NFL Network Features 8.5 Hours Of Live Pregame And Postgame Coverage From Super Bowl XLIII

Steelers Nation: The Real “America’s Team?” Kurt Warner Story, Larry Fitzgerald Profile, John Lynch One-On-One with Mike Tomlin, Exclusive Bruce Springsteen Interview, Rod Woodson Interviews Dick LeBeau, Plus NFL Films Feature on the Top 5 Most Memorable Plays

Roster of 17 Analysts, Reporters and Hosts with Six Super Bowl Winners Cover Super Bowl XLIII

On Super Bowl Sunday, NFL Network features six and a half hours of NFL GameDay Morning pregame show coverage and two hours of NFL GameDay Final wrapping up Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa.

NFL Network features 17 analysts, reporters and hosts covering all the news for the game. The roster includes Deion Sanders, Marshall Faulk, Warren Sapp, Rod Woodson, Steve Mariucci, Derrick Brooks, John Lynch, Sterling Sharpe, Brian Baldinger, Jamie Dukes, Solomon Wilcots, Kara Henderson, Scott Hanson, Bob Papa, Randy Moss, Fran Charles and Rich Eisen.

Highlights of NFL Network’s Super Bowl XLIII NFL Game Day Morning pregame show (11:00 AM ET– 5:30 PM ET) will include:


11:00 AM — noon:

·         Super Bowl memories from NFL Network analysts—Warren Sapp, Marshall Faulk, Deion Sanders, John Lynch, Derrick Brooks and Rod Woodson

·         Analysts give their keys to the game

·         NFL “ Insider” Adam Schefter with the latest news and injury reports

·         Lynch,Brooks and Woodson on the Arizona defense


Noon – 1:00 PM ET:

·         Feature on the coaching change in Pittsburgh that led to the hiring of Mike Tomlin and Ken Whisenhunt and Russ Grimm going to Arizona

·          “Who has the Edge” debate on Super Bowl position matchups

·         NFL Films Steve Sabol feature on the greatest losing effort in the Super Bowl

·         A look at the relationship between Ben Roethlisberger and Mike Tomlin


1:00 PM ET – 2:00 PM ET:

·         Current and former Buccaneers Sapp, Lynch and Brooks talk about Coach Whisenhunt’s possible advantage being the former offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh

·         Deion Sanders discusses the best way to cover Cardinals Pro Bowl wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald

·         Answers the question “Are the Steelers the real America’s Team?”

·         Analysts pick their “Surprising Hero” of the game

·         NFL Films’ Steve Sabol features the Top Five Most Memorable Plays from the Super Bowl

·         Feature on Fitzgerald


2:00 PM ET – 3:00 PM ET:

·         Schefter’s unique story about the relationship between Steelers safety Tyrone Carter and his older brother Tank Carter who is in a Florida jail

·         Woodson, Lynch, and Brooks discuss how to defend Larry Fitzgerald and the Arizona passing attack

·         Rich Eisen’s one-on-one interview with Bruce Springsteen

·         Steelers and Cardinals position analysis:  Sapp on defensive lines, Faulk on linebackers, Sanders on defensive backs, Mariucci on special teams and coaching staffs

·         Sterling Sharpe takes a look at Kurt Warner and his success

·         MVP predictions by the analysts

·         Woodson EXCLUSIVE one-on-one interview with his former coach, Steelers legendary defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau


3:00 PM ET – 4:00 PM ET:

·         Eisen interviews Craig and Ron Wolfley, brothers who are the analysts for the Steelers and Cardinals radio broadcasts teams

·         Fran Charles and Brian Baldinger analyze the matchup between Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley and Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau

·         Sapp gives a tour of Tampa – visiting the hot spots, restaurants, driving a zamboni, his favorite spots from his playing days and  more

·         NFL World feed announcers Bob Papa and Sterling Sharpe predictions for the game


4:00 PM ET – 5:00 PM ET:

·         Lynch one-on-one interview with Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, who was his position coach when Tampa Bay won Super Bowl XXVII

·         Mariucci highlights the best moments of the week from all the guests and interviews from Tampa

·         Dukes, Wilcots, Henderson and Hanson report from NFL Experience

·         Reports on pregame festivities


5:00 PM ET – 5:30 PM ET:

·         Kurt Warner feature and debate on his Hall of Fame status

·         Keys to victory for both teams

·         Final Super Bowl XLIII predictions


NFL Game Day Final features two hours of highlights, interviews and news immediately after the game (10:00 PM – midnight ET).’s Game Center will be following the action during the game and analysts Gil Brandt and Pat Kirwan will be chatting with fans. will also have live streaming of NFL Game Day Final in its entirety, plus exclusive highlights and video following the Super Bowl XLIII.


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