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“Patrick Willis is right up there in the same sentence as Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher; he’s just a little bit younger.”
— Steve Mariucci on 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis
“They look like the Ravens’ defense back in 2000 right now. They don’t give up anything.”
— Michael Irvin on San Francisco 49ers defense
“Baltimore has great players – maybe Hall of Famers – at every level; in the secondary with Ed [Reed], at the linebacker spot with Ray [Lewis], [on the defensive line with] Haloti Ngata and T-Sizzle.”
— Steve Mariucci on Baltimore Ravens defense
“They’re a competitive team, and looking forward to the future they will be for real.”
— Steve Mariucci on 6-4 Cincinnati Bengals
“This is a huge blow because Mike Martz has done a wonderful job finding out who Jay Cutler is; what are his dislikes and likes. That offensive line has been blocking remarkably for him and he’s been standing and delivering.”
— Deion Sanders on Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who is out 6-8 weeks with a broken thumb
“The sad part is today we watched the Bears wide receivers get involved in the game and Jay Cutler just started getting that rapport with all of those guys.”
— Michael Irvin on the Bears’ 31-20 victory over the San Diego Chargers
“Yes because the division that they’re in is so unpredictable and I think they have the most stability.”
— Deion Sanders on if the 4-6 San Diego Chargers will make the playoffs
“San Diego has to be the biggest disappointment. You had everybody already there, you got Vincent Jackson in camp and you’re still not able to make a move.”
— Michael Irvin on the Chargers
“It’s nice to see the defense step up, make a play and win a game. We watched this defense give up a few games; this one, they won.”
— Michael Irvin on the Philadelphia Eagles’ defense forcing a fourth-quarter fumble to seal the victory
“What makes this game so great is that each week you get another opportunity. Last week we were all talking about what’s going on in Philadelphia, everybody is calling for Andy Reid’s head. But Andy Reid made the smart move of picking up a Vince Young – a tested veteran – and put him in the game. Once he got accustomed to that game, that 18-play drive came along…Let’s give Vince Young, let’s give Andy Reid credit for the job well done.”
— Michael Irvin
“The most consistent quarterback [in the NFC East] is Tony Romo, and that’s why that team seems to be propelling themselves to the top.”
— Deion Sanders on the NFC East
“Dez Bryant has literally in the first half been an unstoppable force. I prefaced that by saying the first half because we need to have a complete game. He has that type of ability.”
— Deion Sanders on Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, who had 68 yards and a touchdown in the 27-24 overtime win over the Washington Redskins
“This guy will go down in history as one of the best.”
— Deion Sanders on Cowboys tight end Jason Witten
“[Roddy] White, [Michael] Turner and Tony Gonzalez – that’s the formula.”
— Deion Sanders on the Atlanta Falcons who defeated the Tennessee Titans 23-17
“Week in and week out lost in Tebowmania, this guy comes to play the game of football and to me with consistency. He’s the most impressive rookie.”
— Deion Sanders on Broncos linebacker Von Miller
“The will and desire. Nobody likes losing; losing is not a good feeling, and I think our guys have enough character to say we have to get back to work.”
– Ravens running back Ray Rice to NFL Network’s Stacey Dales on Baltimore’s league-leading 12 consecutive wins after a loss
“I know we can do that. You all know we have the personnel to do that. We just have to put everything together.”
— Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper to NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington on if the team can win its remaining games
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 11.
Better Defense: Ravens or 49ers? – The NFL GameDay Final crew debate who has the better defense: the Baltimore Ravens or San Francisco 49ers?
Grin and Bear It – NFL GameDay Final discusses the impact of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler’s injury.
Bigger Disappointment: Chargers or Eagles? – The San Diego Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles both entered the 2011 with high expectations. Deion Sanders and Michael Irvin discuss which team has disappointed the most.
NFL GameDay Express – Take a trip on the NFL GameDay Express to recap all of Sunday’s action in Week 11.
Coach ‘em Up – Steve Mariucci examines why wide receiver Torrey Smith is becoming a key factor for the Baltimore Ravens.
Cooper on the Win – Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper speaks with NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington following the 17-10 victory over the New York Giants.
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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