What You'll See On ESPN's Countdowns For Week Eight

Friday, October 26, 2007

Here's your look into what ESPN is putting on the Countdowns this Sunday and Monday. There's always a special segment or two.

Sunday NFL Countdown:

- Rachel Nichols reporting from London!
- How the Patriots Defense Has Linebackers over 30 years old!
- Soundtracks with Mike Tomlin!
- The Mayne Event is in London too!
- "Ten-year-old Jason Krause knows he has the perfect costume for Halloween, but who in the NFL is giving him “tricks” and who is giving him “treats?”" (Via ESPN PR)

Monday Night Countdown:

- Soundtracks with Brett Farve (who else?)
- A piece on Donald Driver done by Donald Driver
- Boiling Points with Parcells and Ditka
- Read and React with Parcells and Keyshawn


Sounds fun right? I can't wait for Kenny Mayne in London! Did you know in London that Football is actually Futbol?!?!?! Crazy right?


Will Berman imitate a British accent at any point in those shows?

How much will Kornhole talk about the game in England Monday night, ignoring the game on the field...

hollywood wags said...
Oct 26, 2007, 3:36:00 PM  

Jason Krause is worse than Emmitt Smith. There I said it.

WTF is up with the word verification now???

GMoney said...
Oct 26, 2007, 3:50:00 PM  

Sorry G. Had to turn it on because old posts were getting spammed like crazy. I'll turn it off in a few.

Oct 26, 2007, 3:54:00 PM  

Find out which Pokemon he will be going as this year!

Oct 26, 2007, 4:20:00 PM  

Stephen King will enlighten us about fear as well, I can't wait for that relevant segment.

Trevin Wagener said...
Oct 26, 2007, 7:34:00 PM  

Please leave Rachel Nichols permanently in London and have her take Jason Krause along for the ride. Why does Nichols have to put on that phony voice when she does a report. If you watched her E.60, she has one voice when she pitches a story and the other is her Weekly Reader voice. You remember back in grade school when girl who got the "A's" would get up and give her report on how Thanksgiving started.

Anonymous said...
Oct 27, 2007, 1:37:00 AM  

The 26ft animatronic Jason Taylor makes less grammatical errors than Emmitt Smith. The robot would be a vast improvement.

Anonymous said...
Oct 27, 2007, 1:41:00 AM  

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