Your NFL Announcing Schedule Week Fifteen

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Here are your announcing crews for Week #15 in the NFL. Siragusa and Co. finally gets to leave the CITY of Philadelphia, but end up in St. Louis, and the winners of the week appear to be Gumbel and Dierdorf who get Jax-Pitt.

Here are the crews calling the games this weekend brought to your First Ladies of Football!

(P.S.- There's a special little interview coming tomorrow from one of the folks below. Let's see if you can guess who it is!)

Thursday - Denver at Houston, NFL-N - Tom Hammond, Cris Collinsworth
Saturday - Cincy at San Fran, NFL-N - Bryant Gumbel, Marshall Faulk, Deion Sanders
Sunday - Washington at New York Giants, NBC - Al Michaels, John Madden
Monday - Chicago at Minnesota, ESPN - Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski, Tony Kornheiser

1PM Games


NY Jets @ New England - Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Jacksonville @ Pittsburgh - Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Baltimore @ Miami - Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon
Buffalo @ Cleveland - Gus Johnson, Steve Tasker
Tennessee @ Kansas City - Ian Eagle, Solomon Wilcots


Green Bay @ St. Louis - Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Seattle @ Carolina - Dick Stockton, Brian Baldinger
Atlanta @ Tampa Bay - Matt Vasgersian, J.C. Pearson
Arizona @ New Orleans - Ron Pitts, Tony Boselli

4PM Games


Indianapolis @ Oakland - Dick Enberg, Randy Cross


Philadelphia @ Dallas - Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Detroit @ San Diego - Sam Rosen, Tim Ryan

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 4:07 PM


Wait, Nantz/Simms to Pats/Jets...cant wait for the Pats to grind the game down and win 14-0 just because everyone thinks they will run it up.

Anonymous said...
Dec 12, 2007, 4:49:00 PM  

I guess you can just pencil in Buck and Aikman every time the Cowboys play this year. And, yes, Detroit at San Diego will have more playoff impact than the Cowboys or Packers game. The Saints/Cardinals game is basically a playoff-elimination game. But the top two announcing teams must cover the Cowboys and Favre.

As for Nantz and Simms covering New England, you can't be surprised with that one either.

Anonymous said...
Dec 12, 2007, 4:55:00 PM  

anonymous, who deserves 2 weeks in a row of the Fox A team more, the Lions or Cowboys???

GMoney said...
Dec 12, 2007, 5:03:00 PM  

And an update, CBS moved the Pats/Fins game to 4:15 PM, so that means Nantz and Simms in all likelihood.....again! Good thing Seattle plays a CBS home game.

Mookie said...
Dec 12, 2007, 5:10:00 PM  

Just for grins, I'm hoping it's Gus Johnson.

Danny said...
Dec 12, 2007, 5:13:00 PM  

i'll guess it's tony boselli becuase you want to bore us to death.

Anonymous said...
Dec 12, 2007, 5:18:00 PM  

Given that Gus Johnson has been on a bunch of radio stations plugging his website and "fantasy pxp service," that will be my guess.

odessasteps said...
Dec 12, 2007, 5:33:00 PM  

I hope it's Phil Simms!

Dec 12, 2007, 6:10:00 PM  

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Sam said...
Dec 12, 2007, 6:58:00 PM  

Sam Rosen and bullethead Tim Ryan?!?

Anonymous said...
Dec 12, 2007, 7:33:00 PM  

That should read...

NY Jets @ New England - Brady Ass-sucker1, Brady Ass-sucker2

I hope it's Dierdorf, I think Michigan grads know how to use a computer...

Can't be Dick Stockton, I think he's been dead since Larry Bird was playing in the NBA.

hollywood wags said...
Dec 12, 2007, 7:35:00 PM  


The Lions deserve to be part of the Pat Summerall or Don Criqui Game-of-the-Week, every week until Matt Millen is fired, the Fords sell the team, or Hell freezes over, whichever comes first.

Rick James Bible Owner said...
Dec 12, 2007, 7:53:00 PM  

I think Cris Collinsworth wins this week by not having to work with Bryant Gumbel.

Gregg said...
Dec 12, 2007, 7:56:00 PM  

Tom Hammond is calling Thursday night's game?!? Will he use a mic stand like he uses for horse racing coverage?

I'm not surprised Nantz and Simms have the Patriots game. It's like college hoops - if Duke is involved, Nantz will call the game. Same thing with golf - If Tiger Woods is playing, and playing well, there won't be any mention of the competition throughout the broadcast. Just Tiger.

Being a Packers fan, and not a bandwagon jumper, I get the Albert, Moose and Goose show this Sunday.

Anonymous said...
Dec 13, 2007, 1:21:00 AM  

I feel this should be told to people, because I doubt many people even noticed it.

In the Week 13 game for the Browns against the Cards, Dan Dierdorf could barely contain himself about Kellen Winslow Jr., eventually deciding to let the world know that he has such "soft, supple hands."

In Week 14 for the Browns against the Jets, Randy Cross says the EXACT same thing about K2.

Now either there is some gross stuff happening in these pre-production meetings, or Randy Cross lost a bet or something, because they day you start ripping off Dan Dierdorf's lines, is the day you need to hang up the headset.

And in gloating news, I GET GUS JOHNSON ON SUNDAY!!!!!!! I couldn't be more thrilled with this turn of events. I can only hope this comes down to a time-out to ice a kicker in Ice Bowl conditions in which Gus Johnson gets so excited, he actually shatters the frozen press box window with his screaming.

And if you don't think this can actually happen, than you don't know Gus Johnson.

Mez said...
Dec 13, 2007, 10:02:00 AM  

Very happy Gus Johnston is doing the Browns/Bills game. Such a big game with playoff implications needs the best announcer. Awesome!

Anonymous said...
Dec 14, 2007, 9:33:00 AM  

No Gus for me this week, but I do get to listen to him next week; he calls the Kansas City-Detroit game.

Anonymous said...
Dec 15, 2007, 9:04:00 PM  

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