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Skip Bayless's lunacy

November 5, 2010 - Chris Masse
So Jerry Rice was named the Greatest Player in NFL history last night by the NFL Network. I agree with that pick but many might not. Skip Bayless is one of those people. That's fine. Everybody is entitled to their opinion. However, Bayless claimed that Michael Irvin was better than Rice because Irvin played better in big games and because Jerry Rice had Bill Walsh and Joe Montana at his disposal. To that I say: Jerry Rice wasn't good in big games? Uh, Skip...his WORST super bowl as a Niner was 7 catches for 148 yards and three touchdowns. He holds every major super bowl receiving record, is the only receiver who has more than 200 yards in a super bowl and has a record 8 touchdowns in four super bowls along with the most 100-yard games in playoff history. Wow, great point, Skip! He was good because he had Walsh and Montana? Uh, Skip. Rice played a whopping four years with Walsh and six with Montana. Again, great point. Uh, Skip. one more thing. Here are those pesky facts again...Michael Irvin had six 100-yard playoff games, Rice had 14. Irvin failed to catch a TD in two of three super bowls and had 66 and 76 yards in his last two super bowls. Jerry Rice called that a half of work in his super bowls when he went 11-215 and a TD, 7-148 and 3 TDs and 10-149 and 3 TDs (with a separated shoulder). Wow, Skip you really are clueless! Skip, it's one thing to have an opinion, but here's a thought...when you share an opinion base it on these things known as facts. Now I know you have no regard for facts or truth in your "reporting," but you'll learn that facts enhance your arguments so much more. Get a clue, Skip.


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