Talk:Fox NFL Sunday

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She is not a meteorologist. Unless someone knows something that I don't. The correct term would be a weatherman.

She is not. The correct term would actually be "weathergirl". See, you have to be certified to be a meteorologist.

I could give a shit if the mods like me or not, and if they edit it back every time it is changed from meteorologist to weather girl or weather woman, as it is now (not done by me, i would of been livid if i had seen it changed back!), but the fact is, Jillian Barbrie is NOT a meteorologist! It's very simple to understand. IT SHOULD NOT BE CHANGED BACK!--O&AVirus&more 02:26, 27 October 2005 (UTC)

NFC East[edit]

Has anyone noticed that 4 of 5 games have featured an NFC east team. The other game was a NFC south game played on the east coast. If anyone can do research on this, please do.

DK08 11:34 10.15.06

    • This list is correct, checking a recording of the program, that is how it was. It does spark a little curiosity if there is some sort of "east coast bias." All things considered, FOX is in the business of getting the best ratings they can get for themselves, and they won't get any going to Arizona or San Francisco. They get them by being in the eastern time zone, covering big market east coast teams. If they ever decide to go back on the road, it should be noted if the trend continues. Doctorindy 23:48, 24 October 2006 (UTC)
    • Thanks! DK08 22:48 11/3/06 2006
    • Fox saves money by doing east coast teams, saving on travel costs. Since televised games start early on the west coast it doesn't matter if they did it there or on the east coast. Also, they report and cover all the games and focus on the games they will be showing, so it really doesn't matter that much where they are. There are also plenty of big market teams outside of the east coast, like the Chicago Bears (2nd largest market in the NFL). The only benefit Fox has by staying east is saving on travel expenses.

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Jay Glazer[edit]

Curt said they were sorry about the family's lost. What happened? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 75.100.14.135 (talk) 18:05, 13 December 2009 (UTC)

did terry howie jimmy all get fired for 2013?[edit]

I just saw the show and none of them were there for this show August 16, 2013. Jay Glazer sat were Terry Bradshaw had sat. Instead of Jimmy and Howie they had Rondie Barber and Brian Urlacker.

If true, the article should denote them now as former show regulars.--68.231.15.56 (talk) 00:19, 17 August 2013 (UTC)

it appears to me this is a different show called "Daily" -thus the sunday show is different one--68.231.15.56 (talk) 01:50, 17 August 2013 (UTC)