Look: NFL World Reacts To FOX's 2022 Broadcasters

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The 2022 NFL season is almost upon us and Fox is now ready to unveil the full lineup of broadcasters for many of their games this coming season.

On Monday, Fox revealed the six teams that will have broadcast duties as well as its rules officer.

Joe Buck and Troy Ekman have a longtime team out, and so are Kevin Burkhart and Greg Olsen.

Burkhart, Olsen, Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi will team up for "America's Game of the Week," which airs each week.

He'll likely get a Super Bowl LVII call as well.

2 on Fox's roster will be Joe Davis, Daryl "Moose" Johnston and Pam Oliver.

The No. 3 team will be Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth and Christina Pink.

The other three teams are as follows:

Kenny Albert, Jonathan Wilma and Shannon Speck

Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez and Laura Okamin

Chris Myers, Robert Smith and Jane Hale

Dean Blandino and Mike Pereira will return as Fox's Rules executives.

But NFL fans are a bit mixed up by the new broadcast teams. Some people are moaning the switch from Buck

And Ekman while others cheer for new blood:

This may be Fox's top football broadcast team for now,

But in the future it will have the biggest name in football: Tom Brady.

Until then, enjoy your new voices on FOX.