Here’s a few more links on this afternoon.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel talks with NBC/NFL Network’s Cris Collinsworth about his visit with the Packers during the preseason to advise them about the media.
The Houston Chronicle’s David Barron wonders if Texans give the Texas A&M program too much credence after watching Fox NFL Sunday’s Grumpy Old Coaches segment discussing the school.
Leonard Shapiro of the Washington Post gets on ESPN for its coverage or lack of on the Sean Taylor story.
David Hayes from the Kansas City Star writes about the NFL agreement with Sprint to put NFL Network games live on the cellular service provider’s phones.
John Ryan in the San Jose Mercury News writes in his Morning Buzz blog that NBC made the right move in not flexing the Eagles-Pats game from last Sunday night. And Ryan says ESPN is singlehandedly trying to save the magazine industry.
Mason Levinson of Bloomberg writes about the great ratings for NBC’s Sunday Night Football. Paul Gough of the Hollywood Reporter reports that 18.3 million people watched all or part of the Sunday Night game.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News writes in his blog that John Madden was dead on in his analysis of Sunday Night’s Eagles-Pats game on NBC. Also from Multichannel, R. Thomas Umstead says HBO PPV has set February 16 as the date for the rematch of current middleweight boxing champion Kelly Pavlik and former champ Jermain Taylor.
My computer is acting up on me so I’ll end the links here and do an update later tonight. Primetime Viewing Picks, provided my computer is up to it, is up next.