NFL GameDay Highlights & NFL GameDay Final on NFL Network
(Airs Sundays at 7:30 PM ET & 11:30 PM ET)
“Sanchez proved to the coaches that he can do this [when it] matters.” – Michael Irvin on Jets QB Mark Sanchez’s win over New England
“You start him and you go though the growing pains. You’re going have some bad games as a rookie and a youngster and you’re going to have some good games that remind you, ‘This is why we got him. It’s a process. We can’t get too down if he has a bad game … we can’t get too excited and say he’s the next Peyton Manning.’” –Steve Mariucci on Jets QB Mark Sanchez’s progress this season
“That’s why he’s going be a Hall of Famer.” – Steve Mariucci on Patriots WR Randy Moss’ one-handed 34-yard TD catch near the end of the first half
“Peyton’s got weapons galore and he utilizes them wisely.” – Steve Mariucci on Colts QB Peyton Manning and his offensive team
“I think it’s time now for the Dallas Cowboys to say, ‘Hey, this is our running back, these are the guys were playing with,’ and stop trying to get so many people involved in a game. Pick your best guys and let them go.” – Michael Irvin
“The surest sign of losing is when your quarterback throws the ball 98 times in two games.” – Deion Sanders on Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo
“Dallas has a good play here, a good play there, but they don’t string them together.”— Steve Mariucci on Cowboys
“Kevin Kolb earned this starting job over the last three years. The worst thing this team can do is to have musical chairs at the quarterback spot.”— Steve Mariucci on Eagles QB Kevin Kolb
“I like the way [Coach] Andy Reid is handling this because he evidently told Michael Vick already when [QB] Kevin [Kolb] is healthy that he will be the starter. He told that to the team and he told that to Kevin.” –Steve Mariucci
“Michael Vick is a fabulous backup quarterback who can win games.” –Steve Mariucci
“Vince Young is the reason that [Titans head coach] Jeff Fisher is still there.” – Deion Sanders on coach Jeff Fisher’s decision to take Vince Young out of the game and play backup QB Kerry Collins
“That does something to his confidence.”— Deion Sanders on Titans pulling QB Vince Young in Tennessee’s loss against Pittsburgh
“They’re still a work in progress – they’re not there yet.” –Steve Mariucci on the Minnesota Vikings offense lead by QB Brett Favre
“Sometimes we forget how strong Michael Vick’s arm really is.”— Steve Mariucci on Vick, who passed for 284 yards and two touchdowns in Eagles victory
“This guy is a leader. He is the best guy for the job.”— Deion Sanders on Eagles QB Michael Vick
“He is second to Michael Vick.”— Steve Mariucci on Packers QB Aaron Rodgers’ mobility
“Year after year we talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers defense. Here we go again.”— Steve Mariucci
“This offense can’t function without him.”— Deion Sanders on injured Vikings WR Sidney Rice
“He is the front runner for the defensive MVP.”— Deion Sanders on Packers LB Clay Matthews, who leads the NFL with six sacks
*** Additional exclusive video clips from Sunday’s NFL GameDay are available on NFL.com. Click on the video segments. These videos include:
– Let’s Go Primetime – Deion Sanders counts down the top 10 performances from Week 2 in style.
– GameDay: Patriots vs. Jets Highlights
– GameDay: Dolphins vs. Vikings highlights
– GameDay: Giants vs. Colts highlights
– Sapp’s Hunters: Julius Peppers – Warren Sapp shows how Bears DE Julius Peppers could cause problems for Tony Romo and the Cowboys in an NFL GameDay Morning edition of Sapp’s Hunters.
– And many more Week 2 game highlights and postgame video only on NFL.com.
7:30 PM -8:30 PM ET: NFL GameDay Highlights
Host: Rich Eisen Analysts: Deion Sanders and Steve Mariucci
Following the late afternoon games, NFL GameDay Highlights offers analysis of the events of the day. Includes highlights from all completed games, insider commentary, on-field interviews and post-game press conferences.
11:30 PM -1:00 AM ET: NFL GameDay Final
Host: Fran Charles Analysts: Deion Sanders, Steve Mariucci, 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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