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brian billuck and thom (whatever his last name is) who called the game yesterday, they made sooooooooooooo many mistakes. Lets count them from what i can remember

-calling jason snelling aaron snelling

-calling tony gonzales anthony

-calling greg toler thomas decoud, and vice versa because they both were #28.

-4th qtr became the 4th inning and obviously tim lincecum (pitcher for the giants) plays for the falcons because derek anderson was facing pressure from him all game.

There were so many more mistakes, and they call themselves "experts"...

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brian billuck and thom (whatever his last name is) who called the game yesterday, they made sooooooooooooo many mistakes. Lets count them from what i can remember

-calling jason snelling aaron snelling

-calling tony gonzales anthony

-calling greg toler thomas decoud, and vice versa because they both were #28.

-4th qtr became the 4th inning and obviously tim lincecum (pitcher for the giants) plays for the falcons because derek anderson was facing pressure from him all game.

There were so many more mistakes, and they call themselves "experts"...

Thats why I mute the TV and listen to the radio while watching

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brian billuck and thom (whatever his last name is) who called the game yesterday, they made sooooooooooooo many mistakes. Lets count them from what i can remember

-calling jason snelling aaron snelling

-calling tony gonzales anthony

-calling greg toler thomas decoud, and vice versa because they both were #28.

-4th qtr became the 4th inning and obviously tim lincecum (pitcher for the giants) plays for the falcons because derek anderson was facing pressure from him all game.

There were so many more mistakes, and they call themselves "experts"...

Ehm - his name IS Anthony David Gonzales...

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Brian Billick and Mike Smith are brother-in-laws. Mike is married to Brian's sister. He calls a good game usually with some good insights. I was at the game yesterday and similar mistakes were being made by the Falcons announcer. At one point, Dunta Robinson defended a pass and out came..."pass broken up by #23 Chris Houston" :blink:

Let's give them the benefit of the doubt and call them rusty in the first few games of the season.

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they also accused sean weatherspoon of the late hit out of bounds which it was actually william moore. then spoon recorded his first career sack and they were all about how he could now show his face to the coaching staff due to the personal foul the play before...their play by play and color were particularly unprofessional yesterday.

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brian billuck and thom (whatever his last name is) who called the game yesterday, they made sooooooooooooo many mistakes. Lets count them from what i can remember

-calling jason snelling aaron snelling

-calling tony gonzales anthony

-calling greg toler thomas decoud, and vice versa because they both were #28.

-4th qtr became the 4th inning and obviously tim lincecum (pitcher for the giants) plays for the falcons because derek anderson was facing pressure from him all game.

There were so many more mistakes, and they call themselves "experts"...

Not only that, and I'm sure this is a network issue but switching back and forth between the Falcons and Bears game (Sunday Ticket vs. Fox) The sound level was so much louder during the bears game and I actually had to turn my TV volume up all the way for the Falcons game. Still loud but it was almost like nobody was at the game...

The mistakes you mentioned plus the sound issues lead me to believe this just wasn't a very high profile game for anyone other then Falcons and Cardinal fans so no extra effort/attention was put into it. Either way I still like Brian Billick but I could just tell it wasn't made to be a very exciting game... and for the latter half of it it really wasn't all that exciting but I sure do enjoy the relaxation from a win like this.

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Sure, the many miscues by the announcers were a little troubling to the more knowledgeable fans. But Billick made up for all when he told his Ovie Mughelli story. If you missed it, Ovie played for Billick back in Baltimore, and Billick mentioned talking to Ovie at one time about his college days. Ovie told Brian that Wake Forest was a really good school, "as good as any of those schools in the Ivory League".

You can bet that one will be making the rounds in the locker room this week.

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Yeah, they made some mistakes, but they were MUCH better than "moose and goose". Those guys make twice as many mistakes, and what's worse, they're biased against the Falcons. And moose keeps saying the same ting over and over (and it will be the most inane point ... not even worth saying once, let alone repeating).

So I enjoyed the commentators yesterday. It was funny how they had never heard of Snelling.

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thomas edward brady jr= tom brady

elisha nelson manning = eli manning (wow) had to look that one up.

matthew schaub= matt schaub

Do you see any of these players being called by their whole names?????no you dont..

no but it isn't incorrect to call some one their full name. there was nothing wrong with this call.... now for the rest of the calls.... smh

i don't know who let these guys call the game today.

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Brian Billick and Mike Smith are brother-in-laws. Mike is married to Brian's sister. He calls a good game usually with some good insights. I was at the game yesterday and similar mistakes were being made by the Falcons announcer. At one point, Dunta Robinson defended a pass and out came..."pass broken up by #23 Chris Houston" :blink:

Let's give them the benefit of the doubt and call them rusty in the first few games of the season.

Not that it matters but yesterday during the broadcast they mentioned that He (Billick) and Smith were brothers in law and that they were married to sisters. Not sure which is true but Billick agreed with the statement.

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