Seen a lot of comments on here that throw Ritchie under the bus when it comes to a comedic perspective. However, to be fair, as I'm getting caught up watching Monday's replay - The third hour with Alaa was very entertaining to me. Say what you will about Ritchie's comedic timing, comedy much like music is very polarizing in that it's tough to get many people to agree, in addition - he's not there to be funny, he is the obvious straight man...but I think Ritchie brings great football insight to the casual fan and his thoughts on the current NFL concussion issue are very thought provoking. He was very honest in regards to how he hid his own concussions and went about his business and I think he brings good personal experience to the table when discussing the NFL's biggest off the field problem right now (aside from Terrell Owens). From a pure football/sports perspective I thought he really had his best segment there.