Ok, we continue the Sunday NFL pregame quotage. Let’s move to Fox NFL Sunday with a video from Jay Glazer talking about the NFL going high-tech in its investigation into Brett Favre allegedly sexting Jenn Sterger.
FOX NFL SUNDAY NOTES – 11/21/10Glazer Reports Electronic Forensics Expert Brought into Favre/Sterger Case & Eagles Considering Franchise Tag on VickBradshaw: Cowboys Begin Playoff Run Today with Win Against LionsLong: Richard Seymour Has Been the Difference in OaklandJohnson: Stick a Fork in St. Louis, San Fran & Cardinals – Seattle is No. 1 in NFC West————————————————————————————–FOX NFL SUNDAY Insider Jay Glazer reports that the NFL has hired an electronic forensics expert to help get to the bottom of the Brett Favre/Jenn Sterger investigation:
————————————————————————————–FOX NFL Insider Jay Glazer reports that Michael Vick will stay in Philadelphia: “If Michael Vick continues to play the way he is, he’ll stay with the Philadelphia Eagles. I think the Eagles’ plan would be to slap the franchise tag on Vick. Michael Vick is also so incredibly appreciative that the Eagles gave him a chance so he wants to stay in Philadelphia. The Eagles have had constant dialogue and good relationship with Michael Vick’s agent from the day he got there with everything surrounding his arrival.”————————————————————————————–Analyst Jimmy Johnson on Philadelphia’s plan at quarterback: “Vick is the most exciting player in the entire league. The Eagles will find a way to keep Michael Vick in Philadelphia but they also need to keep Kevin Kolb as well. With Vick’s style of play, he can get injured easily. They’ll need to work it out financially but they need both quarterbacks.”————————————————————————————–Analyst Michael Strahan is FIRED UP about Michael Vick’s comeback in the NFL: “Last year Michael Vick looked kind of average but cut to this past Monday night and he was spectacular. We all knew he was an incredible athlete soon after he was taken No. 1 overall in 2001 but in Atlanta, he thought he was too good to work and never really had success. He’s not taking shortcuts anymore. He’s committed himself to the game, studying and preparing like every other great quarterback. With Vick and all those young receivers, Philadelphia’s offensive potential is limitless. He looked like Superman Monday night but we all know he isn’t Superman. What Michael did was horrible but he’s paid a huge price. He did prison time, is in a lot of debt and his name is tarnished forever. However, Michael is working at changing and he sounds like he’s a better man. So let’s do what the Good Book says and forgive him. Anything is possible and Michael Vick’s comeback is proof of that.”————————————————————————————–Analyst Howie Long believes that Raiders DE Richard Seymour has been a huge difference in Oakland: “The Raiders are on a roll particularly over the last three weeks with their offensive line combination and have settled in with quarterback Jason Campbell. I think the turning point with this organization started with a trade that people scratched their heads over: Richard Seymour. He has changed the disposition of that football team. This is how you win football games, this is how you practice, this is how you’re a pro. They were too patient with JaMarcus Russell but their patience paid off with Darren McFadden who is playing great.”————————————————————————————–Co-host Terry Bradshaw predicts a Dallas Cowboys victory over the New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving Day and a win against the Lions today: “I expect them to win today and play great football. Then they’re going to host the Saints on Thanksgiving and beat them. All of a sudden we’re all going to jump up and say – ‘9-7 and they’re going to make the playoffs!’”————————————————————————————–Analyst Michael Strahan believes the Atlanta Falcons are the best team in the NFC South: “Atlanta is the strongest team in the NFC South. People talk about the quarterbacks being so strong with the other teams but defense is where you’re going to win. The greatest thing against a quarterback is a great pass rush and John Abraham and those guys in Atlanta are getting it done.”————————————————————————————–Analyst Jimmy Johnson on how he thinks the NFC West will shake out: “Seattle will be fine but the other three teams in the NFC West, you can stick a fork in them now. San Francisco, Arizona and St. Louis won’t even have a winning record, only Seattle will.”————————————————————————————–Co-host Terry Bradshaw weighs-in on top NFL rookies: Cowboys WR Dez Bryant and Rams QB Sam Bradford: “Dez Bryant is incredible but if two talented rookies are even in the voting, it will go to the quarterback every time.”————————————————————————————–Analyst Howie Long on the contract the Washington Redskins signed with QB Donovan McNabb: “It’s good for the Redskins but certainly not good for Donovan. You’re extending the contract and now you take yourself off the market. They can cut him, trade him or they can keep him.”————————————————————————————–Analyst Jimmy Johnson thinks the Kansas City Chiefs are on the rise: “This is a talented, well-coached football team. The arrow is pointing up, stay tuned.”
CBS’ quotage is next.