In case anyone forgot, the two Gasbags have a debate show, “Speak For Yourself,” on FS1.Yet watching NFL games on Fox, viewers are left with the impression there’s only one Yap-Flap soiree on FS1, “The Undisputed,” with Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe and Joy Taylor.
This season, CBS and NBC will share the Thursday package.
CBS will produce nine Thursday games in September and October, with five of those simulcast on CBS and NFL Network and the four others airing only on NFL Network.
So we decided to feed the lions with today’s blog post!!! Two, the Bengals are not a threat but are in Cincinnati where the Reds reside and throw bean pitches at the Pirates.
Hey Chrissy, we mean CRISSY Collins WORTHLESS…the Pittsburgh fans kinda don’t like you. Three, we believe you ARE indeed more attractive than the Butthead cartoon but we also believe what you have to say during the football games is EQUAL TO or LESS THAN what Butthead would have to say. we know that this silly blog post won’t jeopardize your cushy broadcasting job.
Since the Michaels-Tirico shift was made after CBS’ portion of the “TNF” package ended for this season, there was no reason for CBS to be concerned with the move. If NBC does push for Tirico to call the “TNF” package, CBS could want the right to make a switch too.
NO DEBATING THIS Jason Whitlock and Colin Cowherd should consider suing, figuratively speaking of course, Fox Sports suits for non-support.
They named the character "Kurt Hummel", due to Colfer's past role of "Kurt" in "The Sound of Music", when he was fourteen, and because of his rosy cheeks, which reminded them of "...
Unified School District, because I keep getting these phone calls saying my daughter keeps missing classes, I mean, at all hours of the night, I had like, two calls this morning and I keep calling saying I haven't got a daughter! I mean, the 90's were a blur but I don't think I was impregnating anyone when I was two. The casting agents were so impressed with his audition that they wrote the role of "Kurt" for him.
NBC Sunday Night Football is a weekly television broadcast of National Football League (NFL) games on NBC in the United States.
It began airing on August 6, 2006 with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, which opened that year's preseason.
So, now the NFL is cool with having Mike Tirico replace Al (Exigente) Michaels in NBC’s Thursday and Sunday night booths in order to give the veteran voice “a midseason break.” The first conclusion to draw from what amounts to the NFL relaxing its hardline stance on approving prime-time broadcasters is this: Expect Tirico to be the voice of NBC’s Thursday Night Football package in 2017.