2 ESPN Analysts Call For Urban Meyer To Be Fired
© Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
On Monday’s episode of NFL Live, former NFL players Marcus Spears and Dan Orlovsky unloaded on Urban Meyer about his viral video and both believe he should be removed from his role in Jacksonville... Should be fired? I feel that's too easy, I think he wants out so he can nab that USC job.
(The Spun)

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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Either of these guys called for DeShaun Watson to be fired yet?
Reply2 months
Just take a knee Urban. That will make things better for you. Isn't that what the NFL does,
Reply2 months
Is his daughter going to weigh in on this too?
Reply2 months
Seems like it's time to delve into the lives of Marcus Spears and ol' Dan to see what they've been up to while preaching from the pulpit
Reply2 months
When you compare this to how Padon My Take discussed the incident you realize why nobody gives a frick about espn personalities anymore
Reply2 months
What a load of shite. These fricks will sell out and say anything to get that ESPN check.
Reply2 months
Let me guess - two of the ESPN "analysts" say he should be fired and two other "analysts" argue that he should not. Isn't that what ESPN has been for the last fifteen years?
Reply2 months
Am I missing something? What did he do wrong? I guess his contract says he cannot engage with any females? Looks like she is of age!
Reply2 months
He’s married with a family dude. Hell no he shouldn’t be engaging with any female other than his wife. He’s a piece of shite and deserves whatever is about to come to him.
2 months
He stayed behind when the team flew home. And apparently the reason was so he could score some local strange. Yeah, I'm pretty sure that's not conduct befitting a head coach of an NFL team.
2 months
Meanwhile these are the same analysts that stand up for athletes guilty of domestic violence, DUI's, assault, etc.
Reply2 months
I think he did all this on purpose to get fired
Reply2 months
Sell Marcus Spears by the pound and book the profits. The guy is nothing but a loud obnoxious blowhard. Dan is in that same neighborhood.
Reply2 months
I've never seen the media go all out against a coach like this.
Reply2 months
Hi, I'm Will Wade. Have we met?
2 months
Tired of these experts
Reply2 months
ESPN… no surprise. Perhaps they should drop all men’s sports.
Reply2 months
Those two guys have a show??? They are absolutely terrible. They need to go fondle someone at a bar so they can get off the air.
Reply2 months
the 'Devil's Doorbell' strikes yet again. We must regain the Puritan ideals of those who stepped off the Mayflower and killed all the indians.
Reply2 months
Wait, they're going to start firing HC and players for extra-marital affairs now? Lets start with firing coaches and players for beating their wives/children/inlaws first.
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Oh, and frick the NFL
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I mean….. you go to your own bar, in OHIO, and you don’t realize you rubbing up on some young chic is going to get lots of attention from the patrons? Married or not. He doesn’t very smart in that aspect, so yah I kind of agree that he needs to be shown the door.
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Seem
2 months
Uh huh, anyone who thinks those two cucks wouldn't have done the same thing in that situation is simple fooling themselves. I'm no fan of Meyer but as is typical of ESPN personalities those two are being very disingenuous
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