DVD Transfer 106 has a NFL on FOX doubleheader recorded on October 12, 2008 off WVBT-TV 43.
The early game involves the St. Louis Rams (0-4 and coming off a bye week) traveling to Landover, MD to visit the 4-1 Washington Redskins. The Rams got their first victory in a 19-17 upset thanks to a 49-yard field goal by St. Louis kicker Josh Brown. Calling the action is FOX's B-team of Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa (who seemed to be a cross between a second commentator and sideline reporter).
The late game pitted the 3-2 Arizona Cardinals welcomed the 4-1 Dallas Cowboys to Glendale, AZ. That game saw the eventual NFC champion Cardinals win 30-24 in overtime after Arizona linebacker Monty Beisel recovered a blocked Mat McBriar punt (McBriar ended up on injured reserve and missed the remainder of 2008); the first time in NFL history an overtime game ended off a touchdown following a blocked punt. Calling the game are Dick Stockton alongside FOX's lead crew of Troy Aikman and sideline reporter Pam Oliver (Stockton was substituting for Joe Buck; who was in Los Angeles to call Game 3 of the National League Championship Series later that night between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies)