Wednesday, December 01, 2010

NFL on FOX - Eli & Peyton Manning take over

From Fox Sports -

Eli & Peyton Manning Highlight NFL on FOX Doubleheader Sunday

Moose Impressed By Bears Statement on National Stage

Goren & Strahan Honored By March of Dimes

FOX Soccer Provides Extensive Coverage of FIFA World Cup Announcement Tomorrow

NFC EAST & MANNING BROS. BOOKEND FOX DOUBLEHEADER
– Week 13 features another NFL on FOX doubleheader on Sunday, Dec. 5, containing eight matchups – each presented in true HD. Action kicks-off in New Jersey, as Eli Manning and the Giants welcome Donovan McNabb and their long-time rival Redskins. Following a big win over the Eagles, Jay Cutler and the Bears put their 8-3 record on the line as they travel to Detroit to take on the Lions. Drew Brees and the Saints have quietly reeled off four-straight victories and look to make it five when they take on the Bengals. Coming off a last-second loss in Atlanta, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers try to rebound as they host the 49ers. The second half of FOX’s double dip gets started in Indianapolis, where Peyton Manning and the Colts host Jason Garrett’s Cowboys. Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Pam Oliver call the action from Lucas Oil Stadium. Matt Ryan and the Falcons pulled out a late victory over the Packers last week and this week, face Josh Freeman and the Bucs in Tampa. Sam Bradford’s rookie of the year campaign rolls on as the Rams are in Arizona to face the Cardinals. Also, the Panthers are in Seattle to battle the Seahawks.


Coverage begins at 12:00 PM ET with America’s most-watched pregame show, FOX NFL SUNDAY. Terry Bradshaw and Curt Menefee co-host the Emmy Award-winning program and are joined by analysts Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson. NFL Insider Jay Glazer presents the latest league news and scoops and comedic prognosticator Frank Caliendo contributes his weekly “Frank’s Picks” segment. NFL rules analyst Mike Pereira is also on hand to go over any impactful officiating issues from the last week.


Washington Redskins at New York Giants - 1pm (51% of nation)
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston & Tony Siragusa
Meadowlands Stadium – East Rutherford, NJ
MARKETS INCLUDE: Albuquerque, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, Greensboro, Greenville, Hartford, Houston, Knoxville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, New York, Norfolk, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence, Raleigh, Richmond, San Antonio, San Diego, Seattle, Tulsa, Washington, West Palm Beach


Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions - 1pm (18%)
Sam Rosen, Tim Ryan & Jennifer Hammond
Ford Field – Detroit, MI
MARKETS INCLUDE: Chicago, Cleveland, Dayton, Fort Myers, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, St. Louis


New Orleans Saints at Cincinnati Bengals - 1pm (13%)
Ron Pitts & John Lynch
Paul Brown Stadium – Cincinnati, OH
MARKETS INCLUDE: Atlanta, Birmingham, Columbus, Jacksonville, Louisville, New Orleans, Orlando


San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers - 1pm (9%)
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick & Charissa Thompson
Lambeau Field – Green Bay, WI
MARKETS INCLUDE: Milwaukee, Sacramento, San Francisco


Dallas Cowboys at Indianapolis Colts - 4:15pm (76%)
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman & Pam Oliver
Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
MARKETS INCLUDE: Albuquerque, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Dayton, Denver, Detroit, Hartford, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York, Norfolk, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Richmond, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Francisco, Tampa, Tulsa, Washington, West Palm Beach


Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 4:15pm (9%)
Dick Stockton, Charles Davis & Laura Okmin
Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, FL
MARKETS INCLUDE: Atlanta, Birmingham, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, New Orleans


Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks - 4:15pm (8%)
Chris Rose, Ross Tucker & Jaime Maggio
Qwest Field – Seattle, WA
MARKETS INCLUDE: Charlotte, Greensboro, Greenville, Portland, Raleigh, Seattle


St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals - 4:15pm (5%)
Chris Myers, Kurt Warner & Nischelle Turner
University of Phoenix Stadium – Glendale, AZ
MARKETS INCLUDE: Phoenix, St. Louis



JOHNSTON: CHICAGO SENT A MESSAGE ON A NATIONAL STAGE – The Bears are sporting an 8-3 record and lead the NFC North. However, they haven’t been viewed as serious contenders. NFL on FOX analyst Daryl Johnston feels that many have focused on their down moments and not given them credit for their achievements. “What a lot of people have in their memory banks was that disaster against the Giants,” said Johnston. “When you give up nine sacks in the first half, two of your quarterbacks get knocked out, your offensive line is in shambles, you have to think this team is inept. Now, they’re getting better but you’re not hearing a lot about it. The Bears get another chance on the national stage going against the most explosive offense in the league in the Eagles and they have a great day. I think Chicago sent a message to everybody.”


LONG: SURPRISED ANDRE JOHNSON AND CORTLAND FINNEGAN WEREN’T SUSPENDED FOLLOWING THEIR FIGHT LAST WEEK – Last week in Houston, Texans WR Andre Johnson and Titans DB Cortland Finnegan engaged in a fight during the game that resulted in helmets being ripped off and punches being thrown. The NFL didn’t suspend either player, only fining each $25,000. FOX NFL SUNDAY analyst Howie Long expected both players to face suspensions. “I was a little surprised,” said Long. “I think the NFL needs to get the fighting under control. Why do they restrict taunting in the endzone? Because it can lead to a Johnson-Finnegan situation kind of battle. I think the inconsistency in the penalties is part of the problem. It’s all over the place and subjective. It changes week to week.”


STRAHAN HONORED AS SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR; GOREN AWARDED CORPORATE LEADERSHIP BY MARCH OF DIMES – On Wednesday, Dec. 1 FOX Sports was twice privileged to be recognized during the 27th annual March of Dimes New York division luncheon held at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. FOX NFL SUNDAY analyst Michael Strahan was named “Sportsman of the Year” while FOX Sports Media Group Vice-Chairman Ed Goren was honored with the Corporate Leadership Award. NFL Films President Steve Sabol was awarded with the Sports Leadership Award while women’s basketball pioneer Lisa Leslie was honored as “Sportswoman of the Year.” The March of Dimes is the leading nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health and each year, honors the outstanding achievements of men and women in the sports industry. With chapters nationwide, the March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.


FUEL TV PREMIERES “BUBBA’S WORLD” PRESENTED BY GEICO – On Thursday, Dec. 2, (10:00 PM ET/PT) FUEL TV premieres a new 13 episode series about one of the biggest, most popular Supercross champions, James ‘Bubba’ Stewart. Episode 1 opens with Stewart exiting a stadium packed with 50,000 screaming race fans, with a potentially career-ending injury. He’s now thrust into a whirlwind of multi-million dollar sponsorship commitments and an entourage of friends, family, and handlers. Stewart gives up his championship title, and begins the battle to get it back. Riveting and entertaining, this season is one of the most revealing behind-the-scenes looks ever into professional motorsports.


“DECISION DAY 2022: A FOX SOCCER REPORT SPECIAL” – Beginning Wednesday, Dec. 1, (9:00 PM ET) and LIVE on Thursday, Dec. 2, (9:30 AM ET) Fox Soccer Channel provides extensive coverage of FIFA’s announcement of host nations for the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup™. With a focus on the United States’ bid to host its second-ever FIFA World Cup™, “Decision Day 2022: A Fox Soccer Report Special” includes the historic live announcement from FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, and reaction from around the world. Visit foxsoccer.com for exclusive preview stories and video content.

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