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On the Fox NFL Sunday pregame program, Terry Bradshaw loves to have a good time. This often entails his becoming the punchline to a joke or making an offensive remark about someone else. During Sunday’s broadcast, former Raiders great and Hall of Famer Howie Long launched the first salvo at former Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, only for Roethlisberger to return fire and trash the whole Raiders fan base.
Terry Bradshaw and his age are mocked by Howie Long.
The Fox NFL Sunday pregame program featured former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw and former Las Vegas Raiders defensive lineman Howie Long in a segment dubbed “Sin City vs. Steel City,” where a topic was presented and each Hall of Famer made a case for their respective club.
Bradshaw went up to Long and got in his face when asked which team had a greater chance of reaching the playoffs. “Pittsburgh!” he said as he stepped back.
“What are you doing, creeping up on me?” Long inquired as he approached the former quarterback.
Bradshaw said, “Don’t come over here.” “Hey, buddy, I ain’t no easy way.”
Michael Strahan remarked off to the side, “Old man’s fight.”
Long said, “I’d say you’re going to walk over here and hobble back, but you limped over here,” to the delight of everyone on set, including Bradshaw.
“That’s amusing. That was not written for you. Bradshaw laughed as he added, “Folks, he accomplished it on his own.” “I am very proud of you.”
Terry Bradshaw retaliates at Long and Raiders supporters.
On September 13, 2021, supporters of the Las Vegas Raiders pose before the game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium. | Image courtesy of Ethan Miller/Getty Images
Curt Menefee, in the segment’s last question, highlighted both teams’ famous fan groups and asked Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long which set of supporters is superior and why.
“That’s simple. Long remarked of the Steelers, “They’re local.” “We went — fans traveled from Oakland to Los Angeles to Oakland to Los Angeles to Oakland to Oakland to Vegas. The Southwest Raiders are our team’s name. “We’re a national team,” says the player.
Bradshaw said, “It’s remarkable how people adore losers, and that’s what the Raiders have been for a long time.” “Steelers can travel faster than anybody else. I’ll say this: there aren’t any angrier fans than yours. Yours is a vicious bunch.”
Last season, Bradshaw struck Long with a low blow.
After the game between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions at Ford Field, Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, and Jimmy Johnson (L-R) present the Fox television NFL Postgame Show from the sidelines. | Photo by Mark Cunningham/Detroit Lions/Getty Images
It’s nothing new for Terry Bradshaw to take a shot at Howie Long. It’s all part of the act. Bradshaw, on the other hand, may get carried away at times. Last season, the former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback made significant allegations against Long and Strahan.
Bradshaw began, “There are certain things in life you simply don’t want to face.” “For starters, I don’t want to go fishing with Jimmy Johnson, who removes his shirt. I don’t want to see Howie, who used to juice with Michael, take those steroids.”
“Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!” Menefee got in the way. Long and Strahan were originally seen on video giggling. The former New York Giants defensive standout then seemed surprised.
Bradshaw attempted to continue, but Long cut him off.
“Wait, wait, wait!” says the narrator. he stated
“I’m not done yet. Bradshaw responded, “I’m not done yet.”
Long replied, “You got us confused up with the squad you played with.” “Exactly!” Off-camera in the background, Strahan said.
“I don’t want to see those men charging at me,” says the narrator. I don’t want a divorce attorney to show up at my home. And if you’re in the NFL, you don’t want to face the Ravens because once they defeat Cincinnati tonight, no team will be tougher to beat.”
Later, Bradshaw apologized for his comments.
He won’t apologize for his comments about Raiders supporters, but the team got the last laugh on Sunday, winning 26-17 on the road to improve to 2-0 on the season.
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