NFL on CBS schedule
- Jim Nantz/Phil Simms
- Greg Gumbel/Dan Dierdorf
- Ian Eagle/Dan Fouts
- Marv Albert/Rich Gannon
- Kevin Harlan/Solomon Wilcots
- Bill Macatee/Steve Taskers
- Spero Dedes/Steve Beuerlein
- Don Criqui/Randy Cross
Now here's my take on each of the crews.
- Nantz is not as good on football as he is for golf and college basketball but he's a solid, smooth play-by-play guy. Simms knows his stuff but there are times he seems aloof.
- Gumbel is a great studio host but I've never been a fan of his when he's calling a game. Dierdorf just hypes up the stars and is often just an old curmudgeon.
- I love this crew. Eagle and Fouts are a fun crew but also very informative. This is my favorite NFL TV crew.
- I love the addition of Albert as despite his age, he's still one of the best announcers in the business. Unfortunately, he's paired with a mediocre analyst as Gannon very rarely offers anything insightful and is pretty dull.
- Harlan has always been one of my favorite as he has one of the best voices in the business and he's very excitable as well. Wilcots is a pretty underrated analyst as well, although he will at times say things that make no sense.
- Macatee is very solid on golf and tennis but he doesn't seem comfortable in an NFL booth to me. Tasker is ehh.
- I'm getting really fond of Dedes as a play-by-play guy and not just because he's from around where I live. Beuerlein is a pretty bad analyst who does not articulate that well what he's breaking down.
- Criqui is a legend but it's time he hangs it up because he simply does not have the voice for it anymore. Cross's analytical work has also really fallen off over the years.