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Top Monday Night Football commentators: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 O. J. Simpson (1983–1985; Simpson would replace Cosell on Thursday night games during 1983) 11382
2 Brent Musburger (play-by-play, 1990–1995 and 2002) 6721
3 Howard Cosell (1970–1983) 3285
4 Dick Vermeil (playoffs and Super Bowl, 1990–1995) 2935
5 Steve Young (playoffs and Super Bowl) 2709
6 Dennis Miller (2000–2001) 2557
7 Joe Theismann (Super Bowl XIX) 2290
8 Joe Namath (1985) 2269
9 John Madden (2002–2005) 2137
10 Mike Ditka (#2 color commentator, 2007–2008) 1957
11 Fred Williamson (1974 preseason only) 1935
12 Warren Moon (#2 color commentator, 2009) 1486
13 Boomer Esiason (1998–1999) 1406
14 Eric Dickerson (2000–2001) 1357
15 Mike Golic (#2 color commentator, 2007–2009) 1324
16 Michael Strahan (playoffs and Super Bowl) 1238
17 Jon Gruden (color commentator, 2009–present) 1235
18 Chris Berman (halftime host, 1996–1997 and during Wild Card playoffs and Super Bowls) 1159
19 Tony Kornheiser (color commentator, 2006–2008) 1147
20 Frank Gifford (1971–1985) 1145
21 Marv Albert (play-by-play, 2002–2009) 1045
22 Fran Tarkenton (1979–1982; Tarkenton usually replaced Cosell on Thursday night games) 1027
23 Lisa Guerrero (2003) 979
24 Lynn Swann (1994–1997, Super Bowls) 948
25 Ron Jaworski (color commentator, 2007–present; #2 color commentator, 2006) 943
26 Alex Karras (1974–1976) 920
27 Matt Millen (color commentator, 1996–2000) 867
28 Trent Dilfer (#2 color commentator, 2010) 827
29 Mike Greenberg (#2 play-by-play, 2007–2009) 759
30 Al Michaels (1986–2005) 723
31 Jack Buck (play-by-play, 1978–1984, 1987–1995) 606
32 Mike Tirico (play-by-play, 2006–present) 547
33 Keith Jackson (1970) 534
34 Suzy Kolber (sideline reporter, 2006–present) 511
35 Brian Billick (playoffs and Super Bowl) 508
36 Don Meredith (1970–1973, 1977–1984) 453
37 Dan Fouts (2000–2001) 441
38 Lesley Visser (sideline reporter, 1998–1999 and during Wild Card playoffs and Super Bowl XXXIV; first female member of MNF) 406
39 Bonnie Bernstein (#2 sideline reporter, 2006–2007) 388
40 Hank Stram (color commentator, 1978–1984, 1987–1995) 277
41 Melissa Stark (2000–2002) 275
42 Kevin Harlan (#2 play-by-play, 2009; #1 play-by-play, 2010–present) 265
43 Michele Tafoya (sideline reporter, 2006–present) 265
44 Jim Gray (studio host, 2001–present) 232
45 Brad Nessler (#2 play-by-play, 2006 and 2010) 226
46 Peter King (1995) 209
47 Randy Cross (#2 color commentator, 2010) 201
48 Dan Dierdorf (1987–1998) 165
49 Lindsey Nelson (play-by-play, 1974–1977) 152
50 Jim Lampley (halftime and Super Bowl XIX co-host) 142
51 Sam Ryan (2005) 133
52 Mike Patrick (#2, 1997 and 2005) 123
53 Gary Danielson (color commentator, 2002) 117
54 Don Criqui (play-by-play, 1985–1986) 107
55 Paul Maguire (color commentator, 1998–2001 and 2003–2005) 106
56 Bob Trumpy (color commentator, 1985–1986) 90
57 Gary Bender (#2, 1987) 80
58 Van Patrick (play-by-play, 1972–1973) 63
59 Howard David (play-by-play, 1996–2001) 47
60 Raul Allegre (color commentator, 2006-present) 46
61 John Dockery (sideline reporter, 1999–2007) 43
62 John Sutcliffe (sideline reporter, 2006-present) 38
63 Alvaro Martin (Spanish-language on SAP, 1998–2003) 5
64 Georgina Ruiz Sandoval (#2 sideline reporter, 2006) < 5
65 Clemson Smith-Muñiz (play-by-play, 2006-present) < 5
66 Robert Abramowitz (#2 color commentator, 2006-present) < 5
67 Al Wester (color commentator, 1972–1977) < 5
68 Ciro Procuna (#3 play-by-play, 2006) < 5
69 David Crommett (color commentator, 2006-present) < 5
70 Eduardo Varela (#2 play-by-play, 2006-present) < 5
71 Robin Roberts (playoffs and Hurricane Katrina telethon co-host, 2005) < 5

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