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An NFL Films production, "NFL Matchup" is definitely a show for football junkies. Unlike traditional football preview programs, this one gives fans an in-depth look at some of Sunday's games by breaking down the strategy and tactics -- the Xs and Os -- through the exclusive use of team-supplied footage. That type of film study is a forte of former NFL player and executive Louis Riddick and NFL Films producer Greg Cosell, whose work is featured here alongside host Sal Paolantonio.

Latest episodes

aired 106 days ago
NFL insiders Sal Paolantonio, Matt Bowen, and Greg Cosell examine the skill sets of the top college prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft and project how they'll perform at the next level.
aired 106 days ago
NFL insiders Sal Paolantonio, Matt Bowen, and Greg Cosell examine the skill sets of the top college prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft and project how they'll perform at the next level.
aired 187 days ago
Trey Wingo returns to host a special Super Bowl edition of the X's and O's film show with NFL writer and analyst Matt Bowen and NFL Films' Greg Cosell.
aired 470 days ago
A look ahead to the NFL Draft.
aired 470 days ago
Host Sal Paolantonio along with analysts Greg Cosell and Matt Bowen analyze the game tape of current draft prospects and examine whose skills translate best to the NFL.
aired 834 days ago
A preview of the 2018 NFL Draft.
aired 834 days ago
Louis Riddick, Sal Paolantonio and Greg Cosell bring viewers inside the film room for the Xs and Os analysis of the NFL Draft.
aired 1,199 days ago
A preview of key weekend matchups.
aired 1,202 days ago
NFL experts and analysts discuss the upcoming draft.

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