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Is ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown’s ratings drop cause for concern or part of the process?

Without familiar faces such as Tom Jackson, Mike Ditka, Cris Carter, and Keyshawn Johnson, the 2016 edition of ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown needed to do something to catch your attention. The new crew consisting Trent Dilfer, Matt Hasselbeck, Randy Moss, and Charles Woodson didn’t quite light a fire under audiences, even if longtime host Chris Berman […] The post Is ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown’s ratings drop cause for concern or part of the process? appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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