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Social Media Goes OFF on ESPN Sideline Reporter Sergio Dipp After Very Awkward Report on Vance Joseph (VIDEO + TWEETS)

During the second Monday Night Football game, ESPN went down to the sideline to let Sergio Dipp give some in depth analysis on Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph. Almost immediately, things turned awkward. Not sure if it was nerves, but Dipp began speaking like a robot and talking about a whole bunch of nothing. […]
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