Gresh & Wiggy: ‘No Huddle’ Week 16 Highlights
BOSTON (CBS) – Andy Gresh and Jermaine Wiggins go ‘No Huddle’ around the NFL’s Week 16, highlighting all the stories in a wild weekend.
– They kick things off in Houston, where Peyton Manning broke Tom Brady’s record for touchdown passes in a season. Manning threw four touchdowns in a blowout win over the Texans, giving him 51 for the season with one week to go. Gresh and Wiggy discuss how many touchdowns Manning will have when the season ends.
– There is lots of speculation that Rex Ryan will be fired by the Jets at the conclusion of this season. A report broke prior to the Jets home game against the Browns on Sunday, and he addressed the rumor after New York’s win. Gresh, Zo and Hardy discuss if Ryan will get another head coaching job in the NFL.
– Ryan isn’t the only one who could be out of a job after this season. The Detroit Lions ended their playoff hopes on Sunday after blowing a big lead to the New York Giants, dropping them to 7-8 on the season after a 6-3 start. Jim Schwartz will probably be gone after the collapse, a move Wiggy says should be made today. Schwartz wasn’t too pleased that Detroit fans booed the team at the end of the game.
– Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was very happy after his team pulled out a narrow victory over the Redskins.
– The Cardinals pulled off a big win in Seattle — the Seahawks’ first home loss since 2011. Cardinals’ radio had a great call of Michael Floyd’s game-winning touchdown grab, and was even more excited despite all the question marks on the field after a Cardinals interception that ended the game.
– Hardy closes the final “No Huddle” of the year with a compilation from Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham from Sunday’s Bengals 42-14 win over the Vikings.
– As a bonus, Hardy tosses in a Gary Tanguay moment from Sunday’s pregame show.