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The Emmy-winning "Inside the NFL" series has been going strong for well over 30 years, even after moving from HBO to Showtime before the 2008 NFL season. The cast may change every few years, with various hosts and analysts offering their take on football action, but the content has remained fairly consistent since its 1977 debut. In-depth highlights of that week's games, feature segments, and predictions are still the core of the show airing weekly during the NFL season and through the postseason. In 2014 wide receiver Brandon Marshall became an analyst, the first active player to serve in the role in the program's history.

Latest episodes

aired 162 days ago
Analysis and wrap-up from Super Bowl LI; the hosts discuss the hot topics from on and off the field.
aired 162 days ago
Previews, interviews and analysis leading up to Super Bowl LI.
aired 163 days ago
Highlights from the AFC and NFC Conference Championship games and a first look ahead to Super Bowl LI.
aired 163 days ago
Highlights from the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs and a look ahead to the AFC and NFC Conference Championships.
aired 164 days ago
Highlights from the 18th week; Odell Beckham Jr.; the New York Giants' trip to Miami; previews of divisional playoff games.
aired 164 days ago
Highlights from the seventeenth week; the Jets' 2016 season; NFL's "Black Monday"; AFC and NFC wild card games.
aired 188 days ago
Highlights and analysis of all the action from Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.
aired 195 days ago
Examining matchups and storylines heading into Super Bowl LII.
aired 200 days ago
Highlights from the 16th week; a possible Baltimore Ravens playoff run; the future of Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis.
aired 200 days ago
Highlights from the 15th week; a breakdown of the Patriots-Steelers big finish; Jimmy Garoppolo's start with the 49ers.
aired 200 days ago
Highlights from the 14th week.
aired 200 days ago
Highlights from the 13th week; the situation with the Giants; teams that peak at the right time, including the Chargers, Ravens and Seahawks.
aired 200 days ago
Highlights from the 12th week; finding silver linings for struggling franchises; stories about Bill Belichick.
aired 202 days ago
Highlights from the Conference Championships and a first look at the Super Bowl LII matchup.
aired 204 days ago
Highlights from the 11th week; Sean McDermott's decision to bench Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor; the current state of the AFC.
aired 204 days ago
Highlights from the 10th week; playoff chances for AFC South rivals Jacksonville and Tennessee; Jerry Jones' battle with Roger Goodell.
aired 204 days ago
Highlights from the ninth week; Mark Wahlberg discusses his hometown Patriots; considering whether Ben McAdoo has lost control of the Giants.
aired 204 days ago
Highlights of the eighth week; the Jimmy Garoppolo trade; the continued impressive play of the Eagles; Houston's late game play-calling.
aired 205 days ago
Highlights of the seventh week; the success of first-year NFL coaches Sean McVay and Sean McDermott; the Super Bowl chances of AFC teams.
aired 205 days ago
Host James Brown and analysts Phil Simms, Boomer Esiason and Ray Lewis discuss Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins' decision to forgo a long-term deal, the replay rule and the NFC playoff chase.
aired 205 days ago
Highlights from the fifth week; Joe Namath talks about the Jets' strong start; a discussion about the Kansas City Chiefs sustaining their dominance.

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