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NFL Games: What The H*ll? What's On When?


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I keep seeing posts and articles here and there with who's carrying what games and highlights when and where as far as NBC, CBS, ESPN, FOX and ABC are concerned... See the highlighted part of the below article from today... if NBC will have a one-hour long post or pregame show (however you want to look at at) will ESPN still be broadcasting Primetime (my fav) at 7:30 or so? Is Monday night still on ABC, I heard it was moved and moving to 8 or something? It's unfornunate that the all mighty dollar can screw-up the best days of the week... does anyone have actual info of all or any of the changes, times, and channels that are taking place (DMD, might make for a nice update :D ) Thanks.


NEW YORK (AP) - Cris Collinsworth will leave Fox to become a studio analyst and co-host of NBC's Sunday Night Football, which will begin during the 2006 NFL season.

It will be the second stint with NBC for Collinsworth, the former Cincinnati wide receiver, who was with the network from 1990-96.


Last season, Collinsworth was an analyst along with Troy Aikman on Fox's lead game telecast team with Joe Buck doing play-by-play. Collinsworth joined Fox in 1998 as a studio analyst and also has worked on HBO's "Inside the NFL."


He played for the Bengals from 1981-88.


Under its new contract with the NFL, NBC will have a one-hour studio show before the game telecast, which will start shortly after 8 p.m. on the East Coast

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DeezNuts, I think this was touched on in another thread a couple weeks ago. IIRC, NFL primetime has to go away due to contractual limitations. I think they are prohibited from showing highlights until after midnight EST on Sunday. You might want to search for NFL primetime... We're all bummed out too...

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