"There are many things about this ridiculous story that need to be cleared up. First, it seemed pretty clear if you listened to the audio, that Buck and Aikman were goofing around and being sarcastic," says Sports Illustrated's Jimmy Traina of the NFL on Fox broadcasters' comments on flyovers before Sunday's Green Bay Packers-Tampa Bay Buccaneers game. '"Two, and most important, they were not caught on a hot mic. This did not take place during a break in the Packers-Bucs game. Two, and most important, they were not caught on a hot mic. This did not take place during a break in the Packers-Bucs game. This was done before the game, during a rehearsal. That means someone who works at FOX, either in a truck or a broadcast studio, pulled the clip on purpose and then leaked it on purpose to make Buck and Aikman look bad. And the fact that one of their co-workers would leak this clip to make the broadcast duo look bad really sucks. You can be sure Fox is doing some sort of internal investigation to find the culprit." While Aikman responded to the flyover controversy on Twitter, Buck is expected to address it on his podcast Daddy Issues.