The Manning brothers’ Monday Night Football broadcast is back! And Surprisingly, Al Michaels (of all people) kicked off the show with a bang.
During his scheduled appearance on the broadcast, Peyton and Eli played a highlight reel tape of Michaels playing golf. And it was probably the most hilariously relatable video we’ll ever see involving the NBC broadcaster.
Al Michaels is seen duffing the ball all over the place while aggressively yelling expletives at himself.
Al Michaels gets to let loose on the golf course 😅 pic.twitter.com/QpzV0vZ3ki
— ESPN (@espn) November 16, 2021
Fans everywhere got a huge kick out of the Al Michaels golfing tape.
Al Michaels is the greatest human of all time. pic.twitter.com/fIZgbwzdQt
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) November 16, 2021
Al Michaels is all of us attempting to be good at golf during the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/s0157LunOJ
— Green Light with Chris Long (@greenlight) November 16, 2021
Al Michaels is one of us on the golf course. pic.twitter.com/kOsMgG39MD
— All Hail Aaron Ramsdale (@Andysimmons615) November 16, 2021
I've never wanted to golf with another person more than I want to golf with Al Michaels https://t.co/CPFunvmo4I
— James Yarcho (@JYarcho_BUCS) November 16, 2021
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Al Michaels took the whole thing like a good sport. And with good reason…we can all relate to losing our sh-t on the golf course.
The video might have been more captivating than the actual game, itself. So far, the Niners are running all over the Rams in a big upset effort to spoil Odell Beckham Jr’s debut.
All I know is that I could use some more videos of Al Michaels on the golf course.