Rod Woodson returns for a second season as a game analyst for Westwood One’s coverage of the NFL on Sunday afternoons. Woodson initially joined the network in 2012 as an analyst for NCAA Football broadcasts.
Rod played in three Super Bowls during his 17-year career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders. He holds the career record for most interceptions returned for a touchdown with 12, and is third all-time with 71 interceptions overall.
Woodson was elected to the Pro Bowl eleven times, was named to the NFL 75th Anniversary Team, and was the 1993 NFL Defensive Player of the Year. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009.
LOS ANGELES, CA – The defending champions are down, but they are not yet out. The Philadelphia Eagles stayed a half-game out of a Wild Card spot and a game out of first place in the NFC East with a 30-23 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night.…Read More »
ARLINGTON, TX – Dak Prescott threw a pair of touchdown passes to Amari Cooper, Zeke Elliott rushed for 121 yards and a score and Prescott added a five-yard touchdown run as the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Washington Redskins 31-23 on Thanksgiving Day. Brandon Gaudin and Rod Woodson called the action…Read More »
SANTA CLARA, CA – Eli Manning engineered a game-winning drive for the 36th time in his NFL career as the New York Giants rallied past the San Francisco 49ers for a 27-23 win on Monday night. Manning’s 3-yard touchdown pass to Sterling Shepard with :53 left in the game proved…Read More »
HOUSTON, TX – Deshaun Watson threw five touchdown passes as the Houston Texans won for the fifth straight game, this time 42-23 over the Miami Dolphins on Thursday Night Football. Houston improved to 5-3 on the season. Miami dropped to 4-4. Ian Eagle and Rod Woodson called the action on…Read More »
KANSAS CITY, MO – Patrick Mahomes tossed another four touchdown passes as the Kansas City Chiefs destroyed the Cincinnati Bengals 45-10 on Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium. Kevin Kugler and Rod Woodson called the action on Westwood One.Read More »
And so it all comes down to this. In the grand tradition of game shows, the final round has the highest value – and if the Seattle Seahawks beat the New England Patriots, James Lofton will win his first pick ’em title. If the Patriots win, Mark Malone will pip…Read More »
GLENDALE, AZ – Matt Ryan threw a pair of late touchdown passes as Team Irvin rallied past Team Carter to win the 2015 Pro Bowl 32-28 on Sunday night at University of Phoenix Stadium. Ryan hit Emmanuel Sanders at the end of the third quarter to cut into a 28-19…Read More »