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PFF's Mike Renner discusses the current favorites to win both offensive and defensive rookie of the year awards. Also on this episode, segments, movie club review, and Mike chats with Broadcaster and PFF owner, Cris Collinsworth. Speakpipes: https://www.speakpipe.com/TalkinBall
In today's episode Kay Adams welcomes Cris Collinsworth to talk Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals, Jimmy Garappolo and the San Francisco 49ers, and the iconic Collinsworth Slide. Kay also brings in Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson to talk about his role on the eagles and the dominant play by some of his teammates like Jalen Hurts, Darius Slay, and A.J. Brown.
Episode 240 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is a conversation with Boston Globe sports media writer Chad Finn and Deitsch on the first week of NFL broadcasting. In this podcast, we offer our thoughts on Joe Buck and Troy Aikman's ESPN regular-season debut; Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen's first game as Fox's top NFL team; Ian Eagle and Charles Davis; Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth, Greg Gumbel and Adam Archuleta and what we anticipate from Amazon's first game. We also discuss Amazon viewership potential. That conversation is followed by Alex Flanagan, who is the senior vice president, partner, and agent for The Familie Sports Marketing and Talent Agency. Flanagan discusses her fascinating transition from working as a broadcaster for NBC, the NFL Network and ESPN to becoming a talent agent; how and why the transition happened; how she ended up joining The Familie agency; what her current job is; the challenge of building a talent base; representing Kimberley A. Martin, Britt Ghiroli and Sloane Martin among other clients; her personal experience with agents; what she hopes to do heading forward and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 2: Brian Daboll tried to explain why Kadarius Toney wasn't used as much and Boomer thinks something is going on. He was only in on 7 snaps the entire game. We also took some calls from Giants fans. Jerry returns for an update and starts with the Giants win over the Titan. Brian Daboll talks about Daniel Jones and Daniel Jones talks about Saquon Barkley. The Jets lost to the Ravens as Lamar Jackson threw 3 TDs. The Bucs beat the Cowboys Sunday night. Dak Prescott hurt his hand and needs surgery. Will be out 6-8 weeks. Cris Collinsworth had a terrible voice last night. Mike McDaniel got his first win when the Fins beat the Patriots. The Chiefs blew out the Cardinals as Patrick Mahomes threw 5 TDs. WR Justin Jefferson had a great day for the Vikings as they beat the Packers. The Mets took 2-of-3 from the Marlilns over the weekend. And the Yankees took 2-of-3 from the Rays. Albert Pujols hit HR #697. In the final segment of the hour, the Baker Mayfield revenge game didn't go as planned. We also took calls from Giants fans reacting to yesterday's game. Lena from Lake Grove calls in for the first time in years. She is fired up about the Giants.
All Mike wants is to see Jessica's Notre Dame tears, but he somehow ends up belligerently defending UM attendance…again. Are young people just too nihilistic to be upset over football? Plus, betting the home underdog, the craziness of AP poll rankings, Cris Collinsworth's Flu Game, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio were impressed with three things Brian Daboll did yesterday in the Giants' win over the Titans. The Jets looked like they always do, not good. Boomer thought a lot of players and teams around the league looked like they haven't played together, mainly because they didn't play together in preseason. Jets fans were chanting for Mike White. Boomer & Bill Cowher got into it about the Steelers on the NFL Today. Ja'Marr Chase's non-TD that actually was a TD should have been reviewed but for some reason the Bengals rushed a play instead. Jerry is here for his first update and Boomer tells him the Cowboys season is over with Dak Prescott's hand injury. He will be out 6-8 weeks. Jerry has play by play from the Giants win against the Titans. The Jets couldn't get anything going offensively. Bucs beat the Cowboys last night and only 1 TD was scored. Dak Prescott needs thumb surgery. The Bengals missed and extra point which would have won the game. The Vikings are back! They beat the Packers 23-7. Tyreek Hill says Coach Mike McDaniel needs a wheelbarrow to his nuts. And John Sterling has a HR call for Oswaldo Cabrera that Jerry doesn't care for. In the final segment of the hour, Gio wonders why Kadarius Toney isn't used more. Hour 2: Brian Daboll tried to explain why Kadarius Toney wasn't used as much and Boomer thinks something is going on. He was only in on 7 snaps the entire game. We also took some calls from Giants fans. Jerry returns for an update and starts with the Giants win over the Titans. Brian Daboll talks about Daniel Jones and Daniel Jones talks about Saquon Barkley. The Jets lost to the Ravens as Lamar Jackson threw 3 TDs. The Bucs beat the Cowboys Sunday night. Dak Prescott hurt his hand and needs surgery. Will be out 6-8 weeks. Cris Collinsworth had a terrible voice last night. Mike McDaniel got his first win when the Fins beat the Patriots. The Chiefs blew out the Cardinals as Patrick Mahomes threw 5 TDs. WR Justin Jefferson had a great day for the Vikings as they beat the Packers. The Mets took 2-of-3 from the Marlins over the weekend. And the Yankees took 2-of-3 from the Rays. Albert Pujols hit HR #697. In the final segment of the hour, the Baker Mayfield revenge game didn't go as planned. We also took calls from Giants fans reacting to yesterday's game. Lena from Lake Grove calls in for the first time in years. She is fired up about the Giants. Hour 3: Lamar Jackson reportedly turned down a $250 offer from the Ravens because it was not fully guaranteed. Boomer says we are going to see a $75 million a year QB. Jerry returns for an update but first we go over our NFL picks from Friday. The Giants beat the Titans and Jerry has some play by play clips. Jerry has audio from around the NFL from Sunday. The field in Chicago was a mess due to heavy rains. The Mariners did us a favor and beat the Braves. In the final segment of the hour, Boomer has a lot of Jets historical stats and they are not good. Is there any chance the Jets go back to Mike White? Hour 4: Russell Wilson and the Broncos take on the Seahawks tonight. We take calls on the Giants' win. Boomer was happy for Saquon Barkley. We also take calls from angry Jets fans. Jerry returns for his final update of the day, but first Boomer says Sean Payton is on the way to take that Cowboys job soon. Dak Prescott injured his hand and needs surgery and is out 6-8 weeks. Rob Saleh talks about the Jets terrible offense. The Giants went for 2 in the final 1:06 of the game and it paid off. Saquon Barkley had a great day. Mike Tomlin knew the Steelers wouldn't quit. Gio says Shaun Morash is desperate for attention. Geno Smith is psyched to be a starting QB in Seattle. The Yanks beat the Rays and Gleyber Torres had 2 HRs. The Mets have now one two straight series on the road and Buck Showalter is happy about that. Albert Pujols hit HR #697. In the final segment of the show, Boomer wonders how the Emergency Alert System actually works. A caller wants to know why Zach Wilson is watching from a luxury suite instead of being on the sideline with his teammates.
Ben opens up the show with Arash Madani who helps to determine if Ben sounds better or worse than Cris Collinsworth after losing his voice over the weekend. From the NFL to the massive series with the Rays. Arash still not sure what the Jays are about. Then over to the US Open and how great Carlos Alcaraz can be after his first major win. Later (28:00) we speak to Peter King from NBC Sports who will join us every Monday. Peter goes through the Dak Prescott injury and if the Cowboys have a real shot at Jimmy G. In Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers demands more of his teammates and there is a legit reason for the Bengals to be worried. Finally, the weapons are different but Patrick Mahomes looks just as good as he ever has. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
AWadd talks about an ice cream bar called "Not Fried Chicken" and Cris Collinsworth not sounding like himself on Sunday Night Football. Later, in University Drive, Adam is joined by Jacquie Franciulli of Wahoos247, Ed Lane of the Fast Lane in Lynchburg and Noah Fleischman of the Daily News-Record to recap the weekends in football for UVA, Virginia Tech and JMU, respectively. David Harrison of the Locked On Commanders podcast and ABC 7 News' Scott Abraham then join the show to recap Washington's Week 1 victory over the Jaguars, bright spots from the matchup and how Carson Wentz fared at quarterback in his first regular-season game with the team.
9/12/22 Hour 1 0:00 - In the Sports App, AWadd discusses Anthony Edwards getting flak for a social media post, Albert Pujols continuing to chase 700 homers and Carlos Alcaraz's U.S. Open victory. 13:30 - Adam talks about an ice cream bar called "Not Fried Chicken" and Cris Collinsworth not sounding like himself on Sunday Night Football. 22:15 - NBC Sports Washington's Ethan Cadeaux calls in to break down the Commanders' victory over the Jaguars on Sunday and starting the season out 1-0. 34:30 - In NFL Hits, Epstein and producer Adam Cheek recap all the action from the first Sunday of the football season, including the Cowboys' Sunday night loss to the Buccaneers, the Chargers beating the Raiders and whether Saquon Barkley is back after the Giants' win over the Titans.
Part One of the Good Morning Football Podcast begins with the Bills impressive Opening Night victory over the Rams. Hosts Jamie Erdahl, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager, and Super Bowl Champion Jason McCourty preview some of the best Week 1 matchtups before Peter tackles his Top 5 Burning Questions for this season. The table offers WR-RB combos they expect to have the best Fantasy performances. Kyle explains why the Bills performance should be scary for the rest of the league. We wrap up with updates on WR Michael Thomas and the contract talks for QB Lamar Jackson. Stay tuned for Part Two! The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hosts Michael Barr, Scarlet Fu and Damian Sassower are joined by NBC Sunday Night Football Lead Game Analyst Cris Collinsworth to preview the NFL season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Thursday, September 8, primetime television's Number 1 show for an unprecedented 11 consecutive seasons with a record 11 Emmys for Outstanding Live Sports Series – "Sunday Night Football" on NBC and Peacock -- will return with a new look to kick off the NFL season. Coordinating producer Rob Hyland, play-by-play announcer Mike Tirico, and sideline reporter Melissa Stark respectively replace Fred Gaudelli, Al Michaels, and Michele Tafoya. The new trio and returning analyst Cris Collinsworth say they already feel like they've been together for a while. The "Sunday Night Football" pregame show, "Football Night in America," also received a facelift with host Maria Taylor leading new analysts, former Cowboys quarterback and head coach Jason Garrett, and fantasy football expert, Matthew Berry, as they join returning analysts Tony Dungy and Chris Simms. Hear from all five as they evolve the most-watched studio show in sports while staying true to their mission.
How many total touchdowns will Tyler Buchner account for this season, what will Marcus Freeman do if he wins the coin toss, ND is still a big underdog, UNLV's turnover slot machine, Desmond Howard's crazy CFP picks, and is Cris Collinsworth throwing shade? They're all topics on today's Rapid Fire from IB Nation Sports Talk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Steve Palazzolo is a former pro baseball pitcher who is currently a senior analyst with Pro Football Focus, a football analytics website. He played his college baseball at UMass-Lowell and wasn't drafted, but signed to play independent-league ball with the Florence Freedom in Kentucky. He was able to turn that opportunity into an eight-year pro baseball career that saw him reach as high as Triple-A with the Brewers, Giants and Mariners organizations. After his baseball career came to an end in 2011, he pursued his passion to work in pro football, joining Cris Collinsworth and the team from Pro Football Focus. Palazzolo currently lives in Cincinnati with his wife and four children, and serves in the local church and with a local addiction program called “Heritage House.” Steve is an Executive Producer on a new project called "Hope is Here" that you can watch here. On today's podcast, we talk to Palazzolo about the 2022 NFL season, looking back at the NFL offseason, the team he thinks will take a leap and the team he thinks will regress. We also dive deep into his work with the Heritage House and a new documentary focused on those who are struggling in addiction and the power of the Gospel to help heal men. Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
Bryan is joined by NBC's Cris Collinsworth to discuss his three-decade career as an analyst and announcer. They reflect on Collinsworth's time playing for the Cincinnati Bengals, discuss what it was like calling the 2022 Super Bowl, touch on his relationship with the late John Madden, and later dive into the biggest differences between calling a game in the '90s versus today, and weigh in on who could be the next best announcer. Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Cris Collinsworth Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Matt is off this week but the show must go on... even if it's late! We're talking 1982 Topps Football Rookie Cards. This set includes rookie cards of Lawrence Taylor, Ronnie Lott, Anthony Munoz, Cris Collinsworth, and many more.
Charles Barkley's dalliance with the LIV Golf tour and the NFL's launch of its NFL+ streaming service are two of the big topics discussed by Andrew Marchand and John Ourand this week. The two also talk about the NFL's Sunday Ticket negotiations, the NFL announcers that bring the most intrigue and MLB's mid-season report card. Legendary sports media producer and executive David Hill is this week's Big Get. He talks about LIV Golf's productions and why Formula 1 has become popular in the U.S. Hill also discusses his 22 year career at Fox Sports where he earned a reputation as one of the business' most innovative producers, overseeing production of Super Bowls, World Series, Stanley Cup Finals and BCS Championships. Mentioned on this week's pod: Charles Barkley, Donald Trump, Rod Studd, Mark Silverman, Larry Jones, Jason Benetti, Karl Ravech, Boog Sciambi, Joe Davis, Joe Buck, Adam Amin, Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, Nick Khan, Bruce Springsteen, Dan Patrick, Tony Romo, Troy Aikman, Mark Cuban, Michael Wilbon, Bryant Gumbel, Greg Gumbel, Ahmad Rashad, Joe Biden, Jim Dolan, Greg Norman, Roger Goodell, Brian Rolapp, Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit, Kevin Burkharst, Greg Olsen, Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, Tom Brady, Bob Costas, Jim Kaat, Will Staeger, James Watson, David Feherty, John Madden, Arlo White, Chase Carey, Ross Brawn, Bernie Ecclestone, James Gay-Reese, Stefano Domenicali, Tim McCarver, Murray Walker, Richie Benaud, Sean McDonough, Will McDonough, Jimmy Johnson, Howie Long, Terry Bradshaw, Rudy Martzke, Stan Honey, Paul Tagliabue, Eric Shanks, Barry Hearn, Annie Hill, Sydney McLaughlin, Leigh Diffey, Lindsey Adler, Aroldis Chapman, Anthony Santander Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pro Football Focus owner and co-host of NBC's Sunday Night Football, Cris Collinsworth joins the Ari Meirov NFL Show to discuss some league-wide expectations for some of the NFL's younger quarterbacks and wide receivers in 2022. Also, the guys discuss expectations for Sunday Night Football this upcoming season.
Lindsay's joined by prolific sports broadcaster Mike Tirico on this week's edition of "The NFL Rhodes Show." In the wide ranging conversation, they get into how he prepares for the myriad sports he calls, what he sees as the role of the broadcaster, how gambling is changing how they call games, incorporating analytics into the broadcast and much more. Plus...as he takes the reigns of Sunday Night Football, is the Cris Collinsworth Slide coming back?
Big Ten and MLS rights deals should have been done by Memorial Day. Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discuss where those deals stand and what viewers should expect. Other topics include NBA Finals preview, on-air roles for Magic Johnson and CJ McCollum, the next generation of NFL broadcasters, and future plans for NFL+. Podcast mentions go to Anish Shroff, Jimmy Pitaro, Greg Olsen, Kevin Burkhardt, Tom Brady, Derek Jeter, Michael Jordan, Tom Verducci, Chris Mason, Arlo White, Peter Drury, Ted Lasso, David Zaslav, Grant Wahl, Tim Cook, Brian Rolapp, LeBron James, Steph Curry, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jeff Van Gundy, Mike Breen, Magic Johnson, Dave Roberts, Michael Wilbon. Stephen A. Smith, Jalen Rose, CJ McCollum, Draymond Green, Herb “Papa Clicker” Marchand, Boomer Esiason, Tony Romo, Jason Witten, Drew Brees, Mike Tomlin, Sean McVay, Aaron Rodgers, Travis Kelce, Bill Belichick, Philip Rivers, Russell Wilson, Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty, Kyle Van Noy, Troy Aikman, Cris Collinsworth, Charles Davis, Ian Eagle, Mark Schlereth, Bob Wischusen, Phil Mushnick, Ben Fischer, Dave Ryan, Zach Shaw. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We welcome back Cris Collinsworth to In The Trenches with Dave Lapham, presented by First Star Logistics. One of the most prominent authorities on the NFL, Collinsworth brings his vast knowledge of the game, especially when it comes to the Cincinnati Bengals, to discuss everything from his ownership of Pro Football Focus to working on NBC Sunday Night Football, the Bengals draft and newest additions vie free agency. Collinsworth also answers the question as to why someone accused him of not liking Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow and much more.
On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about the news that Monday Night Football games will be able to be flexed this next weeks 14-18, and all the biggest news across the sports landscape as they also make way for three great guests. First Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer, 3x All-Star, 12 year MLB veteran, host of The Mayor's Office, and MLB Network analyst, The Mayor, Sean Casey joins the show to chat about why the Pirates stink, a rundown of where baseball is at right now in the season, how much impact the juiced balls will have, some great stories about Jim Leyland, and more (15:19-31:43). Next, 8 year NFL veteran at WR, 3x All-Pro, 3x Pro Bowler, Color Commentator for Sunday Night Football and the owner of PFF, Cris Collinsworth joins the progrum to chat about the new booth for Sunday Night Football, if he expected PFF to take off the way it has, what it was like playing WR in the NFL when he did, and much more in an incredible conversation (57:32-1:18:34). Later, one of the greatest comedians of all-time, ahead of his upcoming tour Slight Return, the legend, Bill Burr joins the progrum to chat about his upcoming special, his tour, playing at Fenway, his current movie that he's writing, directing, and acting in, and much more (1:18:36-1:52:38). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show, and listen on Sirius XM Channel 82, Mad Dog Radio. We appreciate the hell out of all you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
HOUR 2 - Seth and Sean get to the games they didn't in the previous segment about the Texans schedule, discuss how well the Astros have done since Jose Altuve has come back, dive into some of what Cris Collinsworth had to say about Tom Brady going into broadcasting, and do Headlines.
Fox Sports surprising move to sign Tom Brady as its top NFL game analyst – even before he has finished his playing career – is the main topic on this week's podcast. Andrew Marchand and John Ourand tackle this topic from all angles, including how this move affects other NFL analysts like Greg Olsen and Drew Brees. They also try to make sense of Brady's huge $37.5 million per year contract. Shoutouts this episode go to Brady, Kevin Burkhardt, Eric Shanks, Troy Aikman, Joe Buck, Eric Shanks, Brees, Cris Collinsworth, Tony Romo, Kirk Herbstreit, Olsen, Chris Russo, Peyton Manning, LeBron James, Joe Tessitore, Booger McFarland, Jason Witten, Steve Levy, Louis Riddick, Brian Griese, Andrew Fegyveresi, Acie Wyatt, Jason Benetti, Michael Nathanson, Greg Norman, Joe Montana, Jim Nantz, Mike Tirico, John Madden, Larry Collmus.
23-year old Cris Collinsworth as guest host for Bob Trumpy on Sports Talk January 28, 1983. He had just completed his 2nd season as Bengals lost to Jets 44-17 in the playoffs. He takes calls and talks with Jeff Ruby about the race horse they just purchased.
Great insight from Bengals coach Forrest Gregg into then potential draft prospects Cris Collinsworth and David Verser + roster comments about Ken Anderson, Archie Griffin and potentially moving their training camp.
Football carries the week, as Andrew Marchand and John Ourand go deep on NBC's surprise decision to hire Melissa Stark as its “Sunday Night Football” sideline reporter; give an update on where Fox stands in terms of naming their top NFL talent; and reviews the USFL's opening weekend. Marchand and Ourand discuss the Big Ten's next media rights deal, compare Apple and Peacock's strategies with MLB and check in with ESPN's K-Rod booth. Podcast shoutouts this week: Melissa Stark, Chris Ripley, Burke Magnus, David Berson, Jon Miller, Kathryn Tappen, Al Michaels, Mike Tirico, Drew Brees, Cris Collinsworth, Greg Olsen, Joe Buck, Kevin Burkhardt, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Tony Romo, John Madden, Troy Aikman, Joe Davis, Mark Sanchez, Jon Vilma, Brad Zager, Eric Shanks, Ted Lasso, Katie Nolan, Alex Sherman, Tripp Mickle, Tim Cook, Steve Jobs, Fred Gaudelli, Kirk Herbstreit, Alex Rodriguez, Michael Kay, Chris Russo, John Sterling, Suzyn Waldman, Matt Vasgergian, Mike Breen, Chris Carrino, Ryan Ruocco, Richard Jefferson, Mike Greenberg, Stephen A. Smith, Scott Lauer, Scott Matthews See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday New York Yankees 4, Detroit Tigers 2 Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Guardians, PPD Tampa Bay Rays 6, Chicago Cubs 5 Yankees 4, Tigers 2 – Cole gets career-low 5 outs, pen leads Yanks over Tigers 4-2 Gerrit Cole lasted a career-low 1 2/3 innings, and Clarke Schmidt combined with four relievers to pitch three-hit shutout ball and lead the New York Yankees over the Detroit Tigers 4-2 in a series opener. Cole matched his career high of five walks and allowed two runs and one hit, throwing just 37 of 68 pitches for strikes. Starting the third season of a $324 million, nine-year contract, the 31-year-old right-hander has a 6.35 ERA in three starts and has pitched into the sixth inning just once. Detroit's Miguel Cabrera singled off Cole leading off the second, his 2,996th hit. White Sox at Guardians, PPD – White Sox, Guardians postponed again, doubleheader Wednesday For the second straight day, the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Guardians have been postponed by inclement weather and unplayable conditions. The game will be made up as part of a traditional doubleheader Wednesday, starting at 2:10 p.m. Monday's postponement will be played as part of a doubleheader on July 12. Rays 6, Cubs 5 – Franco homers in Wrigley debut, Rays beat Cubs 6-5 Wander Franco hit his first homer of the season, a two-run drive to left-center in the third inning, and the Tampa Bay Rays held on to beat the Chicago Cubs 6-5. Cubs rookie Seiya Suzuki drew three walks but his nine-game hitting streak came to an end. That left him tied with Akinori Iwamura for the longest hitting streak by a Japanese-born player to start a career. Playing at Wrigley Field for the first time, Franco finished 3-for-5, including the homer that put the Rays ahead 3-0. Tampa Bay reliever Josh Fleming got the win. Andrew Kittredge retired the final 6 batters for his 2nd save. Today Chicago White Sox (Keuchel 1-0) at Cleveland (Bieber 0-0), 2:10 p.m. – Game 1 Chicago White Sox (Lambert 0-1) at Cleveland (McKenzie 0-1), 5:40 p.m. – Game 2 N.Y. Yankees (Severino 1-0) at Detroit (Rodriguez 0-1), 6:40 p.m. WSJM/WCSY 6:20 Tampa Bay (Rasmussen 0-1) at Chicago Cubs (Stroman 0-1), 7:40 p.m. NBA – National Basketball Association – 2022 NBA Playoffs – First Round Yesterday Miami Heat 115, Atlanta Hawks 105 (MIA Leads 2-0) Memphis Grizzlies 124, Minnesota Timberwolves 96 (Series Tied 1-1) New Orleans Pelicans 125, Phoenix Suns 114 (Series Tied 1-1) Tonight Brooklyn Nets at Boston Celtics, 7:00 p.m. (BOS Leads 1-0) Philadelphia 76ers at Toronto Raptors, 8:00 p.m. (PHI Leads 2-0) Chicago Bulls at Milwaukee Bucks, 9:30 p.m. (MIL Leads 1-0) NHL – National Hockey League Last Night Detroit Red Wings 4, Tampa Bay Lightning 3 Red Wings 4, Lightning 3 – Vrana, Greiss lead Red Wings to 4-3 win over Tampa Bay Jakub Vrana had two goals, including the tiebreaking score in the third period, to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-3 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Red Wings beat Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy for the first time in 14 career games. Lucas Raymond and Oskar Sundqvist also scored for Detroit. Thomas Greiss stopped 38 shots. Lightning captain Steven Stamkos finished with three assists. He tied Marty St. Louis for the franchise record for career points at 953. Ross Colton scored twice and Nikita Kucherov added his 19th of the season for Tampa Bay. Vasilevskiy finished with 27 saves. Tonight Chicago Blackhawks at Arizona Coyotes, 10:00 p.m. NFL – Tirico, Collinsworth and Stark to do 'Sunday Night Football' NBC Sports revealed its new “Sunday Night Football” announcing team with analyst Cris Collinsworth returning and being joined by Mike Tirico in the booth and Melissa Stark on the sidel...
Dave and Bob break down where the Mariners currently stack up compared to other top teams around baseball and if this Opening Day roster is a playoff-caliber team. Plus, a new Seahawk explains the reasons to be excited about the team's new defense. Later, the guys discuss why they aren't surprised by one thing they heard from Cris Collinsworth. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ken and Lima discussed Cris Collinsworth's comments about Baker Mayfield. Collinsworth mentioned how NFL QBs in the future will shut it down if their hurt badly instead of sticking it out like Baker whom cost himself millions of dollars. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App!
Jonathan Peterlin and Dustin Fox react to Baker Mayfield's plans to join a podcast, more Cris Collinsworth comments about whether he could still suit up for the Browns.
In der neuen Folge des „NFL Boulevard“ stellen euch Kucze und Lennart die bekanntesten US-TV-Kommentaren aus der NFL vor: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Jim Nantz, Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth & Co. In der NFL war nicht nur auf dem Spieler-Transfermarkt viel los in den vergangenen Tagen. Auch unter den TV-Kommentatoren gab es ein kräftiges Stühlerücken. So sind beispielsweise Joe Buck und Troy Aikman nach 20 gemeinsamen Jahren bei Fox Sports nun zu ESPN gegangen. Und auch Reporter-Legende Al Michaels wechselt den Sender und sitzt künftig für Amazon am Mikro.
Sports with Rod 3-22-2022 …Matt Ryan's Wife quoted Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller after her husband was traded …Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth have broke up …he was traded 8 months after he was traded
It's the "Whatever It Takes" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast with Bengals great Cris Collinsworth wishing he were as cool as Joe Burrow and Dave Lapham on the challenge of blocking the Rams pass rushing duo of Aaron Donald and Von Miller. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the latest edition of the Good Morning Football Podcast, hosts Kay Adams, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager and Fmr NFL DB DeAngelo Hall discuss Super Bowl Week getting started and the atmosphere in Los Angeles. After a Pro Bowl recap, we explore how Super Bowl experience and a win could take Joe Burrow from being a star to a superstar. We go in-depth on the Dolphins hiring 49ers OC Mike McDaniel as their new head coach and discuss if 'Dream Teams' could be the next trend in the NFL. After listening into Joe Burrow's press conference, we wrap up with NBC's Cris Collinsworth who talks about calling the game and a possible Bengals victory! The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jay and Angel wonder just what the hell Pro Football Focus actually does to rank things, and potentially start a feud with Cris Collinsworth. They also deep dive into the NFL playoff matchups for the weekend and how they see the weekend shaking out. Theres plenty going on in the sports world- so the guys also crown their "King of the Week" and fix baseballs attendance issues, potentially developing a partnership with ARod. Finally there are the picks of the week. Be sure to like, share, subscribe, rate, and review, and tell us if you want a seat on the roller coaster! *there is no current financial, legal, or intellectual partnership with Money Back Guarantee* and ARod. But he knows where to find us (@money_back_podcast on Instagram) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In the latest edition of the Good Morning Football Podcast, hosts Kay Adams, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager, and Hall of Famer Cris Carter explore the tension between Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, and the MVP voters. Then they discuss how the San Francisco 49ers can defeat the Los Angeles Rams; Cris Carter explains why Ja'Marr Chase has been a better rookie wide receiver than Randy Moss; and lastly, they're joined by NBC's Cris Collinsworth for his thoughts on Joe Burrow, Ja'Marr Chase and the Cincinnati Bengals. The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Ryan O’Leary (@RyanO_Leary) and Bears Wire Managing Editor Alyssa Barbieri (@AlyssaBarbieri) discuss Chicago’s second-half collapse at Green Bay and look ahead to what will be a fascinating search for the team’s next head coach in 2022. Other topics include Cris Collinsworth and the SNF broadcast, Teven Jenkins’ debut and a Bears-Vikings preview with picks against the spread.
On Episode 93, Sam and Jack are joined by NBC's Sideline Reporter for Sunday Night Football, Michele Tafoya. Michele details how she got into journalism and broadcasting, the sacrifices and commitments she's had to make to excel in the industry as well as some of her positions before NBC. Michele gives us a detailed example of what a typical week of preparation for SNF looks like, what her learning experiences as a sideline reporter included, as well as her most rewarding moments in her career thus far. She talks about getting bye weeks for one of the first times, rewatching herself after every broadcast and the most enjoyable moments of working with Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth and why they've been the #1 show on primetime for a decade running.
This failing student had an absent father, alcoholic mother, brushes with Jersey mobsters and was homeless at 15. His college band opened and closed for Sly and The Family Stone. Years later, he lost 20% of his brain, was in a coma and near death as his restaurant empire was expanding. While Jeff Ruby's story begins in New Jersey, his story ultimately belongs to Cincinnati. Appearances by: Pete Rose, Cris Collinsworth and Bootsy Collins. Additional resources. Jeff Ruby's book, "Not Counting Tomorrow." Britney Ruby Miller's book, "5-Star Life." PROHFILES is a Wessler Media original podcast on the Evergreen Podcasts Network.
One close brush with death follows another for Jeff Ruby. His second restaurant has people talking for all the wrong reasons. While he's kicked out some guests in the past, it's what he did in 2007 that made national headlines. Appearances by: Pete Rose, Cris Collinsworth and Bootsy Collins. Additional resources. Jeff Ruby's book, "Not Counting Tomorrow." Britney Ruby Miller's book, "5-Star Life." PROHFILES is a Wessler Media original podcast on the Evergreen Podcasts Network.
Bruce Arians celebrates a Buccaneers victory with a premium cigar, our new Cigar Dave Podcast Format, Jon Gruden taken down by the NFL so should Cris Collinsworth be cancelled too, Daniel Craig as pussified James Bond, Merck continues to push Chinese Communist Party Wuhan Virus medicine that costs more despite worse results, 'Biden Butt' is the new syndrome from the virus and my conversation with Abe Flores, founder of PDR Cigars.
IT'S CHIEFS WEEK, BILLSMAFIA!!!! Brett Kollmann of "The Bootleg Football Podcast" & "The Film Room" joins us for our preview of the Bills huge matchup with the Chiefs on SNF! Together we look at: