Highlights from Sunday NFL studio shows (as provided by networks):
NBC's Keith Olbermann on the Ravens-Steelers game: "As disputed a game-deciding call as we've seen in many years."
NBC's Cris Collinsworth on the replay reversal on the Steelers' touchdown: "It's supposed to be for a no-brainer, everybody in their right mind understands that this should be overturned, and I cannot put that call in this category."
CBS' Shannon Sharpe on the Ravens-Steelers rivalry: "This is not media-driven. This is not a situation where two teams are trying to work themselves up because the division title is on the line. They sincerely dislike each other. You can listen to the tone. There is no tee, hee, hee -- there is no laughing going on."
The NFL Network's Steve Mariucci on the Cowboys: "They need to put a sign up that says, 'Loose lips sink ships.' "
Fox's Terry Bradshaw on Terrell Owens: "T.O. has never cared about anybody but himself. I'm disappointed that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones didn't recognize this. No one questions T.O.'s individual talent, but it is about the team. … What Terrell Owens has done is destroy whatever hope the Dallas Cowboy fans or players have of getting to a championship."
ESPN's Keyshawn Johnson on the same subject: "I don't need to give Jerry Jones advice nor can I give him advice, but I'm going to give him some anyway. Cut bait. Just cut it."
The NFL Network's Marshall Faulk on Tampa Bay coach Jon Gruden: "I like the way Jon Gruden handles quarterbacks. They're just like us, they're football players – why do they need to be burped? He treats them like football players and expects them to have thick skin."