Last year we started a tradition of comparing the new announcers Added to the roster of major national outlets for the NFL season. (Here's last year's Post .) In this comparison, we'll compare the importance of new hires, major movers, and some guys who Added side jobs this season. The 10 level indicates the announcers with the best replica Baume & Mercier 8597 Ladie's watch chance of a national splash; the 1 level is for announcers who you probably won't even notice in 2010.10 Jim Mora, Fox The younger of the coaches named Mora, who was the Sea hawks' head coach last year, will move onto Fox's No. 3 announcing team with Dick Stockton and Charles Davis.
That's a soft landing spot for Mora, because Davis is a pro who will allow Mora to feel comfortable finding things to say instead of forcing out comments after every play. But Mora will face the challenge that all former coaches have especially those who have dreams of coaching once again. Can he be critical? Can he be honest? Or replica Baume & Mercier 8347 Men's watch will he pull punches in an effort to avoid enemies? Mora has the gumption to be honest, and if he does he could develop a la Brian Billick. But if Mora doesn't do so, it'll be incredibly easy for Fox to move him down the roster or off it entirely. Still, Mora has the privilege of one of the higher profile new announcing gigs.
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