Your NFL Announcing Schedule: Week Five

Wednesday, October 03, 2007


Here are your Week #5 Announcing Assignments for CBS and Fox brought to you by the lovely Houston Texans' Cheerleaders. If you're like me and can't wait for Chris Meyers to be a lead PbPer raise your hand! No one?

1PM Games:

CBS

Cleveland @ New England - Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
NY Jets @ NY Giants - Dick Enberg, Randy Cross
Miami @ Houston - Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon
Jacksonville @ Kansas City - Gus Johnson, Steve Tasker

FOX

Seattle @ Pittsburgh - Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Carolina @ New Orleans - Chris Myers, Brian Baldinger
Detroit @ Washington - Sam Rosen, Tim Ryan
Arizona @ St. Louis - Matt Vasgersian, J.C. Pearson
Atlanta @ Tennessee - Ron Pitts, Tony Boselli

4PM Games:

CBS

San Diego @ Denver - Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Baltimore @ San Francisco - Ian Eagle, Solomon Wilcots

FOX

Tampa Bay @ Indianapolis - Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 2:30 PM

10 Comments:

Good job to Fox taking the #1 crew to Pittsburgh (instead of Washington, which I suspect they played with).

That decision is as good as last week's Cowboys decision was bad.

Anonymous said...
Oct 3, 2007, 2:58:00 PM  

While I agree with that Anon....I'm much happier watching Rosen and Ryan over Buck and Aikman.

Not only that but Washington got the #3 team.

Oct 3, 2007, 3:06:00 PM  

sorry, but this just reminded me of my forgotten favorite moment from last week: The studio update person referring to Dick Stockton and Brian Baldinger (announcing Lions-Bears) as "Dick & Baldy".

matt said...
Oct 3, 2007, 3:08:00 PM  

There's no reason to inflict Stiller fans with Joe Buck.

I guess I'll be piping in Tunch and Hillgrove.

hollywood wags said...
Oct 3, 2007, 3:15:00 PM  

Boo fucking hoo, NFC East haters.

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

I don't hate the NFC East. I just don't think that the Cowboys bitch-slapping a winless team without Steven Jackson and Orlando Pace, and with a quarterback with broken ribs deserves the #1.

I would have been critical of the decision to go with that game even if the Packers were killing them instead of the Cowboys.

Anonymous said...
Oct 3, 2007, 3:57:00 PM  

Hey AA: got tihs in the old email.

So where did the rumor start in the blogosphere to cause ESPN to put this out?




Matt Maiocco, of The Santa Rosa Press Democrat, reports the San Francisco 49ers are disputing an ESPN report that stated QB Alex D. Smith (shoulder) will see Dr. James Andrews for a second opinion, and that he will have surgery if the initial diagnosis is confirmed. "The only thing that's right is that we're sending the lab results to Dr. Andrews. I don't know who talked to him, but it wasn't right," 49ers director of public relations Aaron Salkin said. The team is sending the lab results to Dr. Andrews because they want him to examine them and offer an opinion.

hollywood wags said...
Oct 3, 2007, 3:59:00 PM  

Matt's going to St. Louis? Will there be an El Camino protest drive to the Dome?

Michael (Long Island) said...
Oct 3, 2007, 4:04:00 PM  

lets hope no one in st. louis tries to beat up matty

Anonymous said...
Oct 3, 2007, 4:56:00 PM  

Why'd Smith go and see Dr Andrews, who's too busy with John Cena at the moment.

Anonymous said...
Oct 4, 2007, 3:32:00 PM  

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