Let’s start the previews for Wild Card Sunday. Two more games, Baltimore at Indianapolis on CBS and then Seattle at Washington on Fox for the nightcap.
NFL Network’s dynamic duo of Sunday pregame shows, First on the Field and NFL GameDay Morning air at their regular times, starting at 7 a.m. ET and 9 a.m. ET respectively.
We have what you’ll see Sunday on both shows. Check it out. We’ll begin with the First on the Field preview.
At 7:00 AM ET, NFL Network is First on the Field with Melissa Stark, LaDainian Tomlinson, Sterling Sharpe, Brian Billick, and Michael Lombardi providing the first analysis of Sunday’s Wild Card games.
Melissa Stark examines the success of the three rookie quarterbacks – Redskins’ Robert Griffin III, Colts’ Andrew Luck, and Seahawks’ Russell Wilson – playing in Wild Card Weekend. Stark explores the reasons the young quarterbacks have produced so quickly and how all three will be connected with each other for years to come.
Also featured on Sunday:
- Live reports from Indianapolis-Baltimore and Seattle-Washington
- As Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis’ former head coach, Brian Billick will speak to the legacy of the Ravens leader
- As a former running back, LaDainian Tomlinson provides a perspective on facing Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis on the field
- A look back at Ray Lewis’ career, in his own words, through NFL Films’ wired sound archive
- Sterling Sharpe and LaDainian Tomlinson examine the Baltimore Ravens offense and how it has changed since Jim Caldwell became offensive coordinator
- Michael Lombardi has all the latest information on the NFL offseason
- Analysis of Saturday’s Wild Card matchups
And let’s move to NFL GameDay Morning and what will be aired on the four hour show.
At 9:00 AM ET, host Rich Eisen and analysts Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, Warren Sapp and Michael Irvin take viewers up to kickoff of Sunday’s Wild Card Games on NFL GameDay Morning.
Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin sits down with Seattle Seahawks cornerbacks Richard Sherman & Brandon Bowner. Irvin discusses with the controversial duo the success of the young Seahawks defense, their game plan against the Washington Redskins offense and the situation behind both of their PED suspensions which were handed down earlier this season.
Also featured on Sunday:
Chuck Pagano’s Fellow Patients: When Indianapolis head coach Chuck Pagano returned to the sidelines, it was a victory for many; It was a victory for all of leukemia patients at the University of Indiana’s Simon Cancer Center. Steve Cyphers spent last Sunday in Indianapolis with Pagano’s newest friends and the real-life beneficiaries of the ChuckStrong campaign – the men and women who have received treatment alongside the NFL head coach.
Washington Redskins Iron Man – London Fletcher: Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III had his locker strategically placed next to the best possible influence, veteran linebacker London Fletcher. Having made 195 consecutive starts, Fletcher and his teammates discuss with Stacey Dales how the linebacker’s presence alone has improved the very young Redskins team
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis: With Lewis announcing this is his final year, NFL GameDay Morning looks at his legacy and his impact on the field for the Ravens this postseason
Is Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco an elite quarterback?
Who has the advantage at running back: Seattle with Marshawn Lynch or Washington with Alfred Morris?
A look at the key positional matchups in Colts-Ravens and Seahawks-Redskins
Ian Rapoport in studio on the latest NFL offseason news
Kimberly Jones reports from Colts-Ravens
Stacey Dales reports from Seahawks-Redskins
That is all. CBS’ previews are next.