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Carrie Underwood’s new ‘Sunday Night Football’ theme ‘the Game’, slammed by the fans

Carrie Underwood debuted a new “Saturday Night Football” theme song “Game Over” and people are not excited about.

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Carrie Underwood debuted a new “Sunday Night Football” theme song, and fans aren’t happy about.

The country singer, who is the run of the NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” theme since 2013, has brought her song “Game Over” which replaces the 2014 song “Oh, Night of Sunday on Monday.”

In the new version, which was played before the Week 1 matchup between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers, Underwood belts out “Game Over” instead of “Ohhhhhhh night of Sunday to Monday” — a line that fans have grown to know and love. Some of the people that for the network and Underwood to bring back the old version.

Game on! #SNF is back!

Check out our new SNF Open, presented by @Pepsi. pic.twitter.com/PqFrUi2vox

— SNF on NBC (@SNFonNBC) September 10, 2018

A spectator said the new song earned a “D+”

“Pros: Sang “Sunday night” on multiple occasions. Cons: not singing ‘ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh’ in advance to say that it was Sunday night. Grade: D+,” the viewer wrote on Twitter.

Another person says: “I am not a fan of this new Carrie Underwood song.”

“I love Carrie Underwood, with every fiber of my being, but what is this new SNF-number?” a user wrote.

A spectator said, “I love Carrie Underwood, but the man who this Sunday Night Football songs get worse and worse.”

“I want the old SNF song please @carrieunderwood,” another person wrote.

“My ears are taking a knee in the protest of the Carrie Underwood SNF theme songs! This year is even worse!!! #NFLSunday,” another person said.

.@SNFonNBC starts at 8:20p ET! #CHIvsGB -TeamCU pic.twitter.com/w5vLZYMRMJ

— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) September 10, 2018

Despite the criticism, some fans praised “Game Over” and said that it was a “fun new number.”

Underwood took over the singing of the NFL theme song in 2013 by Faith Hill, who sang the opener “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night,” Rolling Stone reported.

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter via @bykatherinelam

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