“If the playoffs started right now, no team would want to play the Denver Broncos.” – Marshall Faulk on the Denver Broncos. Quotable from Week 11 Editions of ‘NFL GameDay Highlights’ & ‘NFL GameDay Final’ on NFL Network

Week 11 (11/18/12) – Quotable from

NFL GameDay Highlights & NFL GameDay Final on NFL Network

(Sundays at 7:30 & 11:30 PM ET)

 “If the playoffs started right now, no team would want to play the Denver Broncos.” – Marshall Faulk on the Denver Broncos who have won six of their last seven games

“He is turning into a super star. He reminds me of the late Derrick Thomas.” – Deion Sanders on Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller who had seven tackles and three sacks in the Broncos 30-23 victory over the San Diego Chargers

“Josh Freeman has stepped his game up to another level.” – Deion Sanders on Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman who has led the Buccaneers to five wins in their last six games

“The best safety tandem in the NFL is Bernard Pollard and Ed Reed.” – Deion Sanders on the Baltimore Ravens two safeties who are in their second year playing together

“Ozzie Newsome is one of the best in the business. The Ravens suffer injuries and it is always ‘next man up.’ Every year they have a shot [to succeed].” – Deion Sanders on the Baltimore Ravens general manger Ozzie Newsome who has been in that position since 2002

“He is the next wide receiver that is going to get a big time contract.” Michael Irvin on Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J Green who has had a touchdown in nine consecutive games

“There is no way you can have that much talent and play that atrociously.” Deion Sanders on his perceived lack of effort by Philadelphia Eagles defense

“Their quarterback can have a bad day and they can find a way to win.” – Marshall Faulk on what the Atlanta Falcons proved in their 23-19 win over the Arizona Cardinals when their quarterback Matt Ryan had five interceptions

“The Falcons need to be able to run the ball when everyone in the stadium knows you are going to run the ball.” – Steve Mariucci on the Atlanta Falcons’ potential fatal flaw. The Falcons had 58 yards rushing on 24 attempts in their victory over the Arizona Cardinals

“They are sacrificing sacks for the chance to score [long] touchdowns.” – Marshall Faulk on the Dallas Cowboys’ offensive approach which includes long developing pass plays and double moves with wide receiver Dez Bryant. The Cowboys allowed seven sacks in their 23-20 victory over the Cleveland Browns


On NFL.com the following video clips from NFL GameDay Final are available for viewing:

Are the Ravens a title contender? The NFL GameDay Final crew breaks down the Baltimore Ravens win over the Pittsburgh Steelers and debate whether or not the Ravens are a true contender:


Faulk: Gronkowski and Hernandez are interchangeableMarshall Faulk doesn’t see Rob Gronkowski’s absence as a big problem for the New England Patriots because of Aaron Hernandez’s presence. Watch to see if the NFL GameDay Final crew agrees:


Are the Packers the team to beat? – Are the Green Bay Packers the team to beat in the NFL? The NFL GameDay Final crew explains why they have been so successful despite having so many injured players:


Are the Buccaneers going to make the playoffs? Can the Tampa Bay Buccaneers snag one of the wild card sports and sneak into the playoffs? Find out if the NFL GameDay Final crew thinks QB Josh Freeman has what it takes to lead his team to the playoffs:


Week 11: GameDay Express ­­– All aboard the NFL GameDay Express as it travels throughout the NFL to recap all the action that you may have missed in Week 11:


Have the Eagles players quit? Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, and Deion Sanders talk about whether the Philadelphia Eagles have given up after losing six straight, along with whether the New Orleans Saints or the Cincinnati Bengals are contenders:


NFL Game Rewind

Fans can use NFL Game Rewind to replay any of the action from Week 11 online and on-demand. NFL Game Rewind delivers to fans in the United States every play of every 2012 NFL Regular Season game in HD and commercial-free, complete with DVR controls (after the game has aired on television). Additionally, NFL Game Rewind provides access to Coaches Film (including the All-22 & High EndZone camera angles), Condensed Games (full games edited to roughly 30 minutes), and archived games ranging from the 2009 season to present day. NFL Game Rewind is also available via the free to download tablet app which includes telestrator functionality for iPad users. Now fans can analyze plays by drawing over a still frame with the touch of a finger and then share their commentary with friends. For more information on NFL Game Rewind, visit NFL.com/GameRewind.

7:30 PM ET: NFL GameDay Highlights

Host: Chris Rose Analysts: Steve Mariucci and Deion Sanders

NFL GameDay Highlights offers a fast-paced recap of the afternoon games, providing highlights, post-game press conferences, player interviews and instant analysis leading up to the Sunday night primetime matchup.

11:30 PM ET: NFL GameDay Final

Host: Chris Rose Analysts: Marshall Faulk, Deion Sanders, and Michael Irvin

NFL GameDay Final is the definitive exclamation point on Sundays providing unlimited highlights of all the games, plus post-game press conferences, interviews from the field and locker room, audio captured throughout the day and expert analysis.

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