Tuesday, October 15th, 2013


FNIA Coach’s Clicker to Examine Broncos-Colts, Peyton Manning’s Return To Indianapolis and Biggest Games of Week 7

NFL Turning Point to Include In-Depth Look Back at Packers-Ravens and Saints-Patriots, Analyzes New England’s Final Drive En Route to Late Victory

STAMFORD, Conn. – October 15, 2013 – NBCSN’s in-depth coverage of the 2013 NFL season continues on Wednesday night with new episodes of FNIA Coach’s Clicker at 5 p.m. ET and NFL Turning Point at 11 p.m. ET.

FNIA Coach’s Clicker, NBCSN’s new weekly half-hour NFL studio show that dovetails off of Football Night in America, will provide an in-depth Xs-and-Os preview of the biggest games coming up in Week 7 of the season. FNIA Coach’s Clicker host Liam McHugh will be joined by Super Bowl-winning head coach Tony Dungy and two-time Super Bowl winner Rodney Harrison, who will preview this week’s Sunday Night Football matchup between the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts, as QB Peyton Manning makes his long-awaited return to Indianapolis. In addition, Dungy and Harrison will look ahead to Patriots-Jets, Ravens-Steelers, 49ers-Titans, and Texans-Chiefs.

FNIA Coach’s Clicker analyzes how Manning will handle his emotional return to Indianapolis. Dungy and Harrison will also compare and contrast the styles of Manning and current Colts QB Andrew Luck, and examine the impacts of two of their favorite targets, Broncos WR Wes Welker and Colts WR Reggie Wayne.

NFL Turning Point, hosted by Football Night In America’s Dan Patrick, will take a look back at Week 6 in the NFL and focus on the crucial “turning point” moments that ultimately defined the outcome of the Saints-Patriots and Packers-Ravens.

This week’s episode of NFL Turning Point breaks down the conclusion to a wild second half between the Saints and Patriots, as QB Tom Brady found WR Kenbrell Thompkins in the end zone in the game’s final seconds to win the game for New England.

NFL Turning Point also studies the defensive battle between the Packers and Ravens, and how Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers struggled in the first half against a stingy Baltimore defense, before finding his rhythm and icing the game with a 52-yard pass to TE Jermichael Finley on Packers’ final drive.