In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz replayed their interview with Chris “Mad Dog” Russo in its entirety. Mike and Tony went on to discuss the country’s perception of the New England Patriots. Finally, it’s the Final Word with Marc Bertrand.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys continued to discuss Sunday’s game and how the Patriots could go after Richard Sherman. Bob Condotta, of the Seattle Times, joined Mike and Tony to preview Sunday’s game and Pete Carroll’s time as the Seattle Seahawks head coach. To wrap up the hour, Felger and Mazz continue to take calls on Sunday’s game.
Mike Florio, of ProFootballTalk.com, joined Felger and Mazz to preview the Super Bowl match-up between the Patriots and Seahawks. The guys also discussed the NFL’s investigation into the Patriots using under-inflated game balls. Mike and Tony cleared the rest callers that wanted to discuss under-inflated balls and began to focus on Sunday’s game. Finally, the guys talked about the relationship between Richard Sherman and Darrelle Ravis.
Mike Florio, of ProFootballTalk.com, joined Felger and Mazz to preview the Super Bowl match-up between the Patriots and Seahawks. The guys also discussed the NFL’s investigation into the Patriots using under-inflated game balls.
To kick off the show, Felger and Massarotti were joined by Chris Russo of Sirius XM Radio. The guys discussed the match-up between Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots and Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks. Mike, Tony, and Marc Bertrand continued to preview the match-up between Belichick and Carroll.
Mike Gorman of CSNNE called in to talk Celtics. Brian Billick called into the show, and Army veteran Greg Reynolds, a native of Dighton, MA, sat down with T&R to talk about playing football as an amputee.
Toucher & Rich had some fun at Media Day with Richard Sherman, Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady. Ben Volin joined the guys on Radio Row after drinking lots of Maker's Mark at the media party the night before. Fred can't find a bathroom. Somebody asked LeGarrette Blount a question that could have gotten him in trouble.