‘Fox NFL Sunday’ Hires ‘Comedic Prognosticator’ to Replace Frank Caliendo

Aug 27, 2012  •  Post A Comment

"Fox NFL Sunday" has hired a "comedic prognosticator," replacing Frank Caliendo, B&C reports. The job goes to the man who recently hosted the ESPY Awards, comedian Rob Riggle.

Riggle will contribute a weekly segment in which he challenges the show’s analysts over who can most accurately predict the most games, the story reports.

Riggle, who is known for his work as a correspondent on "The Daily Show" from 2006-2008, will play off of analysts Terry Bradshaw, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson and Howie Long.

"I’m very excited to join the ‘Fox NFL Sunday’ team! Wait, what does NFL stand for again?" Riggle said.


  1. I understand replacing Caliendo, but not with Riggle, who totally bombed as host of the ESPYs. But what can you expect of the company that hired blowhard Rush Limbaugh for Monday Night Football?

  2. Oops! I meant what can you expect of the company responsible for Faux News and Rupert Murdoch!

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