The Miami Dolphins continue to make headlines for all the wrong reasons. A day after firing their head coach Joe Philbin, a report has surfaced that paints franchise QB Ryan Tannehill in a negative light. Zo and Bertrand discuss.
Another week, another controversy for the NFL as the Lions-Seahawks game on Monday night ends with a blown call on a batted ball by the Seattle defense in the end zone, which should have been deemed illegal.
Will Brinson On Blown Call At End Of Lions-Seahawks
CBS Sports' Will Brinson joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the blown call in last night's Monday Night Football game between the Lions and Seahawks, and if there are any consequences for the refs who messed up.
Rich Keefe takes us back to Corpus Christi, Texas to check in with Keefer Madness’s new favorite news team at KZTV Action 10 News. This time things hit a little too close to home when the newsroom’s chocolate bars have an unexpected issue.
Bleacher Report national NFL writer Mike Tanier called in to the Adam Jones Show to help rundown what happened around the league in week four. The guy’s discussed Peyton Manning’s struggles, the Dolphins decision to make a coaching change after four games, and the league wide issue with reliable kickers.
Jason Mastrodonato from the Boston Herald Calls In
Boston Herald Red Sox beat writer Jason Mastrodonato joined the Adam Jones Show to discuss Don Orsillo’s final day as the Red Sox TV broadcaster. The guys also talked about the Sox announcing John Farrell with return as manager in 2016, and Torey Lovullo signing an extension to remain with the team as well.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to talk about the play around the NFL during Week 4. Mike and Tony also discussed the New York Jets game against the Miami Dolphins in London and the Dolphins decision to fire head coach Joe Philbin. Are the Jet better without Rex Ryan? Wrapping up the hour, Felger and Mazz discussed Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos win over the Minnesota Vikings.
Felger and Massarotti kicked off the day discussing Week 4 in the NFL and the continued struggles for the kickers. Finally, the guys talked about the end of the Boston Red Sox season and Don Orsillo’s final call of the game for NESN.
Boomer Esiason: From Time To Time, Dolphins, Bills And Jets 'Go Psychotic On Themselves'
Boomer Esiason of WFAN and The NFL Today joined Toucher & Rich on Monday to discuss the state of the AFC East, with the Bills and Dolphins beating themselves. Esiason also discussed the Jets' early success, and whether or not the Cincinnati Bengals are for real.
Patriots Fans Should Stop Tattling and Embrace Being Hated
Jones and Joe Murray discussed the controversy around Ben Roethisberger and whether he was using a cell phone on the sidelines during Thursday night’s loss to the Ravens. Jones thinks the fans should stop being tattle tales, and stop looking for other teams to do something illegal, and just embrace the role as the bad guy and enjoy the games.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz continue to go Agenda Free and take calls on anything and everything. To wrap up the week, we hear from Squeaky Mazz and Mad Mike in the Final Word with Jim Murray.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys got into Claude Julien and the Boston Bruins. Bob Beers, Bruins radio commentator, joined Felger and Mazz to discuss Claude Julien, this year’s roster, and Zdeno Chara’s upper body injury.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz got into last night’s Baltimore Ravens 23-20 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Voice of the New England Patriots, Bob Socci joined Felger and Massarotti to talk about last night’s Ravens-Steelers game, the Patriots, and to share his latest Hot Takes. Finally, the guys discussed Sunday morning’s New York Jets game against the Miami Dolphins live from London.
Zolak and Bertrand watched the Thursday Night Football game between the Ravens and the Steelers, and one thing is clear- its still the Patriots, then everybody else when it comes to which teams are for real in the AFC.
In tonight’s Madness, the Arizona Diamondbacks play by play team had some fun Wednesday night with an Arizona State sorority who were in the crowd, but spent their time taking selfies in the stands instead of watching the game.