If Brady frequently harped on players and the level of performance on the field, would he risk becoming the NFL's John Smoltz?
"I'm not always right obviously, no one's always right. But they're gonna ask my opinion, and I'm gonna give it."
If reports are true, Fox now might as well have Brady walk in front of the camera during those "America's Game of the Week" promos.
Rex Ryan, Rodney Harrison, and Boomer Esiason stood out with their commentary on the Tagovailoa story.
“I was able to chat with Romo about just what that transition was like," he said.
"That's the ultimate goal," Burkhardt added. "I could care less about anything else."
Who has the largest uphill climb to make with viewers? Who will thrive in their new roles? Will any of them falter?
“Ultimately, do I think I’ll get back in? Sure,” Payton said.
“I don’t think many of our fans even know who he is. And again, I think he’s very good. But, like, way more know who Gus...
Burkhardt and his analyst partner will be on the call for two of the next three Super Bowl telecasts, which Fox has the rights to.