CBS has Buffalo at Kansas City in the late afternoon slot in NFL Week 14, but the game that will be of most interest will be Philadelphia at Dallas in primetime on NBC.
An era is over.
Like everyone else, the sports media world reacted in awe to the earth-shattering contract that Shohei Ohtani signed with the Dodgers.
"This is the funniest 9 seconds of the NFL season."
"It brings back many memories. Very sad."
"Go Navy. Beat Army."
It will mark the first time the show has ever originated from outside of the United States.
"I don't know who would feel comfortable working with somebody who randomly just punches people in the face backstage."
"The time that he asked if my father had ever played for Jerry Tarkanian, I said, 'No, my dad was an air traffic controller.'"
"And that's when I knew that I had to go to therapy because it was like, you know, I'm saying things, I’m getting sharp with my tongue, I'm not having the level of compassion that I know that I feel in my heart."
Nessler was in the area for the Army/Navy game and stopped by to call a match.
"I’m back. I don’t love it."
Evert was originally diagnosed with ovarian cancer in January of 2022.
The 2023 Army-Navy will be played in New England for the first time today. CBS will have total coverage of the game starting on CBS Sports Network at 11 a.m. ET and then the game live at 3 p.m. ET.
"I am deeply sorry for letting you down."
"No way. That's not worth a guy getting thrown out of a game for."
"I'm trying to make it compute because I want to be empathetic, and I want to say, 'OK, I understand.'"
Many thought the flight carrying Herjavec had Shohei Ohtani on board. It did not.