. . . that commenting Confessors please bear in mind that not all readers (including yours truly) are not able to listen to all the shows all the time. So if you have a comment on a specific piece of broadcasting, or a piece of other Ticket-related information (i.e., ratings, signal, stuff like that), please give us the factual predicate for your comment so that it may be understood and evaluated -- unless, of course, it's clear from the context of prior comments or a post.
BAFFLING: "I thought Bob's comments on Tony Romo were right on the button yesterday."
SATISFYING: "I thought Bob's comments yesterday that Tony Romo brings a kind of Etruscan elegance to his hand gestures at the line of scrimmage before audible-ing a play that about 47% of his teammates on the field never really learned from the playbook was right on the button."
Same as you were told in that composition class you took all those years ago: When you sit down to write, put yourself in the shoes of your audience.
Many thanks in advance for your thoughtful preparation of comments, and apologies for this schoolmarmish post.