I’m going to combine four NFL Network releases into one post. Saves you from getting hit with four notices on your Twitter timelines or your RSS fees and it also allows you to see what I see in the Fang’s Bites inbox.
Starting with what you’ll see on NFL Replay tonight.
NFL REPLAY TO “ENCORE” WEEK 3 ROAD WINS BY JETS & FALCONS ON NFL NETWORK, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28The New York Jets win against the Miami Dolphins, featuring QB Mark Sanchez throwing three touchdown passes for the second week in a row and placing the Jets in a three-way tie for first place in the AFC East (with Miami and New England) and Atlanta’s 27-24 overtime victory against the New Orleans Saints, sealed by a 46-yard field goal by Matt Bryant, will be “encored” in a fast-paced, 75-minute format on NFL Network’s NFL Replay on Tuesday, September 28 at 8:00 PM ET & 9:15 PM ET, respectively.NFL Replay offers an exclusive look at four of the previous week’s games in a condensed, 75-minute, high-octane format. With the use of bonus NFL Films and NFL Network footage, including never-before-seen camera angles and coaches’ commentary, combined with exclusive wired sound from the field, locker rooms and sidelines, viewers will experience the game like never before.
Both 75-minute NFL Replay programs are a part of the new ‘Field Pass’ block airing every Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00-11:00 PM ET. ‘Field Pass’ takes fans inside the game like never before with exclusive NFL Films footage and sound. Following NFL Replay at 10:30 PM ET is Sound FX featuring a ‘best of’ theme highlighting an NFL great Tuesday nights, while a compilation of the previous week’s sound on Wednesday. Tonight’s ‘best of’ Sound FX focuses on the Hall of Fame career of quarterback Steve Young.
Then, we have what you’ll see on NFL Replay tomorrow.
NFL REPLAY TO “ENCORE” WEEK 3 WINS BY BEARS & SEAHAWKS ON NFL NETWORK, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29The Chicago Bears’ last-second, 20-17 win against Green Bay and Seattle’s 27-20 victory over San Diego, highlighted by a pair of kickoff-return touchdowns by Leon Washington, will be “encored” in a fast-paced, 75-minute format on NFL Network’s NFL Replay on Wednesday, September 29 at 8:00 PM ET & 9:15 PM ET, respectively.NFL Replay offers an exclusive look at four of the previous week’s games in a condensed, 75-minute, high-octane format. With the use of bonus NFL Films and NFL Network footage, including never-before-seen camera angles and coaches’ commentary, combined with exclusive wired sound from the field, locker rooms and sidelines, viewers will experience the game like never before.Both 75-minute NFL Replay programs are a part of the new ‘Field Pass’ block airing every Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00-11:00 PM ET. ‘Field Pass’ takes fans inside the game like never before with exclusive NFL Films footage and sound. Tonight hear exclusive WIRED access to Seattle Seahawks’ coach Pete Carroll from Sunday’s game during the Seahawks-Chargers Replay. Following NFL Replay at 10:30 PM ET is a new Sound FX on Wednesday featuring a compilation of the previous week’s sound from NFL Films.
Week 3 (Sept. 26, 2010) – Quotable fromNFL GameDay Highlights & NFL GameDay Final on NFL Network(Airs Sundays at 7:30 PM ET & 11:30 PM ET)“We are seeing a superstar in progress.”– Steve Mariucci on Falcons QB Matt Ryan“Matt Ryan has started to take that leap and say, ‘I am ready to become that elite quarterback.’” – Michael Irvin on Falcons QB Matt Ryan“He is becoming the leader and the face of that organization.” – Steve Mariucci on Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan“He’s maturing on the field. He’s growing as a drop-back quarterback from the pocket.”– Steve Mariucci on Eagles QB Michael Vick“Three touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown in the same game for the first time in his career; That’s called a complete package.” – Rich Eisen on Eagles QB Michael Vick“McNabb is going back to Philly a little bit like how Brett Farve had to go back to Green Bay. Donovan spent 11 great seasons [in Philadelphia], went to five championship games and he took Michael Vick under his wing. I’m going to be anxious to see how he is received.” – Steve Mariucci on the Week 4 match-up between Washington and Philadelphia featuring QBs Donovan McNabb and Michael Vick“Brett Favre completed passes to 10 different receivers. He’s still trying to find that go-to guy to replace Sidney Rice.”– Deion Sanders“The guy that’s really carrying them now, Adrian Peterson… this guy is going to be the bell cow for this team.” – Steve Mariucci on the Vikings’ RB who had a career-long 80-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter in the Vikings 24-10 win over Detroit“We have been waiting for him to have a breakout game.” – Steve Mariucci on Dallas WR Roy Williams, who had 117 receiving yards and two touchdown catches in Cowboys win over Houston“He’s been the surprise undrafted free agent rookie on the practice squad and now he’s leading the league in rushing.” – Steve Mariucci on the Houston Texans RB Arian Foster“It’s hard to believe that this guy was on the practice squad only a year ago.” – Deion Sanders on the Houston Texans RB Arian Foster“I don’t know if they completely silenced the critics, but winning alleviates some of the pressure.” – Deion Sanders on the Dallas Cowboys“I thought it was going to be a defensive struggle, but all of a sudden these young quarterbacks are going up and down the field throwing the ball pretty darn well.” – Steve Mariucci on the Jets and Dolphins QBs, Mark Sanchez and Chad Henne“[It’s] incredible to see Mark Sanchez bounce back after that week one performance and turn around week two, week three and come out and win this game; he looked like a real veteran tonight.” – Michael Irvin on the Jets QB’s performance against Miami“Their passing game is as good as anybody’s in the league.”– Steve Mariucci on San Diego Chargers
“He looks like Csonka.”– Steve Mariucci on Cleveland RB Peyton Hillis’ 25-yard run in the second-quarter vs. Baltimore. Hillis rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown.
And finally, we have this announcement from NFL Network on the next ten players to be revealed on the Top 100: Greatest NFL Players.
The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest PlayersFirst 50 Players RevealedPlayers Ranking #51-60 among All-Time Greats Unveiled Thursday at 9:00 PM ET Exclusively on NFL NetworkSpecial Encore of Players Ranked #61-70Thursday at 8:00 PM ETComplete List of Players Ranked #61-100 on NFL.comPro Football Hall of Famers Joe Namath, Michael Irvin, Steve Young and Troy Aikman along with New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson are among the players who have had their rankings revealed on The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players. On Thursday night, Sept. 30 at 9:00 PM ET exclusively on NFL Network, the next 10 players (ranked 51-60) will be revealed. The series continues with a new show each Thursday at 9:00 PM ET to unveil the next 10 players. The top 10 players will be revealed on Thursday, Nov. 4.Among the 10 players to be named this Thursday are a quarterback who has won multiple Super Bowls, two men with ties to Chicago’s last championship team and the first player to lead the NFL in rushing three years in a row.Produced by NFL Films, The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players, in 10 one-hour episodes, reveals the greatest players of all-time, counting down from 100 to 1. The player rankings were determined by a blue-ribbon panel of football minds including current and former NFL coaches, players and front office personnel, as well as noted NFL media members, Hall of Fame voters and league historians.More than 250 players from the modern and pre-modern era, including current NFL players, were under consideration by the blue-ribbon panel for selection. The Top 100 will answer for the first time the question of who makes the list and where they rank.The Top 100 members not only contributed to the lasting legacy of the game, but have also shaped the lives of football fans from a variety of backgrounds, age groups and eras through memories and ‘remember when’ moments. It is these unique and personal recollections that set this series apart as notable individuals from the world of sports and entertainment serve as ‘presenters’ for each featured player.Below are the player rankings (and presenters) which have been revealed to date. For an updated list each week and to see where the fans ranked each player, visit http://top100.nfl.com/Player Presenter100) Joe Namath Spike Lee99) Michael Strahan Jon Runyan98) Lee Roy Selmon Ron Wolf97) Derrick Brooks Jon Gruden96) Mel Hein Steve Hirdt95) Larry Allen John Randle94) Lenny Moore Bobby Mitchell93) Sam Huff Sonny Jurgensen92) Michael Irvin Troy Aikman91) Fran Tarkenton Sen. Amy Klobuchar90) Kurt Warner Nick Bakay89) Ernie Nevers Steve Hirdt88) Ed Reed Hines Ward87) Crazylegs Hirsch Michael MacCambridge86) Willie Davis Bobby Mitchell85) Marcus Allen Matt Millen84) Joe Schmidt Jerry Glanville83) Norm Van Brocklin Sonny Jurgensen82) Ted Hendricks Howie Long81) Steve Young Mike Holmgren80) Troy Aikman Drew Brees79) Emlen Tunnell Michael MacCambridge78) Bruce Matthews Warren Moon77) Tony Dorsett Roger Staubach76) Art Shell Ron Wolf75) Darrell Green Carl Lewis74) Marion Motley Mike Brown73) Ozzie Newsome Marty Schottenheimer72) Jonathan Ogden Michael Strahan71) Paul Warfield Mercury Morris70) Marshall Faulk Kurt Warner69) Bobby Bell Michael MacCambridge68) Mike Webster Dan Dierdorf67) Kellen Winslow Joe Gibbs66) Willie Brown Mercury Morris65) Randy Moss Brian Billick64) Herb Adderley Raymond Berry63) Jim Otto Bill Bergey62) Randy White Mark May61) LaDainian Tomlinson Reggie Bush
Plenty of good stuff from NFL Network. I do hope you’re able to watch this.