During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, Mike and Tony discussed last night’s New England Patriot win over the Buffalo Bills and the performance of Rex Ryan. Should we be concerned about the Patriots offensive line? Finally, the guys gave an update on Danny Amendola’s knee injury.
Felger and Massarotti opened up the day discussing the New England Patriots 20-13 win over the Buffalo Bills last night. Can the Patriots continue to be successful with all the injuries they are dealing with?
Ray Lewis Likes Rex over Belichick, Cam Newton Over Brady
ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Ray Lewis gave his assessment of Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady as to where they stand with some of their counterparts. It is something that many Patriots fans will most likely be in disagreement with. Zo and Beetle discuss.
Osweiler to Start for Broncos Against the Patriots Next Week
Zo, Beetle, and Bert Breer of the NFL Network react to the news yesterday that the "Manning-Brady Bowl" will instead be the "Brady-Osweiler Bowl" next Sunday as Brock Osweiler will step in for the injured Peyton Manning in Denver.
It was a tough game for the refs on Monday night, and they are catching a lot of heat from the media a day later. Zo, Bertrand and Bert Breer from the NFL Network break down a bad day at the office for Gene Steratore and crew.
It was an ugly win on Monday night for the Patriots, as they beat the Buffalo Bills 20-13 in Foxboro. But with injuries mounting and the Patriots play being less than stellar, the Patriots may not be the juggernaut that we thought they were.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys discussed the New England Patriots offense in tonight’s game against the Buffalo Bills. Wrapping up the hour, the guys got back into the quarterback debate with the Denver Broncos.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to preview tonight’s Patriots game against the Bills. Mike and Tony also addressed some Boston Red Sox free agency rumors. The guys got back into football and discussed some other games around the NFL yesterday.
Felger and Massarotti opened up the show previewing tonight’s New England Patriots game against the Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills. Mike and Tony also discussed yesterday’s Denver Broncos win over the Chicago Bears and the Bronco’s decision to name Brock Osweiler the starting quarterback against the Patriots Sunday night. Does Peyton Manning know that his time in Denver may be up?
In the fourth and final Hour of an Agenda Free Friday, Felger and Mazz continue to take calls on anything and everything discussed this week. To wrap up the week, we hear a Mad Mike – Squeaky Mazz combo in the Final Word with Jim Murray.
Chris Gasper, of the Boston Globe, joined Felger and Massarotti during Hour 3. The guys continued to discuss a possible quarterback controversy with the Denver Broncos. Mike, Tony, and Chris also got into Tom Brady’s “Man of the Year” article in GQ Magazine. Wrapping up the Hour, the guys talked about the play of the Boston Celtics and previewed Monday night’s New England Patriots game against the Buffalo Bills. Are the Bills a legit threat?
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to take calls on all topics from the week. Bob Socci, the radio voice of the New England Patriots, joined Felger and Massarotti to discuss last week’s win over the Giants, Monday night’s game against the Bills, and to share his latest Hot Takes. Finally, the guys got into Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.
It’s an Agenda Free Friday on the Felger and Massarotti Show! Before letting the callers set the agenda, the guys gave their opening thoughts. The guys discussed last night’s Jaguars-Titans game and previewed Monday night’s Patriots game against the Buffalo Bills. Bob Beer, radio commentator for the Boston Bruins, joined Mike and Tony to talk some B’s, last night’s win over the Minnesota Wild, and the play of Loui Eriksson.