ESPN Sports talk show host Pat McAfee dropped the f-bomb on National TV after witnessing New York Jets QB Aaron Rodgers’ devastating injury.

As soon as McAfee realized what he had done, he did a five-second countdown, referencing the time of delay ESPN instituted for his show, as referenced by Awful Announcing.

ESPN brought McAfee’s successful show to the network for a contract worth $85 million over five years at the Worldwide Leader in sports

McAfee is trying to get used to the Disney-friendly platform on ESPN. The kinks are still being worked out with delaying any profanity that McAfee may utter.

Rodgers is a good friend of McAfee’s and he would make regular appearances on the show. His reaction was probably the same reaction that many Jets fans were having.

McAfee is a full-time analyst on ESPN’s highly successful and popular College Gameday show. His “The Pat McAfee Show” made it’s debut on ESPN, ESPN+ and YouTube on September 7.

Photo courtesy of YouTube/Pat McAfee Show

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