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.
Kirk Luedeke called in to the Adam Jones Show to help preview the upcoming Bruins season, which drops the puck one week from tonight. The guys also touched on the Bruins injured defensemen, the Bruins competition in the Eastern Conference, and more.
Las Vegas Set the Bruins and Celtics Win Totals at the Same Number
Jones and Keefe discussed the Las Vegas win total odds for the Bruins and Celtics, which was set at 42.5 for both teams. The guys then debated which team they are more confident in as their seasons get closer to beginning.
Providence Journal Patriots beat reporter Mark Daniels joined the Adam Jones Show to talk some Patriots as the team enjoys its early bye week. The guys discussed the Patriots recent trades, the play of Malcolm Butler through three games, and more.
Former Ravens and Jets linebacker Bart Scott was on CBS Sports Radio with Damon Amendolara on Wednesday night. Scott gave his thoughts on some current NFL quarterbacks including Tom Brady, who he called a cornball.
John Farrell and Claude Julien Given Vote of Confidence from Management
Adam Jones opened Thursday’s show discussing the future of Red Sox Manager John Farrell, who reportedly will retain his job in 2016 if he’s given a clean bill of health. Jones also touched on Claude Julien’s status with the Bruins following comments from Cam Neely backing Julien as coach.
Tonight on the Baseball Reporters, Tony Massarotti looked back at the play of the Boston Red Sox in last two months. How much stock can you put into the Red Sox recent performances? Mazz also discussed John Farrell’s future with the Red Sox.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz continued to discuss and take calls John Farrell’s future with the Red Sox and backup quarterbacks in the NFL. Wrapping up the day, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys got back into the Boston Red Sox and future of manager John Farrell. Mike and Tony also previewed tonight’s Baltimore Ravens game against Michael Vick and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Finally, the guys looked at team’s backup quarterback situations in the NFL.
Michael Hurley, of CBSBostonSports.com, joined Felger and Mazz during Hour 2 to discuss Roger Goodell and the latest in Tom Brady’s case against the NFL. The guys also discussed Bart Scott’s comments about Tom Brady’s toughness.
Former Sox manager Bobby Valentine said in an interview with SI.com that PEDs should be re-introduced responsibly in sports to help athletes. Zo and Bertrand give their take on the controversial comments from the former big league skipper.
Despite the departure of Don Orsillo and the arrival of Dave O'Brien now being official, the NESN broadcast team for Sox games is still very much up in the air, with reports that Ron Darling may supplant Jery Remy as color analyst. Zo and Beetle discuss.
Adam Jones and Rich Keefe started off Wednesday’s show taking a look at the Bruins roster following the team’s pre-season loss to the New York Rangers. The guy’s also discussed whether the Bruins have enough talent to be a playoff team.
Tony Massarotti was joined by Jared Carrabis, of BarstoolSports.com, to discuss the state of the Boston Red Sox. What will Dave Dombrowski’s plan of attack be this off-season? Mazz and Carrabis also talked about the Hanley Ramirez’s future in Boston. Could closer Jonathan Papelbon return to the Red Sox? Finally, the guys discussed Don Orsillo’s departure from NESN.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz reset all the topics they discussed today. Will the NFL expand the number of games played in London? To wrap up the day, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
Paul Perillo, of Patriots Football Weekly, joined Felger and Massarotti during Hour 3 to talk some Pats. The guys also discussed the direction of the NFL, how defense is played today, and the NFL in London. With the Patriots on their bye week, what should we be watching for around the rest of the NFL?
Felger and Massarotti opened up the show talking about the Boston Bruins. Mike and Tony discussed the latest in Zdeno Chara’s upper body injury. How much does Chara have left in the tank? The guys also talked about goaltender Malcolm Subban and the success of goaltenders picked in the 1st round. Finally, is Las Vegas picking the Bruins to make the playoffs?
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, the guys play some audio from Bill Belichick on the sideline, share an incredible news story from 2007 about a sea monster in Providence, and welcome Bruins forward Max Talbot to the show.