Watching sports without fans in stadiums will give an odd, incomplete feeling, but FOX is making adjustments to make the most of the situation.
The best game on the NFL schedule from a TV perspective might be the Week 3 game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Kansas City Chiefs.
ESPN has decided it will not bring back the “Monday Night Football” broadcasting team of Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland this season, and one of the names that continues to come up as a potent
Former Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee has been mentioned as a possible color analyst in ESPN’s new “Monday Night Football” booth, but don’t tell that to him.
The New York Jets last made the playoffs in 2010, so naturally they have not hosted as many primetime games as some contending teams since that time.
With Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland on their way out of the “Monday Night Football” booth, attention can fully turn to who will replace them.
Todd McShay was unable to cover the NFL Draft this year for the first time since he joined ESPN in 2006. As you might imagine, that was extremely difficult for him.
ESPN show host Tony Reali apologized on Twitter Monday to Mitchell Trubisky for taking a shot at the Bears quarterback at the end of “Around the Horn.