Football Night in America

Season 8 Episode 16

Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Dec 08, 2013 on NBC
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Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints
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The team presents highlights and analysis of Week 14 Sunday action and sets the stage for the Sunday night game between the Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints from Mercedes-Benz Superdome in Gillette Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The game report can be found here.

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      • Mike Florio: There's been a lot of criticism recently of the officiating and there is a potentially significant change looming on the horizon. I'm told in recent months there have been discussions about taking the replay review function out of the stadiums, out of the hands of the referees, and moving it to a central location such as the league office in New York City, which is what the NHL already does with its replay reviews. Expect those discussions to continue if not intensify, Peter.
        Peter King: And, Mike, it's not just the uniformity of the calls that the league is concerned with; it's the game times. Right now, games last more than three hours and eight minutes a game. That's up five minutes over five years, but I don't see this being implemented in 2014, it'll be 2015 at the earliest, Mike.

      • Dan Patrick: The closing minutes of some of the early games was stunning today. Tony, what's your headline?
        Tony Dungy: Dan, I get so frustrated watching people not know how to play situational football, but good teams like New England and Baltimore know how to keep their poise in the final minute.

      • (on Peyton Manning)
        Tony Dungy: I had a sneaky feeling he was going to play well today. With all the talk about he can't play in cold weather. It was 13 degrees in Denver and you saw a lot of Peyton Manning, 397 yards, four touchdowns, using everyb9ody. I think he was determined to show people he can play in cold weather.

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