As FOX Sports’ first three-sport star and currently one of only a few, Myers contributes to the network’s NFL, NASCAR and MLB coverage, serving as host of MLB WHIPAROUND on FS1 and FOX NASCAR SUNDAY, FOX’s live, on-site prerace coverage from the famous “Hollywood Hotel,” a role Myers has held since FOX’s first broadcast of a NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES race in 2001. For the NFL on FOX regular season, Myers calls play-by-play alongside analyst Daryl "Moose" Johnston. Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews lead broadcast team for NFC postseason games. He also hosts NASCAR RACEDAY, FS1’s Sprint Cup prerace show, during the FOX portion of the NASCAR season.
Myers has worked sideline of network broadcast of Five Super Bowls including super bowl 51 interviewing Tom Brady moments after the patriots epic comeback! He also hosted AFTERNOON HUDDLE live from Radio Row in New York on FS1 in the days leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII. As field reporter for MLB on FOX, Myers had the honor of interviewing the Red Sox when they finally won the 2004 World Series, one of five World Series he has covered.
As host of FOX NASCAR SUNDAY, FOX’s live, on-site prerace coverage from the famous “Hollywood Hotel,” Emmy Award-winning Chris Myers works alongside analysts NASCAR Hall of Famer Darrell Waltrip, four-time champion Jeff Gordon and Michael Waltrip. He also hosts NASCAR RACEDAY, FS1’s Sprint Cup prerace show, during the FOX portion of the NASCAR season. During the NFL season, Myers works a full slate of NFL games as play-by-play announcer alongside analyst Daryl "Moose" Johnston and reports for NFL postseason games. He also serves as host of MLB WHIPAROUND on FS1 and as reporter and play-by-play announcer during MLB regular and postseason contests.
In 2017 Myers did play-by-play for FS1 at the Westminster kennel club dog show ...live from Madison square garden ...
Myers anchored FS1 broadcast of the first ever US Masters Dart championship from Las Vegas as part of the World Series of Darts sanctioned by the PDC.
While at ESPN in the 90's Myers was part of the original Espys from radio city music hall with Dan Patrick and comedic talent Bill Murray.
While at espn Myers coined popular phrases such as
"That deserves a Wow"
And "I kid because I care"
Myers was also the first to use the term 3-ball when describing a 3 point shot in basketball and
"a hoop and some harm" when describing a basket and foul..
Myers introduced the phrase "a fresh set of downs" while doing play by play for football on Fox when a team gets a first down.