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NFL Slimetime
NFLSlimetimeLogo.png
Logo as of the 2021 season
GenreSports
Directed by
  • Bryan Kosowski
  • Bob Matina
  • Suzanne Smith
Presented by
Starring
  • Dylan Schefter[1]
  • George Johnston IV[2]
Voices ofAsher Bishop
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes23[3]
Production
Executive producers
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time30 minutes (including commercials)
Production companies
DistributorParamount Media Networks
Release
Original networkNickelodeon
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Original releaseSeptember 15, 2021 (2021-09-15) –
present
Chronology
Related showsNFL on Nickelodeon

NFL Slimetime is an American weekly television sports show that premiered on Nickelodeon on September 15, 2021. The show focuses on the National Football League (NFL),[5] and airs Wednesdays at 7 p.m. throughout the NFL season.[6]

Production

On September 10, 2021, ViacomCBS announced that it would air a weekly NFL series on Nickelodeon and Paramount+,[7] NFL Slimetime,[8][9] hosted by Nate Burleson[10] and Dylan Gilmer[3] (of the Nickelodeon series Tyler Perry's Young Dylan).

Format

NFL Slimetime features highlights and game footage that recaps the previous week's NFL action. Just like with Nickelodeon's first live NFL telecast on January 10, 2021 (the NFC Wild Card playoff game between the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints), these highlights are flavored with digital, comic strip-like animation[11] such as white smoke, green slime,[12] blue lightening, players were given superimposed googly eyes[13][14][15][16] and hamburger hats.[17][18] Other recurring segments include Dylan Schefter[19][20] (the daughter of ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter) interviewing one particular player each week, commentary by George Johnston IV[21] in a segment called "George Knows Football", and a "Fantasy Showdown" segment, where each week, a new celebrity challenges Burleson and Gilmer to a game of fantasy football.

NVP Award

Following Nickelodeon's first live NFL broadcast, the network brought back the NVP award for each episode, based on a player's performance the previous week and announced by Lincoln Loud,[22][23] the main protagonist of The Loud House. Kyler Murray was the first winner of the weekly NVP.[24] Other winners during the 2021 season have included the participating quarterbacks in Super Bowl LV, Tom Brady[25] and Patrick Mahomes,[26] and Justin Tucker, whose record-setting 66-yard field goal led the Baltimore Ravens to victory in Week 3.[27]

Weekly NVP winners

Week Winner Position Team Stats
1 Kyler Murray[28] QB Arizona 21/32, 289 passing yards, 4 passing TDs, 1 INT
2 Tom Brady QB Tampa Bay 24/36, 276 passing yards, 5 passing TDs
3 Justin Tucker K Baltimore 4 FGM, 1 XPM, NFL record walk-off 66-yard field goal
4 Dak Prescott[29] QB Dallas 14/22, 188 passing yards, 4 passing TDs
5 Josh Allen QB Buffalo 15/26, 315 passing yards, 3 passing TDs, 59 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD
6 Derrick Henry[30] RB Tennessee 143 rushing yards, 3 rushing TDs
7 Ja'Marr Chase[31] WR Cincinnati 8 receptions, 201 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD
8 Mike White[32] QB New York Jets 37/45, 405 passing yards, 3 passing TDs, 2 INTs
9 Josh Allen DE/LB Jacksonville 8 solo tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 interception, 1 pass defelction, 1 fumble recovery
10 Patrick Mahomes QB Kansas City 35/50, 406 passing yards, 5 passing TDs
11 Jonathan Taylor[33] RB Indianapolis 185 rushing yards, 4 rushing TDs, 3 receptions, 19 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD
12 Leonard Fournette RB Tampa Bay 100 rushing yards, 3 rushing TDs, 7 receptions, 31 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD
13 Justin Herbert[34] QB LA Chargers 26/35, 317 passing yards, 3 passing TDs, 1 INT
14 George Kittle[35] TE San Francisco 13 receptions, 151 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD
15 Christian Wilkins DE Miami 7 total tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 pass deflection, 1 reception, 1 receiving yard, 1 receiving TD
16 Joe Burrow[36] QB Cincinnati 37/45, 525 yards, 4 passing TDs
17 Ja'Marr Chase WR 11 receptions, 266 receiving yards, 3 receiving TDs
18 Deebo Samuel[37] WR San Francisco 4 receptions, 95 receiving yards, 45 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD, 1/1, 24 passing yards, 1 passing TD
Super Wild Card Buffalo Bills Offense 47 points scored, 7 touchdowns scored on 7 offensive drives
Divisional Patrick Mahomes QB Kansas City 33/44, 378 passing yards, 3 passing TDs, 69 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD, led game-tying drive to end regulation, and walk-off, AFC Championship Game berth-clinching touchdown drive in overtime
Conference Championship Evan McPherson K Cincinnati 4 FGM, 1 XPM, walk-off 31-yard field goal to send Bengals to Super Bowl LVI
2022 Pro Bowl Joe Burrow QB NVP of NVPs
Super Bowl LVI Cooper Kupp[38] WR LA Rams 8 receptions, 92 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns, 7 rushing yards, Super Bowl MVP

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  38. ^ Nickelodeon [@Nickelodeon] (February 16, 2022). "to the man who catches everything! our #SuperBowl NVP is @CooperKupp 🏆 congrats to Cooper and the LA @RamsNFL on winning this year's #SuperBowl!" (Tweet). Retrieved February 17, 2022 – via Twitter.

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