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“Jim Harbaugh just surpassed Marvin Lewis for Coach of the Year.”
— Deion Sanders on San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh
“You saw Baltimore and Tampa win Super Bowls with great defense, running the football and a quarterback that plays well in the playoffs. They can do that.”
— Steve Mariucci on if the 49ers can win a Super Bowl with quarterback Alex Smith
“This is when you know a team is for real: you lose your starting running back and the next man up gets in and gets the job done.”
— Michael Irvin on backup running back Kendall Hunter and the San Francisco 49ers. Hunter rushed for 40 yards and a touchdown
“They don’t give up the big plays, they’re stingy, they’re physical, and when you play good defense, you can beat anybody.”
— Steve Mariucci on the San Francisco 49ers defense
“We’re done asking if this team is for real. They are flat-out for real and the only question is how far can they go?”
— Rich Eisen on the 8-1 San Francisco 49ers
“You can’t measure Tim Tebow by statistics because he has that ‘it’ factor. The only thing I know is that they’re starting to believe and winning games.”
— Deion Sanders on Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, who completed two passes in Denver’s 17-10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs
“There is such a following for [Tim] Tebow [that] the people don’t care about how the win looks; they see a victory. John Elway knows, because he’s a Super Bowl-winning and Hall of Fame quarterback, that this is temporary. He wants to try to move towards the future. It’s a hard thing as long as Tebow keeps winning and Tebow fans keep Tebowing for him to win.”
— Michael Irvin on Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow and Vice President of Football Operations John Elway
“Statistically, maybe they’re not out. But just to the eye test, absolutely. It seems like they’re not together as a team.”
— Michael Irvin on if the 3-6 Philadelphia Eagles are done
“This isn’t a pot pie: I’m not sticking a fork in it and then blowing it and letting it cool off. I’m sticking a fork in it because it is flat-out over. You cannot miss opportunities.”
— Deion Sanders on the Eagles
“Sooner or later these big-time players that are calling themselves big-time corners: ball out. Man up. Go get it.”
— Deion Sanders on the Eagles secondary
“I like when a coach believes in his team, but that was dumb, that was crazy and you should have punted that ball. … Any decision I make in that situation, I’m going to go risk vs. reward. What is the risk? If I do not get it, this game is over right now. What is the reward? An inch and a first down. There is not even a guarantee that I’m going to get the next first down, or the following first down.”
— Michael Irvin on the Falcons’ decision to go for it on fourth down from their own 29-yard line in overtime
“That is a Randy Moss and Larry Fitzgerald type of play. This guy is capable of making those plays week in and week out.”
— Deion Sanders on the first quarter touchdown by Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant
“Ever since he challenged his teammates, he’s been performing.”
— Deion Sanders on Dolphins running back Reggie Bush, who rushed for two touchdowns in Miami’s 20-9 win over the Washington Redskins
“The best returner period. Of all time. End quote.”
— Deion Sanders on Bears returner Devin Hester, who returned a punt for a touchdown to extend his NFL record to 12
“There is no way a young quarterback like Matthew Stafford can throw the ball 63 times and not expect chaos.”
— Deion Sanders on Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford in the 37-13 loss to the Chicago Bears
“You see No. 12 back there, you see No. 83 back, you see [Rob] Gronkowski – as long as those guys are there, they’ll be in games. You cannot stop it.”
— Michael Irvin on quarterback Tom Brady, wide receiver Wes Welker, tight end Rob Gronkowski and the New England Patriots, who ended their two-game losing streak
“If I am watching these two teams getting ready to play each other, I would probably still take the Baltimore Ravens. But the inconsistency worries me. They play so well when they play a tough team, and then the next week they play so poorly when they play a lesser opponent. I don’t understand why they’re so inconsistent.”
— Michael Irvin which team is better in the AFC North: the Baltimore Ravens or the Pittsburgh Steelers?
On NFL.com the following video clips from NFL GameDay Final are available for viewing:
Let’s Go Primetime – Deion Sanders checks in from the corner of 21st and Prime to count down the top 10 performances from Week 10.
Who’s Better: Ravens or Steelers? – The Pittsburgh Steelers rebounded from last week’s loss to the Ravens with a win, while Baltimore fell on the road to Seattle. NFL GameDay Final debates which AFC North team is better.
Touch of Gold – Head coach Jim Harbaugh and the San Francisco 49ers won their seventh game in a row. But are they for real? NFL GameDay Final discusses.
Believe in Tebow? – Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders discuss if it’s time to put faith in Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow.
What was Mike Smith Thinking? – NFL GameDay Final examines Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith’s decision to go for it on fourth down on their own 29-yard line in overtime.
Are the Eagles Done? – Following a 21-17 loss at home to the Arizona Cardinals, are the 3-6 Philadelphia Eagles done?
Romo’s Feeling It – Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo speaks with NFL Network’s Michelle Beisner following the 44-7 victory over the Buffalo Bills.
NFL GameDay Express – NFL GameDay Express travels around the NFL to bring all of the action from Week 10.
7:30 PM ET: NFL GameDay Highlights
Host: Rich Eisen 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: Fran Charles Analysts: Steve Mariucci, 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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