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Tony Kornheiser wishes Tom Brady was at Foxboro last night?

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Tony Kornheiser has instigated some pretty spirited discussion on this blog in the past, and we hope he continues to be a reliable water-cooler-topic-provider in the future.

For the record, I think Mr. Kornheiser makes the Monday Night Football broadcasts more entertaining that another "hardcore analyst."

But one blogger at Fanhouse.com deserves a gold star for keeping a running tally of how many times our second-favorite "Pardon the Interruption" host mentioned Tom Brady and Matt Cassel during last night's game.

Cassel, as you may know, was the starting quarterback for the New England Patriots. Brady was not. Despite this fact the final tally was apparently: Brady 22, Cassel 9.

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Kyle, you're the only person on the planet who seriously believes Toxic Tony of PTI belongs in a professional NFL broadcast booth. TK is a pathetic and painful caricature whose presence demeans this great institution. Football fans and viewers want real analysts who don't get in the way of the game. You can be entertained with out being insulted. MNF has become an industry joke.

Kyle responds: Great institution? It's on cable now, and Dennis Miller was a commentator. I think it's fine if you don't like Tony, but let's not pretend Monday Night Football is this beacon on the hill of sports broadcasting.

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