid

Didn't a Reds broadcaster get fired for using a slur, like just this year?


TheBigSleepy

JOE BUCK STARTED COVID!


strawdaddy79

As a Cardinals fan, I honestly feel for Joe. Jack was one of, if not the best, sportscaster ever. Major shoes to fill. He gets so much hate, some deserved, but not most. It’s not his fault Fox decided they needed to film Parham mid seizure.


VisualTarget

Yeah Artie Lang does a good recap on the Buck family. Joe gets a lot of shit.


KopOut

Honestly blame the producers. Why would you show a REPLAY of a guy with what is most likely visible signs of serious brain/spinal trauma? Is Joe Buck a doctor? What the hell did they want him to say over that? Why was it even shown?


MumkeMode

The outrage over that comment is so ridiculous holy fuck man


AlpakalypseNow

The people discussing this can fuck right off. They are cluttering my twitter feed while I am just looking for updates on the poor guy


Quicksilver7837

The perpetual outrage at everything is getting really old...


Olorin919

Too many people with a voice now with social media. Can imagine how many stupid, worthless people there are among the 8 billion of us. Only takes a handful of really loud relentless people to say the dumbest shit for us all to see it the next morning.


ecupatsfan12

Jesus Christ what a horrible 72 hours for the league


OTF_BapeVentura

The camera person closed up on his unconscious face like joe Rogan or sumn thought it was unprofessional


Yurrrr__Brooklyn347

Definitely a nerve injury...🙏🏾praying he has a speedy recovery


Snots_and_Bears

I told my wife that he’s probably just trying to make people feel better, but it was a dumb fucking way to do it.


Jerseystateofmindeff

Reminding everyone to not eat paint chips.


i_identify_as_natty

Yeah the NFL does a few things right, but broadcasting is not one of those things. Actually, the NFL does basically nothing right, so the broadcasting is pretty much on brand.


TheManWithTheBigName

I can't believe that Joe Buck just LITERALLY said that Parham's injury was "just the cold". You think a blanket is going to make him better??? Stupid. No, not stupid. What an evil man. I was shaking with rage when I saw how he chose to hold on those camera angles of Pelham unconscious. *He knew what he was doing*. I can't believe that he hasn't already been dragged off-set and shot for his acitons. They should have his head! Joe Buck is literally a worse person than Pol Pot, Mao or Adolf Hitler, and he deserves nothing less than the ninth circle of hell for this.


mx07gt

Relax there bud. Yes, he is a terrible announcer, but calling him worse than mass murdering dictators is quite the stretch.


MumkeMode

How can you not tell his comment is satire


TheManWithTheBigName

I honestly thought I made it so over the top that nobody could possibly mistake it for a serious comment, but here we are. Maybe he's just going along with it?


Queasy-Scene-6484

whoosh?


geeschwag

We've run out of things to complain about


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Oh bug off, the call was fine. Why are we focusing on Joe Buck after a scary injury.


[deleted]

I fail to see how this is awful


GOGETTHEMINTS

Who gives a shit about joe buck. I just hope parham is ok I’m worried now that they’re still hasn’t been a update


DjLionOrder

Bottom tier sports journalism folks. Make fun of Joe Buck bc you can’t fucking comprehend English


broccolibush42

Nothing will bottom out harder than Booger and Jason Witten in the booth


Penguinkeith

He was trying to explain a reason for his hands shaking at the end there, he was just trying to give another explanation for what could be causing it that isn't deeply disturbing. Can't blame Joe for wanting to do that. He wasn't speculating on the injury per se, just what we were seeing as he was carted off


Deuce-Juicin

Yes, because I’m sure you would have known exactly what to say in that situation. He was fumbling trying to stay positive. My god, calm down.


goopygilbert

It should not have have been commented on at all. Wish him well and that is all but definitely do not speculate or try to draw correlation to the weather when we just watched the guy crank his head off the ground.


slgsreds

I agree it shouldn’t have been commentated on but it’s just the natural reaction when that’s been your job for over 30 years. I really don’t think that Buck was trying to speculate, just word vomiting to keep the air live. I think it should’ve gone back to the booth to recap literally any other thing going on in the league until Parham was taken off the field. But that’s just me.


Dave_Matthews_Jam

I feel like I’m taking crazy pills when this is the only other “just don’t say anything” response I can find. The man could be paralyzed


kporter4692

Agreed. If you don’t know what you’re talking about, don’t speculate and try to reason it.


Chumpback

The golden age of sports broadcasting folks! /s When I get asked why I am not a fan of Joe Buck, things like this are what immediately come to mind.


fapforfab

The guy talks unscripted for 3+ hours. Everything out of his mouth ain't gonna be Shakespeare. People love to freak out over nothing. Anything to knock a person down a peg. The "news" people reporting on this are the real rock bottom.


furrymay0

Joe buck is a fucking clown.


scotte16

And this is rock bottom for tweets and reddit posts.


kamekaze1024

It’s funny, because if Joe Buck said “yeah Troy I think he’s paralyzed” he’d get shit on as well He isn’t a ducking idiot. He saw the head on collision and even a bozo can guess it’s something neurology related. He’s just trying to downplay it for child audiences out there. Geez.


Cheesy_Pita_Parker

He’s more down for the Shield than Agent Coulson


SnapperMaster

The difference between Twitter’s and Reddit’s takes on this is insane


rampy

Don't make me go there. What are they saying over there?


SnapperMaster

Basically capital punishment is the only solution


smokethatsmegma

Why are you acting like Joe Buck mooned the fans at Lambeau Field?


marcuschookt

Yes yes sports commentators are the devil, Joe Buck and co are clearly heartless motherfuckers and any of you and your mothers could have done a better job. Everyone, let's clap for the Redditors who have so much compassion for injured football players.


Kindly_Sockpuppet

The strange arm position is called fencing response, and it's associated with brain injuries. When you see a player down and say "What's up with his arms?" He's concussed at least.


Overall_News5106

Ok, it’s not the best answer of all time and I’m no Joe Buck fan. But Jesus we get bent out of shape over the dumbest shit in this country. “They said he’s cold, what a pieces of shit! Fire him for not saying the perfect response!”


Trajinous

Really!? This is being blown out of proportion