Adolfo hits the streets to ask people 'What do they do for a living?' while holding up pictures of Clay Buchholz and Brad Marchand in plain clothes. Billy Jaffe of NESN called in to talk about the Kevan Miller injury and what the increased role for Matt Bartkowski means for the Bruins. The TV reporter who went viral in Keene, NH called in.
Brian Scalabrine joined the guys in studio for two breaks. Gary Tanguay called in to spar with Scal about Rondo. Kevan Miller is out indefinitley with a separated shoulder, leaving the Bruins with even more holes.
Fred had another disastrous travel experience. The Steelers came back to beat the Texans on Monday Night Football. Rajon Rondo would be back for Celtics opening night. LeBron says the Bulls, not his Cavs, are the best team in the East.
In the fourth and final Hour, the guys look ahead to the Patriots Week 9 match-up with the Denver Broncos. Is there any doubt that the league will flex that game to prime time? Looking ahead to next week’s game, are there any concerns about the Chicago Bears? To wrap up the day, it’s the Final Word with Marc Bertrand.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys talked about Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s record-setting night and his place in NFL history. Mike and Tony got back into the Percy Harvin trade to the Jets. Should the Pats have made a run at Harvin?
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz begin to look ahead to the Patriots next opponent. The Pats will host the Chicago Bears, who are coming off an ugly loss to Miami Dolphins yesterday. Mike and Tony got back into the trick plays that the St. Louis Rams executed in a win over the Seattle Seahawks. Felger, Mazz, and Marc Bertrand went to talk about FSU’s controversial win over Notre Dame. To wrap up the hour, the guys discussed Milan Lucic’s apology for his obscene gesture in Montreal.