‘Sunday Night Football’ Hype Video Starring Jon Hamm Reminds Us Just How Magical The Last NFL Season Was

'Sunday Night Football' Hype Video Starring Jon Hamm Reminds Us Just How Magical The Last NFL Season Was

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The NFL is finally back in regular season action this week. The 2022 NFL season kicks off on Thursday night with the reigning Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams hosting the Buffalo Bills. That’s followed by a full slate of Sunday games (4 afternoon games), Sunday Night Football, and a lone MNF game in Week 1.

Week 1 of NBC’s Sunday Night Football will feature two of the NFL’s biggest attractions: the Dallas Cowboys versus Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There was a time in recent years when the Bucs were lucky to get one primetime game throughout an entire season but the arrival of the GOAT, Tom Brady, changed everything.

Now when the Bucs play on Sunday Night Football they roll out Hollywood A-List star and BroBible friend Jon Hamm to narrate a hype video about the NFL season. You KNOW it’s going to be good when they get Don Draper to narrate the video…

New ‘Sunday Night Football’ Hype Video Starring Jon Hamm

This will be the first NBC Sunday Night Football without Al Michaels in longer than I can remember. Mike Tirico will be replacing Al Michaels in the booth alongside Cris Collinsworth and Melissa Stark will make her SNF debut.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus Dallas Cowboys, who ya got?

I’m a born-and-raised Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan. I’ll be rooting hard for them this game, but I have to admit that I’m feeling pretty uneasy on the eve of a new season.

We have the oldest roster in the NFL and a new offensive line protecting the oldest NFL player in the league. Tom Brady is the goat. There’s no doubt about that an nobody I’d rather have as our quarterback. But it feels like we’re two paces ahead of Father Time this season and I worry it could blow up in our faces…

The Buccaneers are 1.5-point favorites over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football. That line will certainly change but the game is in Dallas which at least indicates Vegas believes Tampa is the better, more prepared team. We’ll soon find out if that’s true or not!

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