VIDEO: Come one, come all ESPN analysts, its a Vikings rip-fest

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There were many records set last night by Josh Freeman, and we gathered those in this space for your viewing displeasure.

We figure the responsible thing to do is to follow up our coverage of Freeman's records by gathering all the analysis of his performance and the situation.

Well, ESPN really didn't give us much of that, instead they decided to voice their displeasure with one, or all of the parties involved in the debacle that was Monday Night Football.

SportsCenter anchors:

Former Viking Cris Carter, who is probably just mad because he said he had purple underwear on while picking the Vikings in the pregame:

Talking heads Max Kellerman and Marcellus Wiley:

Zubin Mehenti and former Patriot Tedy Bruschi:

Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden round it out, damning the Vikings entire season based off Josh Freeman's performance last night:

Throw in comments from Tirico like "this is a terrible quarter of football" and "these two teams are just bad" and we're ready to have Freeman unleash a football straight at your heads. Unfortunately, we think he might overthrow you.

Shut up Happy Gilmore!

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