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NBC could have used a rules analyst on two crucial Eagles touchdowns

Twice during Sunday night’s Super Bowl, officials on the field used replay to review Eagles touchdowns, and twice NBC commentators Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth were left to analyze the rules in question without the help of any sort of on-air rules analyst. The results were clunky. On the first touchdown, Collinsworth insisted Corey Clement Read more... The post NBC could have used a rules analyst on two crucial Eagles touchdowns appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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