Fox Sports has the last game of NFL Wild Card Weekend, Seattle at Washington at 4:30 p.m. The network’s “A” team of Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Pam Oliver will be joined by Erin Andrews for the entire run of the playoffs.
Fox NFL Sunday will take the air at 4 p.m. ET from the network’s Los Angeles studios.
This is what Fox is saying about Sunday’s game.
NFL ON FOX: SENSATIONAL ROOKIE QBS TAKE CENTER STAGE WILDCARD WEEKEND – FOX Sports’ coverage of its 19th NFL postseason begins Sunday, Jan. 6 (4:30 PM ET) when Russell Wilson and the Wild Card Seahawks travel to Washington to take on Robert Griffin III and the NFC East Champion Redskins. NFL on FOX’s lead broadcast team of Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Pam Oliver are joined by Erin Andrews to call this matchup of exciting rookie QBs from FedEx Field.
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Seattle Seahawks at Washington Redskins — Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver & Erin Andrews, 4:30PM
FedEx Field – Landover, MD
SCHRAGER: YOUNG GUNS CAN CHANGE QB POSITION IN NFL WITH SUCCESS – For the first time in NFL history, three rookie quarterbacks will start playoff games – Andrew Luck for the Colts, Russell Wilson for the Seahawks and Robert Griffin III for the Redskins. Two of them; Seattle’s Wilson and Washington’s RGIII are featured on FOX’s Seahawks-Redskins Wild Card matchup. FOXSports.com NFL contributor Peter Schrager can see the prototype of the NFL quarterback change if the rookie signal callers and their second-year counterparts find ultimate success in the playoffs. “Wilson, Griffin, and Colin Kaepernick will be playing for the future of how teams draft quarterbacks.We’ve already seen the read-option work with great success in those three cities,” Schrager writes. “If one of these three can win a Super Bowl, don’t be shocked if the “prototype” of an NFL quarterback changes from a standard drop-back guy to a mobile, outside-the-pocket playmaker moving forward.”
To read more of Schrager’s Wild Card Weekend preview click here: http://on-msn.com/12Z0MyI
We’re done here.