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Jason Kelce is predicted to be the best NFL analyst since John Madden.



Jason Kelce will be the best of what NFL analysts can be—the passion of John Madden, the knowledge of Troy Aikman and the candor of Chris Collinsworth. With a sense of humor, no less.

That’s the conclusion of columnist Marcus Hayes, writing in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

This season Kelce will serve as a pregame and halftime analyst on ESPN’s Monday Night Football, replacing Robert Griffin III.

Hayes has been covering the NFL for 34 years and he knows what he’s seeing.

“I usually watch games with the sound down; Tony Romo’s histrionics never impressed me. I never watch pregame or postgame shows; bland predictions and toothless reactions are a waste of time. CBS’s Boomer Esiason and Phil Simms have always been a little too antiseptic for my taste; thanks for the unmemorable memories, guys. I love Matt Ryan, but Matty Ice ain’t the answer, either,” Hayes wrote.

Jason Kelce will be different. True to his word and true to himself.

It’s just who he is.

If you’re doing your job as a player, Kelce said, you’re critical of what you’re doing, what’s happening with the group and what’s happening from the coaches.

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