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Or whether it can be compared to the Saints thing. Or whether Carter broke the NFL’s brand of Omerta. The only thing we care about is Carter providing personal information and perspective. And going much deeper into this bounty story than all his analyst peers, or at least the ones we’ve heard. Most of them drone on over whether the suspensions of Saints personnel was the right thing for Goodell to do. Then they talk, in the most general terms, about what went on when they played. Until Carter flapped his jaw last week, none of them offered specifics. Did any of these high profile former QBs or receivers pay for protection? Did any defensive players, now paid for their opinions, collect any bounty booty? No specifics. Just glossing over their own experiences. Carter peeled off a layer of his own skin. Does anyone believe he was the only player who paid for protection? In the weeks and months leading up to the NFL season, more of these analysts should come out and tell their stories. Although, it’s never been a prerequisite of any NFL TV job tell the truth. Don’t leave Cris Carter hanging out there alone. THE ANDY LOVEFEST It will be a Gush Fest Sunday on Al Yankzeera with Andy Pettitte scheduled to return to a major league mound for the first time since Game 3 of the 2010 ALCS. Will any reality be injected (couldn’t resist) into this happy fizzies party? Will any of YES’ Ministers of Misinformation dare bring up Pettitte’s mealy-mouth testimony at Roger Clemens’ perjury trial? Somewhere along the line St. Andy was bending the truth about that HGH conversation he had with Clemens, right? Maybe YES voices will explore the art of fibbing when they come up for air after babbling about the guts and determination it took Pettitte to come moncler outlet new york back. And of course his pride in the pinstripes. CONE OF NON-SILENCE At least one YES voice enjoys dealing with reality ― David Cone. 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The guy we felt for was Bernard King. He was mostly forced to squeeze his serious analysis in between all the yammering. Also, it appears the show did not have a whole lot of pre-production. How else could King be allowed to go on the air prior to Game 5 and say the “big matchup” he was most interested in was “the matchup between Melo and (Shane) Battier.” Hey, the free world knew LeBron James would be covering Anthony. LEADING THEM ON Bad timing for Pierre McGuire in late stages of Caps-Rangers Game 5. With 1:45 left in the third, and the Rangers down, 2-1, NBCSN’s hockey mouth figured it was the right time to go gaga over the positive changes made by the Caps defense. “They know how to defend a lead,” McGuire said. 98.4 seconds later the “lead” was erased on a Brad Richards goal. Who will shed the first teardrops when Pettitte takes the mound Sunday? John (Pa Pinstripe) Sterling or Suzyn (Ma Pinstripe) Waldman? … Ryan Ruocco better hurry up and grow a backbone. He’s letting Stephen A. Smith push him around. Fire back, man, or risk being another midday man on the wrong end ESPN-98.7’s revolving door. Inquiring WFAN minds want to know how many 98.7 voices actually work from the studio? Unlike their colleague Mike (Sports Pope) Francesa, who has gone lightweight on the Knicks, Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts tore them up during Miami series, even holding James (Guitar Jimmy) Dolan accountable for the mess. Guess the midday mouths won’t be getting the same Garden seat treatment the pontiff currently enjoys. * * * DUDE OF THE WEEK FLOYD (MONEY) MAYWEATHER: For apologizing to HBO’s Larry Merchant. What’s next, Mayweather agreeing to fight Manny Pacquiao? Seriously though, Mayweather had demanded HBO fire the Merchant of Menace after a 2011 interview following his fight with Victor Ortiz. Mayweather didn’t like the line of questioning. 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