NFL Network Previews Conference Championship Sunday 2014

We’re now down to four teams in the NFL postseason tournament. Only two will go to the Super Bowl in New Jersey. Denver or New England will represent the AFC and either San Francisco or Seattle will play for the NFC. NFL Network will be on the case with a whopping eight hours of pregame […]

Thursday Night Football Travels to Philly for the Andy Reid Reunion

In Week 3, Philadelphia Eagles fans get to see a familiar face on the visiting sideline at Lincoln Financial Field this week. Former coach Andy Reid will be roaming the sideline in Kansas City red instead of Philadelphia Eagles green on Thursday night. NFL Network airs the Andy Reid reunion in Philadelphia. As usual, Brad […]

Nominees for 6th Annual Fang's Bites NFL TV Awards

Merry Christmas! Happy to provide you with the nominees for this year’s NFL TV Awards. Last year’s nominees ended up this way. And later, this was the result for the 2011 season. Let’s take a look at the nominees in each category. Best Play-by-Play: Ian Eagle (CBS), Kevin Harlan (CBS), Al Michaels (NBC), Brad Nessler […]

Picking Out Some Sunday Links For You

Let’s do some Sunday linkage on this first NFL regular season Sunday of 2012. We’ll begin with Pat Eaton-Robb of the Associated Press with an interesting story on how Connecticut is fast becoming home of major sports media companies. Candace Jackson of the Wall Street talks about her visit to Rich Eisen and his wife, […]

NFL Network's New Fall Programming

With the NFL now in full swing, well, as close to full swing as we can get, NFL Network will go into football mode big time. You know about its full NFL GameDay shows with Morning, GameCenter, Scoreboard, Highlights and Final. It adds “First on the Field” at 7 a.m. to be hosted by Melissa […]

Five Women Who Can Make Me Stop Flipping The Remote – 2009

It’s time for the 2009 edition of The Five Women Who Can Make Me Stop Flipping The Remote. It’s an annual tradition here at Fang’s Bites and one which I take time from providing the links to providing the list. No gratuitous photos, but I will provide a few pics where I can find them. […]

Wednesday Late Linkage

Time for a few links this afternoon. Newsday’s Neil Best wonders who will have the last laugh, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen who says Giants QB Eli Manning will miss up to a month with an injured right shoulder or the Giants who say he may miss one or two games at the most. Manning had said […]

More Friday Stuff

A few more links for you today. The Oakland A’s moved to an FM station this year to satisfy fans who were complaining about a weak AM signal at night. The problem was the talk lineup that was a bit extreme for some listeners. The Contra Costa Times reports that Free FM in San Francisco […]

Thursday's Links

Still buzzing over the Lost finale from last night. And checking the blogs, there’s a lot of positive feedback, but let’s go to the main focus of this site. Yesterday it broke that NFL receiver Keyshawn Johnson retired and signed with ESPN to become a studio analyst. Let’s check the fallout. The New York Post’s […]