Your NFL TV Viewing Maps For Week 8: Donovan McNabb Tie Game Edition
In all the confusion, I'll bet you forgot that that the Rams are playing at the Chiefs today -- and that Donovan McNabb is doing the color commentary on Fox. (Dick Stockton on drums). Yes, the same Donovan McNabb who, in 2008, was stunned to learn that there are ties in the NFL.
Guess the folks at Fox figured that's just the kind of resume they were looking for.
Anyway, the folks in Missouri finally have their I-70 Series -- which consists, sadly, of one game, between teams with a combined 5-7 record.
Because Joe Buck is making World Series viewers angry in San Francisco today, he's not with Troy Aikman in London, where the Falcons are playing the Lions at 9:30 a.m. ET. It was a golden opportunity lost -- because if we could have gotten Buck out of the country, we might have figured a way to keep him there. Thom Brennaman becomes the British Troy Aikman, as East Coasters get up early to watch football -- the way West Coasters have done for centuries. All of their early games begin at 10 a.m. (PST), don't forget.
The big game today: The 5-1 Eagles at the 5-1 Cardinals. Bet you never saw that one coming a month ago. Chris Meyers and Ronde Barber (!) call the action in the late game on Fox.
Here's the rest of the slate:
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