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press release from ESPN. The network didn’t replace Jason Witten after he left to return to the Dallas Cowboys.

Here is a look at my reaction to this news from ESPN:

ESPN made a huge mistake here. They should have paid whatever money was necessary to Peyton Manning or Pat McAfee to get them in the booth. (RELATED: ‘Monday Night Football’ Needs To Consider Putting Pat McAfee On The Broadcast)

I would have loved either one, and you’d think the most powerful network in all of sports would have been able to get the former Colts punter or Manning for “MNF” without much of a problem.

Getting neither seems like a gigantic screwup.

Do they want us to hate the broadcast team? Is that the plan here? I hate to say it, but none of the people listed above are stars, and the production was roasted on a routine basis last year.

I thought ESPN was trending in the correct direction. Now, I’m not so sure. How do they not land McAfee? The man probably would have done it for free.

ESPN will come to regret this decision. I can promise you that much. I have no doubt at all they’re going to look back at making this call and wish they’d pulled the trigger on bringing in some serious star power.

Again, the network has been doing much better lately, but this wasn’t a wise move. They should have replaced Witten with a grade-A talent and let the fans ride with it from there.

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