Cris Collinsworth’s hoarse voice worries NFL fans on social media
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NFL fans who watched the Dallas Cowboys take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their regular season opener on Sunday night have expressed concern for Cris Collinsworth.
Collinsworth, NBC’s longtime broadcaster, took on his regular role as color commentator alongside Mike Tirico, to call the game for the first « Sunday Night Football » broadcast of 2022. However, it appeared Collinsworth was ill.
His raspy voice was on the minds of those watching the game. It was enough for Tirico and Collinsworth to take care of their health in the first quarter of the game.
« I feel good, » Collinsworth said.
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Tirico replied: « You feel good, it’s only two games, three days, red eyes, a bunch of trips. My man is playing badly. »
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However, Collinsworth was talked about on social networks.
The Buccaneers led the Cowboys at halftime 12-3. Both teams had issues with their offensive lines as both teams have injuries in their personnel groups.
The Cowboys sacked Tom Brady twice in the first half even as they allowed him to go 11-for-16 for 160 yards. The team lost Chris Godwin to a hamstring injury.
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Both teams were trying to start the year on the right foot.