Boomer Esiason, the lead analyst for Westwood One’s coverage of the NFL, has been part of the Monday Night Football broadcast team for more than a decade and this marks his 18th Super Bowl broadcast for the network (and 19th overall ) — the most ever by any analyst for a Super Bowl. Esiason co-hosts The NFL Today for CBS Sports and also served as the Monday Night Football analyst for ABC Sports for two seasons before joining Westwood One. Boomer also co-hosts the #1 rated morning radio show in New York, heard daily on WFAN, and co-hosts the weekly show, NFL Preview with Scott Graham on Westwood One as well. Prior to embarking on a broadcasting career, Esiason was one of the most prolific quarterbacks in NFL history. He spent 14 years in the NFL and quarterbacked the Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII. In 1988, Esiason was named NFL MVP by the Pro Football Writers of America and the Associated Press. He also was named the 1995 Walter Payton Man of the Year.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – It was deja vu in more ways than one on Thursday night as the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Atlanta Falcons 18-12 in the NFL season opener. The Eagles successfully executed a version of the famed “Philly Special” play from Super Bowl LII and as happened in the…Read More »
Boomer Esiason, one of the most respected and accomplished voices in sports media, has decided not to return as color analyst for Westwood One’s NFL broadcasts after 18 years in the Monday Night Football booth. “It has been an honor to be a member of the Westwood One NFL broadcast…Read More »
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Nick Foles found Zach Ertz for the go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter and the Philadelphia Eagles defense finally made a huge play late as the Eagles captured their first Super Bowl win in franchise history with a 41-33 win over the New England Patriots. Tom…Read More »
Scott Graham, Boomer Esiason and Mike Holmgren co-host the Super Bowl edition of NFL Preview. Guests include Eagles lineman Fletcher Cox, Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola and Pro Football Hall of Famer Rod Woodson.Read More »
As we inch ever closer to Super Sunday, guests on tonight’s show include Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and Patriots offensive tackle Nate Solder. Boomer Esiason co-hosts the show with Scott Graham and Ed Werder stops by with news and notes. We also take you through each team’s road to Super…Read More »
2-2 was the record most common in the Wild Card round, but Tony Boselli picked up some points on the field with a 3-1 mark. Once again this weekend, each correct pick is worth four points as everyone looks to chase down Ross Tucker. Game Boomer Esiason Jason Taylor Kurt…Read More »