‘NFL GameDay First’ Kicks Off Sunday Programming at 7:00 AM ET
Most Comprehensive Pregame Show – ‘NFL GameDay Morning’ – Airs at 9:00 AM ET
Sunday is ‘GameDay’ and every week NFL Network provides more than 15 hours of live coverage, beginning at 7:00 AM ET with NFL GameDay First. NFL Network’s coverage continues at 9:00 AM ET with NFL GameDay Morning leading viewers into the early games. At 1:00 PM ET, NFL GameDay Live provides in-progress highlights and analysis of the day’s games, and at 7:30 PM ET, NFL GameDay Highlights recaps the entire afternoon. At 11:30 PM ET, NFL GameDay Final provides complete analysis on the entire football Sunday.
This week on NFL GameDay First
Host: Melissa Stark
Co-host/Analyst: Sterling Sharpe
Analysts: Shaun O’Hara & Michael Robinson
Featured this week on NFL GameDay First:
- NFL GameDay Morning’s Kurt Warner joins Sterling Sharpe to discuss if Kirk Cousins is a better fit for Jay Gruden’s offense in Washington
- Former Super Bowl champion with the New York Giants Shaun O’Hara explains what is wrong with quarterback Eli Manning and the Giants offense
- NFL GameDay First examines the injuries that occurred in Week 2
- Live reports from Jeff Darlington for Redskins-Eagles, Kim Jones for Texans-Giants, Desmond Purnell for Cowboys-Rams, Steve Wyche for Raiders-Patriots and Albert Breer for Vikings-Saints
- NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport provides the latest news from around the league
- Picks for every game on Sunday
This week on NFL GameDay Morning
Host: Rich Eisen
Analysts: Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, Warren Sapp & Michael Irvin
NFL Media Insider: Ian Rapoport
Featured this week on NFL GameDay Morning:
- NFL Media’s Michael Silver reports on the week that was for the Minnesota Vikings
- NFL Media’s Mark Kriegel asks the question: has Robert Griffin III played his last game for the Washington Redskins?
- Is Robert Griffin III done in Washington and are the Redskins a better team with Kirk Cousins?
- Kurt Warner demonstrates how to attack Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, and Steve Mariucci explains how Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning should attack the Seahawks defense
- NFL Films looks back at Super Bowl XLVIII between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos
- Is the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense better in Year 2 under Chip Kelly?
- What is the Dallas Cowboys’ key to success?
- There are seven 2-0 teams. NFL GameDay Morning breaks down which teams pass the sniff test
- Players Only – How do players tune out off-field distractions?
- NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport has the latest news from around the NFL
- Week 3 Bold Predictions & picks for every game on Sunday
- Live reports
- Jeff Darlington from Philadelphia for Redskins-Eagles
- Albert Breer from New Orleans for Vikings-Saints
- Steve Cyphers & Michael Silver from Seattle for Broncos-Seahawks
- Stacey Dales from Detroit for Packers-Lions
- Kim Jones from New York for Texans-Giants
- Aditi Kinkhabwala from Cleveland for Ravens-Browns
- Desmond Purnell from St. Louis for Cowboys-Rams
- Steve Wyche from New England for Raiders-Patriots
NFL GameDay Live, NFL GameDay Highlights and NFL GameDay Final Conclude Sunday Coverage
At 1:00 PM ET, NFL GameDay Live provides in-progress highlights and analysis, as well as live fantasy football updates for all of the 1:00 and 4:00 PM ET games. Hosts Kevin Frazier and Dan Hellie are joined by analysts LaDainian Tomlinson, Heath Evans, Brian Billick and Daniel Jeremiah providing 6.5 hours of coverage.
At 7:30 PM ET, Chris Rose hosts NFL GameDay Highlights, along with Tomlinson, Hall of Famer Deion Sanders and Steve Mariucci.
At 11:30 PM ET, Rose and analysts Sanders, Marshall Faulk and Michael Irvin recap all of the day’s action on NFL GameDay Final with game highlights, player and coach press conferences, post-game interviews and analysis of every game.
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