Simms didn’t get to say goodbye until after revealing, of course, what he is benching these days.
CBS lead analyst Phil Simms plans to try to avoid saying “Redskins” during Washington’s nationally-televised game against the New York Giants.
Tuesday night on Showtime’s ‘Inside the NFL,’ Boomer’s buddy Phil Simms had a run-in with a tea bag, as he attempted to sip his tasty, hot beverage…
Football isn’t just taking over CBS on Thursday nights; it’s also taking over some of CBS’ hottest primetime shows this fall too.
To say the relationship between Simms, Boomer and Craigie is a strange one would be putting it mildly, which always make Mr. Phil Simms an entertaining guest.
Mike Ditka has his bust in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and he is one of the most colorful individuals in the game’s legacy. But that doesn’t mean that anyone should listen to Ditka when he decides to bloviate.
Phil Simms has made a personal and public decision that could send a symbolic jolt through the broadcast booths dotting the NFL map this season.
CBS lead analyst Phil Simms is considering referring to the Redskins only as “Washington” when he broadcasts the team’s game against the Giants next month.
It wasn’t all health-related though, as the guys talked about the ever-changing NFL rule book and CBS’ decision to add retired referee Mike Carey to its football coverage.
The great Jim Rome made the announcement Friday on behalf of the Pulse of the People Award committee, revealing this year’s finalists: Craigie, Boomer, Simms, Puma and Christie.
It wasn’t all about the draft though, as Boomer and Mr. Simms are proof positive that you can take a quarterback out of the locker room, but you can’t necessarily take the locker room out of the quarterback.
Simms said the Jets would be crazy to use a pick early on a quarterback, further enforcing the belief that the best way to get the most out of Smith in his second year is to sign a capable veteran free agent to challenge him.
CBS is adding a new package to its already loaded NFL lineup next season. “NFL Network built Thursday into a night for NFL fans,” Commissioner Goodell said. “Our goal is to bring these games to more fans on broadcast television.”
Before the beautiful Katherine Webb made her visit to M&M’s World in Times Square, the guys chatted on the phone with the great Phil Simms.
Manning and Brady will meet Sunday for the 15th time, and the fourth time in the postseason, when the Broncos (14-3) face the Patriots (13-4) in the AFC title game.