In an effort to be different (though not better), ESPN opted for a three-man stand this year, but with one of the analysts out of the booth. Instead, the former NFL defensive midfielder Togle Booger McFarland rides in a raised seat, moving with the ball's point to give him a down-the-line view of the game.
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Making the situation even funnier (except for those who have paid for seats with views blocked by the device) is that ESPN has a monitor attached to the back of the chair. So those who have decided to bring in substantial dollars in the stadium can see what they would see if they had just decided to stay home.
Is ESPN really worth it and, more importantly, the NFL? The NFL has to tell ESPN what we said from the beginning: just get Booger in the cabin and handle it. If the NFL cares about its fans, this mandate will come before next Monday.