One blogger's quest to produce ESPN.com's featured comment. Occasionally funny!
From having just checked the featured comment, I must admit I'm a little disappointed. This so could have been you..."The Lakers executed in the first half and built up a lead that the Jazz couldn't overcome."So insightful and analytical, yet so poetic and lacking of anything worthwhile!
yeah, when i saw that one today i thought it was totally in my wheelhouse.
yeah, the "which" makes the comment seem way too literate and well constructed
Your pursuit of mediocrity in sports commentary is truly commendable. I can't wait until you hit the milestone of having the perfect comment; devoid of analytical quality and generally considered worthless by anyone that knows anything about sports. I find the uselessness of this situation to be fascinating. The scary part is that you haven't already won. I can't believe people are stupid enough to post the past 3 eventual winners like they they contribute anything relevant to any sports conversation. While your blog is great, I lose a bit of faith in humanity everyday that you don't win. Hopefully you win before its too late.
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