ESPN has provided a preview for this weekend’s NFL action with Sunday NFL Countdown this Sunday beginning at 10:00a.m. ET.
Chris Berman hosts with analysts Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, Tom Jackson and Keyshawn Johnson. They will be joined by Suzy Kolber, Merril Hoge and Ron Jaworski. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter and senior analyst Chris Mortensen will report the day’s news and updates. Comedian Frank Caliendo will also be on set.
Correspondents Bob Holztman (Dallas at Cincinnati), Rachel Nichols (New Orleans at New York Giants), Ed Werder (San Diego at Pittsburgh), Josina Anderson (Chicago at Minnesota) and Sal Paolantonio (Baltimore at Washington) will report from game sites.
From ESPN PR, here are some other anticipated show highlights:
- Luck Conversation: Last Sunday, quarterback Andrew Luck led his team to its eighth victory, setting the record for most wins by a rookie quarterback picked No. 1 in the Draft. SportsCenter anchor Hannah Stormsat down for a one-on-one conversation with the Colts quarterback.
- Weeden’s Cause: On the field, Cleveland’s Brandon Weeden has shown promise as the guy who can lead the Browns back to football relevance. Off the field, Weeden’s impact back home in Oklahoma has been even more significant. After developing a relationship with young child Gavin Kuykendall battling a heart ailment, the rookie quarterback is now raising funds to help keep more pediatric surgeons in the state, reports Chris Connelly.
- The Power of Momentum: In the last decade, Super Bowl-winning teams like the Giants, Packers, and Steelers have proved you don’t need to be 14-2 to win a Super Bowl. Just get hot at the right time and let momentum carry you to the Super Bowl. Greg Garber consults with Ainissa Ramirez, a Yale University material scientist, to explain why momentum means something in the NFL.
- Frank Caliendo: The humorous segment has Caliendo playing ESPN host Bob Ley and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.