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Professional football games played on Sunday night.
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 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Starting Quarterback / ... 18 episodes, 2006-2014
Heath Miller ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tight End / ... 16 episodes, 2006-2014
Rodney Harrison ...
 Himself - Studio Football Analyst 16 episodes, 2008-2009
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 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver / ... 15 episodes, 2006-2011
James Farrior ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker / ... 14 episodes, 2006-2011
Troy Polamalu ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Strong Safety / ... 12 episodes, 2006-2011
Al Michaels ...
 Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer / ... 11 episodes, 2007-2010
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 Himself - Announcer / ... 11 episodes, 2007-2010
Ike Taylor ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Cornerback / ... 11 episodes, 2006-2011
Mike Tomlin ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach / ... 11 episodes, 2007-2014
James Harrison Jr. ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker / ... 11 episodes, 2007-2011
Dick LeBeau ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Coordinator / ... 10 episodes, 2006-2014
Ryan Clark ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Free Safety / ... 10 episodes, 2006-2011
Jeff Reed ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Kicker / ... 10 episodes, 2006-2010
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 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker / ... 9 episodes, 2006-2011
Flozell Adams ...
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Santonio Holmes ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver / ... 9 episodes, 2006-2009
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 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker / ... 9 episodes, 2007-2011
Rashard Mendenhall ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back / ... 9 episodes, 2008-2011
Aaron Smith ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive End / ... 8 episodes, 2006-2011
Marion Barber ...
 Himself - Dallas Cowboys Running Back 8 episodes, 2006-2009
Kyle Kosier ...
 Himself - Dallas Cowboys Guard / ... 8 episodes, 2006-2009
Mat McBriar ...
 Himself - Dallas Cowboys Punter / ... 8 episodes, 2006-2009
Willie Parker ...
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Julius Jones ...
 Himself - Dallas Cowboys Running Back / ... 8 episodes, 2006-2008
Casey Hampton ...
 Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Nose Tackle / ... 8 episodes, 2007-2011
Daniel Sepulveda ...
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Mewelde Moore ...
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Lawrence Timmons ...
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Mike Wallace ...
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Carrie Underwood sings NBC Sunday Night Football (2006)'s introductory song. Each song has lyrics referring to both two teams, before the games opening kickoff. See more »

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I Hate Myself For Loving You
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Written by Desmond Child and Joan Jett
Sung by Faith Hill with alternate lyrics
(2007-2012)
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Nice to see the NFL back on the peacock. Plus the idea of flex schedules is super!
12 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

Finally after an 8 year vacation NFL football is back on NBC, and this time the peacock has struck gold! NBC this season airs the Sunday night games, the games are always the best many featuring division rivals, and teams with good records heading towards the playoffs. And the concept of the second half schedule being in flex is the greatest idea that a network could have came up with! No longer do you have to worry about late season games with teams with bad records that have no playoff shot, as NBC was given league permission to take in their opinion the best game away from one of the other two networks and air it on Sunday night. So no longer do you have to worry about seeing a bad game, plus the games are always meaningful and good. Before the game airs each week you have football night in America the studio show with the latest news and highlights of the games played that afternoon. The Studio show is great with veterans as host Bob Costas is never at a loss for words and Chris Collinsworth provides his best take on the league as always he knows his stuff, and Bettis and Sharpe seem OK as newcomers. Another great move by NBC was the broadcast team that they have chosen to call the games the best in the business as Al Michaels and John Madden at the mike enough said. Michaels and Madden have out worked everyone and their knowledge of the game can't be matched. As for the sideline reporting it is good with the informative and elegant Andrea Kremer who was an ex ESPN reporter, the broadcasters working together are just great and they make Sunday nights enjoyable. NBC has the best football games going today it now puts Monday Night Football to shame, so don't miss Sunday nights.


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