This horse died a few days ago, but we are going to beat it some more.
The game is over, the refs made the calls that they made, and Broncos players can only use the game as motivation moving forward. After watching the video above, though, it is shocking to realize that not only did Dan Dierdorf play in the NFL for 13 seasons, he was a six-time Pro Bowl selection.
Here is the week 16 NFL schedule on CBS, along with the announcers calling each game: 1:00p.m. ET Starts Tennessee Titans at Green Bay Packers- Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf Oakland Raider at Carolina Panthers- Spero Dedes and Steve Beuerlein Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins- Don Criqui and Randy Cross Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers-
A little Freudian slip here by Dierdorf. Good stuff.
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Each Monday throughout the NFL season, we compile the best announcing quotes and observations from you, Straight Outta Stockton. Last night's Ravens-Patriots game provided us lots of great material, especially Al Michaels' velvet touch handling what may be the loudest BS call in the history of mankind. I had the joy of listening to Dan Dierdorf for much of the...
A second-round draft pick out of the University of Michigan, Dan Dierdorf vividly recalls being hazed by his veteran St. Louis Cardinals teammates during his first NFL training camp in 1971. They taped him to a goal post, they made him sing the Michigan fight song in front of the entire team and they asked him to do several other embarrassing acts that he remembers with smiles today...
Commentator believes M&T Bank Stadium crowd will rock Houston rookie QB YatesAt M&T Bank Stadium, it's all about the noise. So says Dan Dierdorf, the CBS commentator who'll work Sunday's AFC playoff between the Ravens and Houston Texans.
Dan Dierdorf knows football. He’s in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the ultimate salute to his 13-season NFL career that included 160 games and many All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors.
But Spiro Dedes and Rich Gannon no great shakes either
Maybe there is a TV Santa Claus. CBS Sports televised the Baltimore Ravens against the Cleveland Browns on Christmas Eve, and the network didn’t force local viewers to endure Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf in the booth.
Here is this week’s NFL schedule on CBS, along with the announcers for each game: 1:00p.m. ET Starts Cincinnati Bengals at St. Louis Rams: Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills: Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts 4:15p.m. ET Starts N.Y. Jets at Philadelphia Eagles: Marv
Longtime St. Louisan Dan Dierdorf has been one
of the NFL’s top broadcasters for more than a quarter century, and
it’s almost always a road show for him when he heads to work. But
he has the rare oppo