During the first quarter of the LA Chargers and Denver Broncos game, the broadcast flashed to a sideline report from none other than Sergio Dipp, a new face to NFL fans.

When it was his time to shine he appeared extremely nervous and fumbled over his lines and it sounded as if he was reading off of a teleprompter or if somebody was prompting him through his headset.

“Folks, it’s a pleasure to be with you guys, here, on the field, from up close just watching coach Vance Joseph from here, watching him now on the screen,” Dipp said. “His diversity and his background is helping him a lot tonight. The quarterback at Colorado, defensive back in the NFL and here he is having the time of his life making his head coaching debut.”

Understandably so, Dipp received some heavy criticism online on social media. The 29-year old reporter works for ESPN Deportes and appeared to be pulling double duty for both networks.

While it is great to giving somebody a chance, when they are clearly not ready for the big stage you need to keep them off it. Now, Dipp may have been out of his comfort zone doing some English commentary, with some work he might become part of MNF in the future.

ESPN must have been short reporters to put on the sidelines after all the layoffs they made earlier this year.

While Dipp’s reporting was a dot on the radar, Beth Mowins was the star of the telecast crew. Mowins has been doing college football on ESPN for a while and has honed her craft. On the other hand, why was she paired with Rex Ryan for her first national broadcast of an NFL game?

Ryan was an annoying coach and an even more annoying colour commentator. It’s almost as bad as nails on a chalk board. Actually, I would take the nails on the chalk board. If Ryan can get a job in football again fans would be rejoicing just so they do not have to hear him for a full game again.