Last Thursday night, Al Michaels had to suffer like the rest of us as we watched a terrible game between the Colts and Broncos.
Michaels has no interest in doing something like that again.
“If we don’t have a better game than we had last Thursday then I may retire,” Michaels said in an appearance on Waddle & Silvy on ESPN Chicago, via BarrettSportsMedia.com. “I’ve done pretty close to 800 NFL games, and with all due respect, guys are trying I understand and we all know that, but that was grim.”
The Washington Commanders and Chicago Bears will square off at Soldier Field tonight.
Both teams are under .500 and have terrible QB play.
Michaels added that sometimes bad matchups on paper turn out to be thrillers.
“It’s funny, you go into these games, and the matchup can look great and a game turns out to not be very good where the matchup looks rotten but the game turns out to be great,” Michaels added. “We’ve both seen games like that on both sides of the coin.”
We can only hope and pray we get that tonight.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.