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Here Are The NFL Network Programming Notes For Super Bowl XLIV Week

Sunday, January 31, 2010 , Posted by Christopher Byrne at 3:35 PM, under ,

Years ago, many years ago, before the advent of cable television, one had few choices where to get their pre-Super Bowl information fix. Now that some people have access to the NFL Network, they can get a totally football-focused fix. So here are the NFL Network Programming Notes For Super Bowl XLIV Week.



NFL Network Programming Notes For Super Bowl XLIV Week

Sunday, January 31

* Postgame coverage from 2010 Pro Bowl and a preview of Super Bowl week

Monday, February 1 – Presented by Motorola

* Full coverage of Colts and Saints team arrivals from South Beach
* Reports from both AFC and NFC team hotels

Tuesday, February 2 – Presented by Golden Corral

* Recap of Super Bowl XLIV Media Day from Sun Life Stadium

Wednesday, February 3 – Presented by Verizon Wireless

LIVE from Super Bowl Media Center (11:00 AM-6:00 PM ET)

* Live coverage and sound from New Orleans Saints media availability
* Cardinals QB Kurt Warner
* Jets QB Mark Sanchez
* Former Steelers RB Jerome Bettis
* 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame nominee Emmitt Smith
* Deion Sanders 1-on-1 with Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald
* Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer
* NFL VP of Officiating Mike Pereira


Thursday, February 4

LIVE from Super Bowl Media Center (11:00 AM-6:00 PM ET)

* Super Bowl pregame entertainment press conference with Queen Latifah and Carrie Underwood
* Super Bowl halftime entertainment press conference with ‘The Who’
* Live coverage and sound from New Orleans Saints media availability
* Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly
* Deion Sanders 1-on-1 with Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco
* Deion Sanders 1-on-1 with Giants DE Osi Umenyiora
* Hall of Fame QB Joe Montana & former 49ers teammate Dwight Clark
* Deion Sanders 1-on-1 with Bills WR Terrell Owens
* Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer

LIVE from South Beach (7:00-8:30 PM ET)

* Steelers WR Hines Ward (guest analyst)

Friday, February 5 – Powered by Under Armour

LIVE press conference coverage from Super Bowl Media Center (8:00-1:00 PM ET)

* Colts head coach Jim Caldwell press conference
* Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year press conference
* Saints head coach Sean Payton press conference
* NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell press conference

LIVE from South Beach (1:00-6:30 & 7:00-8:30 PM ET)

* Former University of Texas QB Colt McCoy
* CBS News’ Bob Scheiffer
* Giants QB Eli Manning
* Eagles QB Donovan McNabb (guest analyst)

Saturday, February 6 – Powered by WHEATIES FUEL

LIVE from Media Center (4:30-5:00 PM ET)

* Coverage of 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame Announcement Show

LIVE from South Beach (7:00-8:30 PM ET)

* Dolphins LB Joey Porter (guest analyst)

2010 PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCEMENT SHOW, PRESENTED BY VAN HEUSEN SATURDAY AT 5:00 PM ET

The NFL’s next class of players to earn the distinguished honor of being named the greatest to play the game will be announced exclusively on NFL Network. Van Heusen presents the 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame Announcement Show Saturday at 5:00 PM ET live from the Super Bowl Media Center.

Following a year-long selection process, the 2010 enshrinees have been chosen from a pool of 17 finalists voted upon by a selection committee of 44 media members. Hall of Famer Steve Young joins NFL Network’s Rich Eisen, Michael Irvin, Rod Woodson and Stacey Dales for coverage of announcement show.

THE COACHES SHOW PRESENTED BY TRAVELERS: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 & THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4 AT 6:00 PM ET

Super Bowl week features two episodes of The Head Coaches Wednesday, February 3 and Thuarsday, February 4 at 6:30 PM ET from South Florida. Steve Mariucci, joined by host Fran Charles and guest analyst Jim Mora discuss the all the decision-making and preparation that Colts head coach Jim Caldwell and Saints head coach Sean Payton will face all week long heading into Super Bowl XLIV. Additional guests include Titans head coach Jeff Fisher and NFL VP of Officiating Mike Pereira.

FULL COVERAGE FROM SOUTH FLORDIA OF SUPER BOWL XLIV AVAILABLE ON NFL.COM:

In addition of NFL Network’s coverage, fans can also experience all aspects of Super Bowl XLIV on NFL.COM with dynamic video programming, new community features and in-depth event coverage.

Fans can watch live online streaming of all of the week’s biggest events including Super Bowl Media Day, the Commissioner’s news conference and the announcement of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2010.

At Super Bowl Media Day Tuesday, February 2 at 10:00 AM ET, users have their choice of 12 camera views at the 12 podiums featuring players from each team, as well as one camera with NFL Network reporter and NFL RedZone host Scott Hanson exploring the event.

NFL SUPER BOWL CLASSICS: FIVE MEMORABLE GAMES MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1 –SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6

Monday, February 1 at 8:30 PM & 1:00 AM ET – Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots

A stunning catch by Giants WR David Tyree on critical 3rd-and-5 helped keep the Giants’ game-winning drive alive that was sealed by QB Eli Manning’s 13-yard TD pass to WR Plaxico Burress for a 17-14 win over New England.

Tuesday, February 2 at 8:30 PM & 1:00 AM ET – Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

49ers WR Jerry Rice earned Super Bowl MVP honors, connecting with QB Joe Montana on 11 receptions for a record 215 yards to booth San Francisco to its third Super Bowl title with a 20-16 win over Cincinnati. Montana also had a record-setting day finishing 23-36 for 357 yards and two touchdowns.

Wednesday, February 3 at 9:30 PM & 3:00 AM ET – Super Bowl XXX: Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

After losing in Super Bowl X and XIII to the Steelers, the Cowboys earned their first Super Bowl victory over Pittsburgh and the NFC’s 12th consecutive league title over the AFC with a 27-17 win in Super Bowl XXX. Dallas CB Larry Brown’s two interceptions led to 14 second-half points for the Cowboys, sealing the win and a Super Bowl MVP honor for Brown.

Thursday, February 4 at 9:30 PM & 3:00 AM ET – Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis Colts vs. Chicago Bears (includes halftime performance by Prince)

Colts QB Peyton Manning earned his first Super Bowl ring, accompanied with a Super Bowl MVP honor as Indianapolis defeated the Chicago Bears 29-17 in Miami.

Saturday, February 6 at 9:30 PM & 3:00 AM ET – Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals (includes halftime performance by Bruce Springsteen)

A 100-yd TD return by Steelers LB James Harrison gave the Steelers momentum at the close of the first half, but a six-yard touchdown catch by WR Santonio Holmes with 35 seconds left on the clock sealed the 27-23 win over Arizona for Pittsburgh’s record-setting sixth Super Bowl victory

Super Bowl Classics is the only show on television where fans can catch complete network broadcasts of classic NFL Super Bowl matchups.


THIS WEEK ON PLAYBOOK PRESENTED BY COORS LIGHT: INDIANAPOLIS COLTS & NEW ORLEANS SAINTS EDITIONS FEATURING INTERVIEWS WITH SEAN PAYTON, PEYTON MANNING, RAHEEM BROCK AND GARY BRACKETT


Wednesday, February 3 at 6:30 PM ET – New Orleans Saints defense edition – Sterling Sharpe, Brian Baldinger and Joe Theismann discuss:

* Brian Billick explains how the Saints defense can continue its ball-hawking ways
* How the Saints front-seven will try to shut down the Colts offense
* Why the Saints might struggle to contain RB Joseph Addai
* Why TE Dallas Clark could have a field day against the Saints defense

Thursday, February 4 at 6:30 PM ET – Indianapolis Colts defense edition – Sterling Sharpe, Brian Baldinger and Joe Theismann discuss:

* Saints head coach Sean Payton explains how QB Drew Brees can deal with the Colts blitz schemes
* LB Gary Brackett goes into the film room to break down the basics of the Colts pass defense
* What the Colts secondary needs to do to prevent big plays by Drew Brees
* How the Colts linebackers will attack the Saints running game

Friday, February 5 at 6:30 PM ET – New Orleans Saints offense edition – Sterling Sharpe, Brian Baldinger and Joe Theismann discuss:

* Sean Payton goes into the film room to explain some of the different ways QB Drew Brees can keep the Colts defense off-balance
* Why the Saints running game could pose problems for the Colts defense
* How the Saints offense use multiple formations to create mismatches
* Why the Saints offense could be its own worst enemy against the Colts Defense

Saturday, February 6 at 6:30 PM ET – Indianapolis Colts offense edition – Sterling Sharpe, Brian Baldinger and Joe Theismann discuss:

* Brian Billick analyzes how the Colts can keep their offense on schedule against the Saints pass rush
* Mike Mayock goes into the film room to show how the Saints defense will try to generate pressure against Peyton Manning
* How the Colts offensive line will give Peyton Manning time to make throws
* How WR Austin Collie and TE Dallas Clark are the same players in different bodies

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