Sport Nickelodeon gave us a lovely postgame kid reporter interview with Deebo Samuel
49ers beat Texans, move closer to playoffs
The 49ers haven’t clinched a playoff berth yet, but they took a step closer to that goal on Sunday. Trey Lance threw a pair of touchdowns and the defense pitched a shutout after halftime to beat the Texans 23-7 at home. They’ll be in the playoffs if the Saints lose to the Panthers or with [more]Trey Lance threw a pair of touchdowns and the defense pitched a shutout after halftime to beat the Texans 23-7 at home. They’ll be in the playoffs if the Saints lose to the Panthers or with a win against the Rams in Week 18, although there will be other scenarios for them to back in with other results in the final week as well.
For the, the Nickelodeon Wild Card simulcast was a solid success.
We already coveredwhen the broadcast gave us a parody of Monday Night Football with the Mannings.
But in a more substantial example of how fun it can be do change up the audience for an NFL game, here’s the postgame interview with Young Dylan and Deebo Samuel. The NFL Twittter caption calls it wholesome, and while that word gets thrown around a lot for social media clips, it’s hard to imagine a better use for it than here.
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'It's going to be truly special': 2022 NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon announcers dish on Sunday's game
Noah Eagle and Gabrielle Nevaeh Green spoke with CBS Sports ahead of their kid-centric NFL broadcast of 49ers-CowboysCBS Sports analyst Nate Burleson, play-by-play broadcaster Noah Eagle and Nick star Gabrielle Nevaeh Green will return in the booth while Nick star Young Dylan will serve as a sideline reporter for the first time.
— NFL (@NFL)
Does Young Dylan dive deep into X’s and O’s there? No, of course not. But that’s not the job for this game, because that’s not the audience. (And hey, he did ask about being used as a running back and at wideout!)
Plus the way he phrased the question about what Samuel was thinking at the end of the game is perfect; it wasn’t a “Talk about how you feel!” setup, it was instead very relevant considering just how wild an ending that game had.
It was just a nice, fun moment at the end of a broadcast, where we got to see how a star NFL player interacts with someone very different than he usually would after a big game. The Nick simulcasts aren’t for everyone, but it’s great they exist and hopefully we got more of them going forward.
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