List of NFL on Fox commentators

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This is a list of the NFL on Fox game announcers:

List of current announcers[edit]

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  • Dean Blandino: rules analyst (2017–present)
  • Terry Bradshaw: studio co-host (1994–present); TNF studio analyst (2018–present); rotating analyst (2019–present)
  • Tim Brando: fill-in play-by-play (2014–present)
  • Joe Buck: play-by-play (regional play-by-play 1994–97, 2001; #1 2002–present); studio host: (2006); Thursday Night Football main play-by-play (2018–present)
  • Kevin Burkhardt: play-by-play (2013–present; #2 2014–present)

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  • Lindsay Czarniak: full-time sideline reporter (2020–present); rotating sideline reporter (2019)

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  • Joe Davis: rotating play-by-play (2015–present)

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  • Jen Hale: full-time sideline reporter (2020–present); rotating sideline reporter (2011–2019)
  • Brock Huard: analyst (2020–present)

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  • Curt Menefee: studio host (2007–present); part-time studio host (2006); play-by-play (1998–2005); part–time play-by-play (2006); New York sideline reporter (1997–98); NFL Network Special play-by-play (2018)
  • Matt Millen: analyst (1994–2000, 2015–present)
  • Chris Myers: postseason sideline reporter, regular season play-by-play (2003–present); fill-in studio host (2020)

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A-team intradivisional breakdown[edit]

1994-2001[edit]

Here are the 1994-2001 National Football Conference divisional games called by Pat Summerall and John Madden.

Year Week Teams
1994 3 Redskins at Giants (E)
4 Saints at 49ers (W)
6 Redskins at Cowboys (E)
7 Eagles at Cowboys (E)
8 Cowboys at Cardinals (E)
12 Redskins at Cowboys (E)
14 Falcons at 49ers (W)
16 Giants at Eagles (E)
17 Cowboys at Giants (E)
1995 1 49ers at Saints (W)
4 Cardinals at Cowboys (E)
8 49ers at Rams (W)
10 Panthers at 49ers (W)
14 Redskins at Cowboys (E)
15 Cowboys at Eagles (E)
16 Giants at Cowboys (E)
1996
1 Eagles at Redskins (E)
2 Giants at Cowboys (E)
3 Redskins at Giants (E)
5 Falcons at 49ers (W)
6 Packers at Bears (C)
7 Cardinals at Cowboys (E)
10 Eagles at Cowboys (E)
13 Redskins at Eagles (E)
14 Rams at Saints (W)
15 Cowboys at Cardinals (E)
17 Cowboys at Redskins (E)
1997
3 Saints at 49ers (W)
4 Vikings at Packers (C)
6 Buccaneers at Packers (C)
7 Rams at 49ers (W)
9 Cowboys at Eagles (E)
12 Redskins at Cowboys (E)
17 Giants at Cowboys (E)
1998 1 Redskins at Giants (E)
3 Lions at Vikings (C)
8 Vikings at Lions (C)
10 Giants at Cowboys (E)
11 Cowboys at Cardinals (E)
12 Packers at Vikings (C)
16 Eagles at Cowboys (E)
17 Rams at 49ers (W)
1999
2 Redskins at Giants (E)
3 Vikings at Packers (C)
4 Cardinals at Cowboys (E)
5 Cowboys at Eagles (E)
7 Redskins at Cowboys (E)
9 Bears at Packers (C)
11 Rams at 49ers (W)
12 Cardinals at Giants (E)
14 Lions at Buccaneers (C)
17 Lions at Vikings (C)
2000 1 Eagles at Cowboys (E)
4 Rams at Falcons (W)
6 Redskins at Eagles (E)
9 Vikings at Buccaneers (C)
10 Cowboys at Eagles (E)
13 Saints at Rams (W)
14 Giants at Redskins (E)
2001
2 Rams at 49ers (W)
3 Buccaneers at Vikings (C)
4 Packers at Buccaneers (C)
6 Packers at Vikings (C)
7 Saints at Rams (W)
8 Buccaneers at Packers (C)
9 Saints at 49ers (W)
10 Bears at Buccaneers (C)
12 Rams at Falcons (W)
13 49ers at Rams (W)
14 Buccaneers at Bears (C)
16 Vikings at Packers (C)
17 49ers at Saints (W)

2002-2008[edit]

These are intradivisional the regular season games that Troy Aikman has called beginning in 2002. This is broken down by division, and only features matchups within the division. This does not include Thanksgiving games since those always get the top team.

Year Week Teams
2002 3 Packers at Lions (N)
5 Rams at 49ers (W)
8 Buccaneers at Panthers (S)
10 Lions at Packers (N)
14 Falcons at Buccaneers (S)
17 Eagles at Giants (E)
2003
2 49ers at Rams (W)
3 Buccaneers at Falcons (S)
5 Redskins at Eagles (E)
7 Eagles at Giants (E)
9 Redskins at Cowboys (E)
10 Buccaneers at Panthers (S)
14 Cowboys at Eagles (E)
15 Seahawks at Rams (W)
2004 2 Redskins at Giants (E)
10 Vikings at Packers (N)
12 Eagles at Giants (E)
16 Packers at Vikings (N)
17 Packers at Bears (N)
2005
2 Lions at Bears (N)
5 Eagles at Cowboys (E)
6 Giants at Cowboys (E)
9 Panthers at Buccaneers (S)
11 Eagles at Giants (E)
13 Cowboys at Giants (E)
14 Giants at Eagles (E)
15 Cowboys at Redskins (E)
17 Redskins at Eagles (E)
2006 2 Giants at Eagles (E)
4 Saints at Panthers (S)
5 Cowboys at Eagles (E)
9 Cowboys at Redskins (E)
13 Cowboys at Giants (E)
15 Eagles at Giants (E)
2007
3 Giants at Redskins (E)
10 Cowboys at Giants (E)
11 Redskins at Cowboys (E)
15 Eagles at Cowboys (E)
16 Packers at Bears (N)
17 Cowboys at Redskins (E)
2008 4 Redskins at Cowboys (E)
5 Redskins at Eagles (E)
9 Cowboys at Giants (E)
10 Packers at Vikings (N)
11 Bears at Packers (N)
13 Giants at Redskins (E)

Games during the baseball postseason (since 2002)[edit]

Here are the games that Troy Aikman (and Cris Collinsworth from 2002-04) did color when Joe Buck was calling postseason baseball. Buck also spent the last two weeks of the 2006 season in the Fox Sports studio in Los Angeles. The play-by-play announcers who substituted for Buck are in parenthesis.

Year Week Teams
2002 (Dick Stockton)
6 Green Bay-New England
7 Tampa Bay-Philadelphia
8 Tampa Bay-Carolina
2003 (Dick Stockton)
6 Tampa Bay-Washington
7 Philadelphia-New York Giants
8 New York Giants-Minnesota
2004 (Dick Stockton)
6 Seattle-New England
7 Dallas-Green Bay
8 New York Giants-Minnesota
2005 (Dick Stockton)
6 New York Giants-Dallas
7 Dallas-Seattle
8 Philadelphia-Denver
2006 (Dick Stockton) 6 Philadelphia-New Orleans
7 Washington-Indianapolis
8 Atlanta-Cincinnati
16 New Orleans-New York Giants
17 Atlanta-Philadelphia
2007 (Kenny Albert) 6 Washington-Green Bay
7 Minnesota-Dallas
8 Washington-New England
2008 (Dick Stockton) 6 Dallas-Arizona
7 San Francisco-New York Giants
8 New York Giants-Pittsburgh
2009 (Thom Brennaman)
6 New York Giants-New Orleans
7 Atlanta-Dallas
8 Minnesota-Green Bay

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