Super Bowl Prop Bets 2011: Total Pointless Reports By Pam Oliver

January 25, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Super Bowl Prop Bets should have another category for useless information.
I've never understood the point of sideline reporters. They offer nothing, and the only time I care about what they have to say is when it comes to injuries. The rest of the time you get subjected to ridiculous questions and comments that add nothing to the broadcast. Many sideline reporters do this. I'm not picking on just Pam Oliver. You could make the same argument for Tony Siragusa, but since he won't be roaming the sidelines, Pam's taking the heat.
I've got a good hunch she'll ask one player about their feelings before the game. What do you expect them to say? They're bored, and wish they could be off playing golf?

Don't be shocked, either, if the Packers are held to 50 yards rushing by halftime, and Pam informs you the viewer that Mike McCarthy says they've got to find a way to get the ground game going. Really?
Yes, obviously you don't tune in for the in-depth analysis from sideline ...

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