"Good job, Petey."
The announcer jinx reared its ugly head on Saturday Night as Brad Nessler set up Alabama kicker Will Reichard to fail.
"He did not miss one field goal try in pregame."
The announcer jinx struck twice in Week 6, with Spero Dedes and Jim Nantz both mentioning impressive feats that were immediately ruined by interceptions.
"All-time announcer jinx right here."
"He has that same recognizable violent uppercut swing...but it's not the same quality of contact."
MASN's Ben McDonald had one of the all-time great announcers reverse jinxes leading up to Jordan Westburg's first career home run against the Phillies.
"Jinxes aren't real, but that doesn't make this any less awesome."
"The good news is he's got plenty of other rackets." Famous last words...
"It's old reliable Chris Godwin, who loses the ball!"
"Michael Badgley has not missed a kick all year, field goal, or PAT."
Tampa Bay was 22-for-22 in goal-to-go touchdowns, while New Orleans had allowed touchdowns in all 13 goal-to-go situations they had faced. Both of those stats changed after Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth discussed them.
Romo's mic went off the air for a while, which funnily enough, came right after he wondered if Nantz jinxed Gostkowski.
Al Michaels responded with "Third and five, and that's on you. ...You've eclipsed Coach Madden with that one. That's Hall of Fame."