Some takes age better than others, and as Max Kellerman knows six years later, his bold assessment of Tom Brady didn’t exactly go the route of a fine wine. Back in 2016, the ESPN personality, 48, declared that Brady was “just about done” on “First Take” as the then-Patriots quarterback was entering his 17th season in the league. Among the niceties, Kellerman proclaimed Brady “is going to fall off a cliff,” and that he would be “a bum in short order.” Well, the only thing that has changed between now and then is the three Super Bowl rings Brady has added to...
Max Kellerman has offered some pretty brutal takes throughout his career, which is par for the course in terms of sports radio and debate show hosts. But there may be no Kellerman hot take more infamous than his 2016 assessment of Tom Brady. Thursday was the sixth anniversary of Kellerman’s...
Six years ago today, ESPN analyst Max Kellerman said Tom Brady was going to "fall off a cliff" in his NFL career. "Tom Brady is just about done. It could be his next game he plays, it could be a year from now, but he is going to fall off a cliff," Kellerman said on First Take. "Tom Brady is going to be a bum in short order."
BOSTON -- If you mentioned the name Max Kellerman in New England from 2016 to 2018, you would have inspired a whole lot of rage. In the years since, the name has only inspired laughs -- and a clown sign or two.The origin of that story, of course, came when Kellerman declared in full confidence in the summer of 2016 that Brady was "just about done," that he would be "a bum in short order," and that he "is going to fall off a cliff." As the world knows now -- and as many knew then -- Kellerman was wrong....
Six year ago today, ESPN's Max Kellerman made one of the worst sports predictions of all-time. Kellerman, who was previously a co-host on ESPN's First Take, predicted six years ago that Brady would never win another Super Bowl. He then took things a step further and said he's was on the verge of becoming a "bum."
Tom Brady thrives off people doubting him or making bad predictions about his decline. One ESPN personality found that out the hard way on Thursday. Barstool Sports shared a video of Max Kellerman on ESPN’s “First Take” from July 28, 2016, exactly six years ago to the day. Kellerman is seen predicting that Brady is “just about done” and about to “fall off a cliff” and “be a bum in short order.” Brady took notice of the clip and made sure to share it, all while tagging Kellerman in the tweet and pointing out that the quarterback now has a swimwear line, too.
Max Kellerman Made A Wild Motorcycle Joke As Jay Williams Talked About NBA Contracts With Injury Clauses
Jay Williams was the No. 2 overall pick of the Chicago Bulls out of Duke in the 2002 NBA Draft, but saw his career come to an end in 2003 when he suffered severe injuries from a motorcycle crash that also violated the terms of his contract with the Bulls, becoming one of the all-time cautionary tales to young athletes in the process.
Sports commentator Max Kellerman is still giving hot takes for ESPN—and still building his net worth—but he’s no longer a part of the show First Take. Longtime First Take co-host Stephen A. Smith wanted Kellerman replaced, and ESPN bosses made it so. Article continues below advertisement. “I...
The dominant topic of discussion in the days before the NBA playoffs truly begin is who will replace Frank Vogel as the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers. It'll be a lengthy process but the team wants to get somebody in place before the draft in June, so we have a rough timeline. Since these are the Lakers, they will probably shoot for the stars (as recent reports about their desire for Nick Nurse suggest) and end up with somebody like Mark Jackson.
The ESPN host liked a caller’s idea of the 37-year-old taking over the head coaching position.
A truly wild take just days ahead of The Masters.
Athlete: a person who is trained or skilled in exercises, sports, or games requiring physical strength, agility, or stamina. On the eve of the Masters golf tournament, Max Kellerman has made a comment about Tiger Woods that will likely haunt him for the remainder of his career. On Wednesday, during...
Ever since his cohost Max Kellerman was removed from ESPN's sports debate show First Take, the always outspoken Stephen A. Smith has not been shy about his desire for the pair to part ways. He went into great detail on the topic with Jimmy Traina on the SI Media Podcast in September, saying that the two did not work well as a team anymore.
Max Kellerman On Career Comparisons Between LeBron James And Michael Jordan: "LeBron Had To Slay The Monster In A Way That MJ Really Didn't Have To. But That's Because MJ Was The Monster."
LeBron James and Michael Jordan are and will be compared for many years. These two are considered the greatest players of all time, regardless of the order, Many fans have tried to make a case for each of them, convincing absolutely zero people about changing their minds on the GOAT debate.
“The rumors are accurate in terms of me wanting him off the show,” Smith told radio hosts Ebro Darden and Peter Rosenberg. “Let’s get that out the way. Yes, I did (want him off the show).”. “It wasn’t really about asking him to be off the show,...