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.

Gresh & Wiggy Go 'No Huddle': Week 16 Highlights

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