ESPN.com blankets Super Bowl XLVII

When San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss declared himself the best ever to play the position during Super Bowl XLVII Media Day on Tuesday, ESPN was in a unique position to react to those comments.

ESPN.com’s NFL page.

ESPN.com’s NFL page

After all, Jerry Rice — a Pro Football Hall of Fame member who many consider the NFL’s greatest player, regardless of position — is an ESPN analyst. Hall of Fame finalist Cris Carter, a mentor to Moss and a former teammate, is also an ESPN analyst.

And they are just two members of the roster of ESPN analysts and reporters in New Orleans covering the impending 49ers-Baltimore Ravens matchup.

The result was quick, comprehensive and insightful multimedia coverage captured in one-stop shopping on ESPN.com.

Meet two of the many people behind ESPN.com’s NFL coverage in the video above: Rob King, Senior VP, Editorial, ESPN Digital & Print Media, and John Banks, Senior Deputy Editor, NFL.

Video produced by Tonya Malinowski