Tom Brady, the No $#*t MVP Candidate: Cynthia Frelund – RotoViz Report, 2 Nov 2015
November 2, 2015: The RotoViz Report: A RotoViz Radio News Show, covering the serious and mocking the ridiculous NFL news of the last week, featuring Tom Brady, Le’Veon Bell, Matt Forte, Julio Jones, Melvin Gordon, Stefon Diggs, Tavon Austin, Drew Brees, and more.
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On the show, Matt & Cynthia discuss Bell’s season-ending MCL injury; Forte’s season-altering MCL injury; Austin’s touchdown production; and Brees’ Week 8 outburst.
“No S#*t!” or “$#*t, No!” (The “Bleeped” Edition)
In a segment dedicated almost entirely to pseudo-“useless” news, Matt & Cynthia storm through a litany of items ranging from Ryan Tannehill’s non-Brady-ness to Brady’s MVP-ness.
Is This News Item Fake?
Outside of playing football, Emmitt Smith is known primarily for butchering television text and winning the third season of Dancing with the Stars. Now, determined to overcome the linguistic miscues that plagued him as a sports analyst and desirous to exhibit his dancing skills on a more regular basis, Smith has recently announced that in January he will be making his Broadway debut in the stage adaptation of the hit TV show from the ‘70s, Dallas, in the iconic role of J.R. Ewing.
Is this news item real?—or fake?
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The show’s introduction is provided by the vocal talents of Randy E. Aguebor (@RandyAguebor), the Arbitrage James Earl Jones.