One of the NFL's greatest quarterbacks of all-time doesn't appear to be a big fan of Peyton and Eli Manning's Monday Night Football telecast.
Peyton and Eli Manning are doing a secondary broadcast for Monday Night Football this year. The former NFL quarterback brothers have a lot of fun with the broadcast, bringing on people like Rob Gronkowski and Pat McAfee, among others.
One former NFL quarterback doesn't appear to be a big fan of it.
Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon said he's not a fan of "jokesters" in the game.
"It’s a little bit different. I’m a hardcore football guy, so I don’t want jokesters in the game, I want to analyze the game," Moon told Outkick on Saturday. "I look at the game a lot differently than most people look at em’, I’m really quiet about it and so that’s kind of what I want to see when I see a game. I don’t want to see a lot of comedy."
To each their own, I guess.
Many, of course, are big fans of the broadcast. The second week of the telecast saw a big increase in television ratings.
There are clearly a lot of fans of the broadcast. However, Warren Moon is not among them.