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Can someone provide claiming that "current season (2006) is slated to be the show's last..."? I can't find one. It doesn't make sense that the NBC broadcasting rights to Sunday Night Football would effect a standard NFL highlight news show. I doubt ESPN would let go easily one of their highest rated/popular television programs just because NBC has their own pre-game show for the Sunday Night Football telecast. --J. Nguyen 06:21, 3 December 2005 (UTC)
- Nevermind, I find one. " Next season, when NBC takes over Sunday night football, ESPN will be barred from airing any NFL-themed show from 7 p.m. until completion of the NBC football broadcast sometime around 11 p.m."  Sorry being skeptical. I had to find one after I posted this message. --J. Nguyen 06:23, 3 December 2005 (UTC)
If they appeared on one edition it should be noted. The only recent regulars were Chris+TJ
Cohost being dropped/Pete Axhelm
If I remember they went to 45 mins, so it wouldve made sense since that person's time wouldve been cut out.
Was Pete considered an analyst b/c the whole thing is its just Chris+ TJ doing the highlights
Can some one find the new logo
Was all the music backing the highlights in fact from NFL Films/Sam Spence? I am aware NFL Films used other composers (Dave Robidoux was one), and ESPN has used production music from many different sources (not aware of specifics) Zigwithbag (talk) 22:00, 31 October 2008 (UTC)
"NFL American Football Season"
That reads as a really weird phrase. It should be more like NFL Season or NFL Football Season. The American Football part is totally unnecessary and redundant, why not spell out NFL too? I'd change it but am not sure how, nor would I want to change it without hearing the reason for the original phrasing first.