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Ron Jaworski Drops S-Bomb During Monday Night Football Broadcast [VIDEO]

Ever since Monday Night Football moved to ESPN in 2006 the play by  play announcers just haven’t been as good as the old ABC lineup.  Last night was another flub as former NFL QB and current ESPN NFL commentator Ron Jaworski let a curse word slip when talking about Miami Dolphins QB Chad Henne. 

I think as a former QB, Jaws was probably feeling the frustration watching Dolphins QB Cgad Henne struggle last night. Unfortunately, he let the S dash,dash,dash word slip during the broadcast. He would apologize later, but that is why live TV is awesome.

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