FOX Sports presents full coverage of Super Bowl LI with SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED, THE HERD WITH COLIN COWHERD, GARBAGE TIME WITH KATIE NOLAN: SUPER BOWL SPECIAL, FOX SPORTS LIVE WITH JAY & DAN, SPEAK FOR YOURSELF and NASCAR RACE HUB live from Houston’s Discovery Green as part of SUPER BOWL WEEK on FS1.
Below are highlights from this morning’s edition of SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED. Highlights from this afternoon’s programming and confirmed guests for tomorrow’s shows will be distributed later today.
Top Video Highlights:
- Antonio Brown brings the debate to UNDISPUTED, comparing Shannon Sharpe to Tony Gonzalez and Skip Bayless to Stephen A. Smith. FS1’s Cris Carter makes a drive by appearance to weigh-in as well.
- Antonio Brown says he has regrets for filming the Steelers locker room on Facebook Live.
- Shannon Sharpe reacts to Le’Veon Bell talking to TMZ Sports but not coming on Undisputed to talk to Skip.
- AJ Green explains what makes Julio Jones and Julian Edelman such tough matchups
Drew Brees reveals why he won’t make a Super Bowl prediction:
“I’m not making a prediction. We play both these teams this year. Why would I arm them with something to have against me in seven months? But listen, I would say this. I think Atlanta is the hottest team right now in regards to just their confidence level. But New England has been here before and New England is New England. I think the first quarter of this game will tell you a lot because Atlanta is a fast-starting team. In the last eight weeks, I think they have probably scored a touchdown on their first possession about every game. They have gotten out to big leads. This game is a bit different. You try to tell yourself the Super Bowl is like any other game but you step out there and the emotions and everything else take over. And if New England can jump out, then I think that’s a different situation than Atlanta is used to. That might set the tone for the game.”
Dan Marino predicts an Atlanta-winning field goal to end Super Bowl LI:
“Looking at their offense and how high-powered they are, their ability to run it and throw it. Matt Ryan is on a season to probably win the MVP. I think defensively they’re young but they’re good enough to stop New England enough…I think it’s going to be a close game. Late in the game Atlanta goes on a drive and kicks a field goal to win. That kind of game. Close and high scoring.”
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