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Sunday Night Football
Short answer: maybe. Take a listen for yourself, after the jump.
Safe to say, Cris Collinsworth knows more football than most of us. The problem some viewers have with him: they feel like he throws that knowledge in their faces. But last night, Collinsworth proved that, like the guy or not, he’s pretty good at observing what’s happening on the field.
Bob Costas has given a lot of lectures during his time at Sunday Night Football, but the one he delivered last night might have topped them all. See it after the jump.
Last night, Sunday Night Football and the World Series went head-to-head on NBC and Fox, respectively. SNF produced one of the most boring, lopsided NFL games in recent memory, while Game 4 of the World Series was much closer. Did the ratings at all reflect this?
NBC’s Cris Collinsworth was rescued from a floating restaurant that broke free of a pier on the Ohio River, according to the AP.
In an interview with USA Today’s Michael McCarthy, NBC “Sunday Night Football” sideline reporter Andrea Kremer says that the negative attention garnered by ESPN’s Jeanine Edwards in the past week is distressing.
And now, we pay tribute to the fantastic comments of Ed Rendell, governor of Pennsylvania, on the postponing of this weekend’s Eagles-Vikings game from Sunday to Tuesday.
For the 14th consecutive week, “Sunday Night Football” rules the ratings battle. Not only did “SNF” have a whopping 116-percent victory margin over its closest competitor (“Glee”), it was the most-watched “SNF” game ever.
Here’s a real shocker: more people tuned into last night’s Saints-Steelers football game than the Giants-Rangers baseball game (aka the World Series).
After the final play of last night’s 49ers-Vikings game, Sunday Night Football announcers Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth revealed to the world that they are gambling men.