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While fans of some sports all have their favorite local announcers Kavon Frazier Jersey , the NFL has been much more of a shared viewing experience.With all games being shown on national networks rather than solely on local channels, the most memorable voices of football are universal.There were the early voices of the game such as Curt Gowdy and Ray Scott; the unique combination of Howard Cosell, Don Meredith and Frank Gifford in prime time; to years of Pat Summerall’s brevity punctuated by John Madden’s boisterous interjections.Everyone has a style they prefer, from Tony Romo’s role as Nostradamus to the exuberance of Gus Johnson and Kevin Harlan to the understated style of men such as Summerall and Scott.Here’s a look at some of the iconic voices of the NFL:PLAY BY PLAYPAT SUMMERALL: Summerall transitioned from a successful playing career to the booth in the 1960s and became the voice of the NFL. He started off as an analyst and was part of the first Super Bowl broadcast. He shifted to a play-by-play role in 1974 at CBS and that’s where he really shined. With an economy of words and understated persona, he helped analysts Madden and Tom Brookshier shine. A call of a big TD for Summerall could be as simple as “Montana … Rice … Touchdown.” He announced a record 16 Super Bowls on network television and contributed to 10 on the radio as well.AL MICHAELS: Michaels has been a prime-time fixture in the NFL for decades as the voice of “Monday Night Football” on ABC for 20 years and is now entering his 14th season calling Sunday night games on NBC. Michaels was viewed as so important to the premier prime-time package that NBC traded the rights to Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Walt Disney’s precursor to Mickey Mouse, to Disney in order to get the rights for Michaels to call Sunday night games in 2006. Michaels has called 10 Super Bowls and is a play-by-play announcer willing to interject his opinions into the broadcast when needed, as well as frequent thinly veiled gambling references to point spreads and over/unders.DICK ENBERG: Enberg replaced Curt Gowdy as the lead announcer for NBC’s coverage of the NFL in 1979 and spent more than three decades calling NFL games there and at CBS. Known for his exclamation “Oh my!” that was peppered throughout his broadcasts, Enberg called eight Super Bowls at NBC and was the pregame host for another. He worked with various analysts such as Merlin Olsen, Bob Trumpy, Phil Simms and Paul Maguire. Enberg called some of the most memorable games, from John Elway’s “Drive” to the AFC championship in January 1987 to Joe Montana’s comeback win over Cincinnati in the Super Bowl two years later to back-to-back titles by the Cowboys in the early 1990s.CURT GOWDY: A versatile announcer nicknamed the Cowboy who started off as Mel Allen’s partner on Yankees radio broadcasts, Gowdy was one of the original voices of the AFL on ABC when the league started in 1960. He moved on to NBC in 1965 and was in the booth for some of the most memorable games in pro football history. He called the first Super Bowl for NBC; the “Heidi” game in 1968; Joe Namath’s guarantee in Super Bowl 3; and the Immaculate Reception. ABC wanted to hire Gowdy as the original voice of “Monday Night Football,” but NBC wouldn’t let him out of his contract. His final Super Bowl broadcast came when Pittsburgh beat Dallas for the title following the 1978 season before he was traded to CBS to create an opening for Enberg to become the lead voice of the NFL on NBC. Gowdy had few catch phrases but was known for colorful descriptions.RAY SCOTT: Scott began calling Packers games in the 1950s and was the voice of the Lombardi dynasty of the 1960s Cole Beasley Color Rush Jersey , when CBS had crews dedicated to specific teams until 1968. With his understated style that featured calls like, “Starr … Dowler … Touchdown, Green Bay,” Scott was on the microphone for some of the NFL’s biggest games, including the Ice Bowl in 1967 and the first two Super Bowls. Scott called four Super Bowls and seven NFC or NFL title games.JACK BUCK: Best known for his work in baseball calling St. Louis Cardinals games, Buck also had a big impact in football. He called the 1962 AFL title game that went double overtime and was one of the top announcers at CBS for more than a decade, calling the Ice Bowl, and the 1970 Super Bowl. He also was a staple on radio, calling 17 Super Bowls for CBS radio as well as “Monday Night Football” games for many years. Buck’s son, Joe, also went on to have a successful announcing career and has called six Super Bowls as the lead play-by-play man at Fox. It’s time to shake off those cobwebs, the ones that accumulated not from Halloween, but because the Cowboys are playing a football game for the first time in over two weeks.We haven’t gone this long without Cowboys football since the offseason, and seeing as how this game will mark the halfway point of the regular season for Dallas https://www.dallascowboysfanshop.com/Marcus-Martin-Jersey , we need to make it (and the remaining eight) count, don’t we?Dallas is under the lights for their home date against the Tennessee Titans. Jason Witten returns with ESPN’s Monday Night Football and it looks like the blue and silver carpet is going to be rolled out for him just like it was one year ago today for his quarterback Tony Romo.What will happen? What fun will be had? Welcome to BTB’s five bold predictions.Dallas will score touchdowns on their first two possessionsIn their first home game of the season the Cowboys scored on their first two possessions of the game (touchdown, field goal).In their second home game of the season the Cowboys scored on three of their first four possessions of the game (punt, field goal, field goal, touchdown).Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesIn their third home game of the season the Cowboys cored on all of their first four possessions (field goal, touchdown, touchdown, touchdown). At some point before the first Cowboys game at AT&T Stadium this season a switch was flipped that made Dallas a team that loves being at home as they’re undefeated there this season. With Amari Cooper in tow and two weeks to prepare this feels like the week that the Cowboys get in the paint on their first two possessions.14-0 sounds nice, doesn’t it? Ezekiel Elliott will have at least 80 yards rushingThis may seem ridiculous when you first read it, but did you know that Zeke has failed to eclipse 80 yards in a majority of games this season? He’s second in the league in rushing with these weekly totals: Week 1: 69Week 2: 78Week 3: 127Week 4: 152Week 5: 54Week 6: 106Week 7: 33Elliott has played on MNF twice in his career, against the Detroit Lions in 2016 and at the Arizona Cardinals in 2017. Did you know that in both of those games that Zeke finished with exactly 80 yards rushing?80 seems to be a number he’s had trouble breaking this season. Here’s to him blowing past it.Amari Cooper will have more yardage than any Cowboys receiver has had in a game all seasonThe Cowboys have had a pass-catcher eclipse 100 yards only once this season. It was Cole Beasley who did it against the Jacksonville Jaguars three weeks ago with 101.Ezekiel Elliott, Tavon Austin, and even rookie Michael Gallup have all come somewhat close at different points Dak Prescott Jersey , and not that 100 yards define anything particular special, but the lack of receivers dropping c-notes is obviously part of why the Cowboys traded for Amari to begin with.During his announced entrance to the Ring of Honor Gil Brandt encouraged folks to take the over on Amari’s yardage against Tennessee (it’s 50.5). 102 yards would be more than doubling that which would be quite surprising according to oddsmakers, but they don’t call them totally normal and reasonable predictions, do they?Brett Maher will cover more yardage with his field goals than all Titans running backs do combinedThe last time we saw Brett Maher was not a very good moment for the Cowboys, but given the circumstances surrounding the kick he attempted (not to mention the snap infraction penalty) he’s easily forgiven. Maher has been one of the things the Cowboys were most correct about this season and both he and the team deserve major props for that.One of the great things about Brett is his big leg. He can connect kicks from great distances. Consider the total yardage covered on his successful field goals this season:Week 1: 0Week 2: 68Week 3: 85Week 4: 135Week 5: 118Week 6: 183Week 7: 47When you look at how much ground (and air) that Maher can cover you realize that it can be a legitimate amount, more than might initially jump to your mind. The Cowboys defensive front is going to be jumping all over the Tennessee Titans when they try to run the ball, and for that reason it doesn’t seem like they’re going to have that much success.For the Titans it all comes down to Dion Lewis on the ground. Can Brett Maher beat him? He’s already beaten plenty of other odds, what’s one more? Jaylon Smith will have a swipe in every quarter of the gameOne of the more beautiful sights when it comes to the 2018 Dallas Cowboys is the patented “swipe” move of Jaylon Smith. He does this after tackles for losses and other big plays that he produces which, to our delight, has been quite often this season.Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesThis game against Tennessee has the makings of a slugfest of sorts. Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota is capable of getting out of the pocket and you can just sense that Jaylon is going to be waiting there for him so that he can say hello. The last time that we saw the Cowboys featured Jaylon alongside both Sean Lee and Leighton Vander Esch. With an extra week for all of them to get healthy it’s fair to expect the Cowboys linebackers (arguably the best unit of their defense) to have themselves a nice day.Four swipes at minimum is asking for a bit, but to be fair Jaylon has already done a lot more than we’ve asked of him in general. It really is insane that he’s gotten to the point where predictions like this are legitimately feasible and not at all out of the realm of possibility.
 



 
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