– “Peyton Manning’s passes were contested [by defenders] and Brady was throwing to open guys; [those were] totally different [situations].”– Marshall Faulk on the different circumstances which Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady faced in their matchup
– “Tom Brady rises up to the occasion and plays well. That is just who he is.” – Deion Sanders on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady leading his team back from a 24 point halftime deficit
– “The Detroit Lions couldn’t have had the NFC North lined up better for them [and] for them to lay these eggs, consistently, something has to be said with what is going on with this team and organization. You just can’t keep doing this.” – Marshall Faulk on the Detroit Lions who have lost their last two games and are now 6-5 on the season
– “The Detroit Lions are an undisciplined football team.” – Marshall Faulk on the Detroit Lions
– “Jason Witten will go down as one of the best tight ends in history.” – Deion Sanders on Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten who had two receiving touchdowns in the Cowboys victory over the New York Giants
– “The Cowboys featured Dez Bryant and Dez showed up.” – Marshall Faulk on Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant who had nine receptions for 102 yards in their victory over the New York Giants
– “Tony Romo has been really effective. We have to give him credit.” – Deion Sanders on Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo who orchestrated a game-winning drive on the road against the New York Giants
– “If the Cardinals can get Carson Palmer some type of running game, they can make noise in the playoffs.” – Deion Sanders on the quarterback Carson Palmer and the 7-4 Arizona Cardinals
– “Kendall Wright is a smart, mature young man. Love that young dude.” – Michael Irvin on Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright who had six receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown in their victory over the Oakland Raiders
– “Jarrett Boykin has stepped up big time for the Packers.” – Marshall Faulk on Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jarrett Boykin who had five receptions for 60 yards and one touchdown in the Packers tie with the Minnesota Vikings
– “That goal line defense by the Rams today was off the chain. I haven’t seen [a performance like that] in a long time.” – Michael Irvin on the St. Louis Rams defense and their effort vs. the Chicago Bears
On NFL.com the following video clip from NFL GameDay Highlights & NFL GameDay Final are available for viewing
Is Peyton Manning to blame for the loss? – Marshall Faulk, Deion Sanders, and Michael Irvin reflect on the thriller between the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots:
Who is the favorite to win the NFC North? – Marshall Faulk, Deion Sanders, and Michael Irvin break down the race for first place in the NFC North:
Let’s Go Primetime – Join Deion Sanders as he salutes Week 12’s best players:
Steve Wyche reports from New England – NFL Network reporter Steve Wyche reports from New England where the Patriots defeated the Denver Broncos in overtime:
About NFL GameDay Highlights
Every Sunday evening at 7:30 PM ET, NFL Network recaps the afternoon action with NFL GameDay Highlights. Host Chris Rose and analysts Deion Sanders, Steve Mariucci and LaDainian Tomlinson provide highlights, analysis and set the stage for Sunday Night Football. Please note: Today, Steve Mariucci did not appear on the show as he was on assignment.
About NFL GameDay Final
Every Sunday night at 11:30 PM ET, recap the complete day in the NFL with NFL GameDay Final. Host Chris Rose and analysts Deion Sanders, Marshall Faulk and Michael Irvin put 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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