BOSTON (CBS) – Felger & Mazz opened up Tuesday’s show from Radio Row in Times Square talking about NFL Media Day for the Seahawks and Broncos. They also were joined by former NFL Vice President of Officiating Mike Pereira to talk about Wes Welker’s hit on Aqib Talib in the AFC Championship game, and his relationship with Bill Belichick. New Yorker Of The Day Sid Rosenberg of 640AM WMEN in Palm Beach sat down with the guys as well to discuss the Super Bowl. Plus your calls on the Super Bowl and the Patriots.
In Hour 2 of Felger and Mazz, Marc Bertrand has an issue with Peyton Manning using the media to help keep his legacy intact whether he wins or loses. Plus the guys continue to discuss the Patriots off season and the Super Bowl. They also react to former Bears GM Jerry Angelo’s recent assessment that the Patriots plan for success is a misguided one. Is Belichick too in love with the system?
Felger & Mazz kicked off Hour 3 wondering what wins Super Bowls, a top 3 offense or a top 3 defense. Find out as the guys take a look back to determine which wins out more often. They also compare Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick’s approach as defensive coaches. Old friend Damon Amendolara also stopped by to talk with Felger & Mazz about the Super Bowl and the future of the Patriots. Plus former Jets Special Teams Coach Mike Westhoff sat down to talk about playing at Met Life Stadium, NFL rule changes, and whether Rex Ryan outsmarted Belichick in the Jets October win over the Patriots.
Fourth and final hour of Felger & Mazz starts with the guys discussing a report from CSNNE that the Pats had inquired last off-season about trading for Cardinals All-Pro Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald. They also talked about what this Super Bowl appearance means to John Elway’s legacy, plus they talked to Former Patriots Linebacker and 3X Super Bowl Champion Ted Johnson about his new life as a radio host, what it was like to play for Pete Carroll, and what he thought about Belichick’s comments on Wes Welker following the AFC Championship game. Finally, we finish off the day with The Final Word with Marc Bertrand.