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FLOWERY BRANCH — Here’s the TV and Radio info for the Falcons (5-4) game against the Tennesseee
CBS Sports' Ian Eagle will handle the play-by-play on Sunday.
Titans (5-4) which is set for 4:15 p.m. Sunday night at the Georgia Dome.
RADIO COVERAGE: Star 94 (94.1 FM/790 AM): Play-by-play: Wes Durham, Color Analyst: Dave Archer, and Sideline: John Michaels.
TV COVERAGE BY CBS: Play-by-play: Ian Eagle and Color Analyst: Dan Fouts.
NATIONAL RADIO BY WESTWOOD ONE: Play-by-play: Howard David. Color Analyst: Tony Boselli.
5 QUESTIONS WITH IAN EAGLE
Q: How’s your preparation for Sunday’s game going?
A: I did the Falcons and Packers playoff game on radio last year and at that point I think the feeling around the league was that Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan were neck and neck with who’s going to be the next guy that jumps into the upper echelon of quarterbacks and we know what’s happened since then. Rodgers won that game, advanced on to the Super Bowl and now is the favorite to win the
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