The children’s TV network Nickelodeon included something to its playbook on Sunday that had children finding out the game of football, and adult fans enjoying it.

Nickelodeon televised the NFL Wild Card championship game in between the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints, total with expert analysis from a previous player and cartoon graphics to make the broadcast more entertaining.

The crew of lead announcer Noah Eagle and color analysts Nate Burleson and Gabrielle Nevaeh Green brought the action live from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, complete with sideline reporter Lex Lumpkin.

Throughout the very first half when Saints quarterback Drew Brees tossed a goal pass to colleague Michael Thomas, the Nickelodeon broadcast revealed slime spraying from completion zone markers, entirely covering completion zone. The slime occurred for all three Saints goals in their win.

Here’s one video tweet of the slimy touchdown that provided New Orleans a 7-0 lead.

When the Bears kicked a field goal in the second quarter to trim New Orleans’ lead to 7-3, the netting behind the goal post was of Sponge Bob, and the ball cruised toward the undersea character’s mouth.

In the 3rd quarter, Eagle described how huge New Orleans defensive lineman Cameron Jordan is.

Graphics for the red zone– the location in between the objective line and the 20- backyard line– also had fancy cartoon animation, as did the first-down line. Nickelodeon NFL Sports

NFL player Russell Wilson (C) accepts the Best Cannon award with Future Zahir Wilburn (L) and Sienna Princess Wilson (R) onstage during the Nickelodeon Children’ Option Sports 2018 at Barker Garage on July 19, 2018 in Santa Monica, California.
Image by Emma McIntyre/VMN18/ Getty Images For Nickelodeon

The team in the booth discussed whatever from the play clock’s significance, why third down plays are crucial, and the significance of what a catch really is.

The Nickelodeon broadcast was so remarkable that it ended up being a trending subject Sunday on twitter.

The team of Jim Nantz and Tony Romo had the call as the lead NFL commentators on CBS. But some fans decided to see the Nickelodeon lot.

The way they described the Anthony Miller ejection for kids to comprehend on the Nickelodeon broadcast of Saints-Bears is actually cool and a best example of the value it has. evabMNs4

— Jeff Nowak (@Jeff_Nowak) January 10, 2021



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