Paul Perillo, of Patriots Football Weekly, joined Felger and Massarotti during Hour 3 to talk some Pats. How big of a loss is Chandler Jones? It was also reported that Darrelle Revis was sent home yesterday by Bill Belichick for showing up late to practice. Finally, the guys and Paul preview Sunday’s Patriots game against the Chicago Bears.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to talk about the Patriots and the team’s potential interest in recently waived defensive end Michael Sam. Is Sam a fit for the Pats? The guys went on to discuss the start of the World Series last night between the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants. Is this match-up bad for the sport of baseball?
Felger and Massarotti opened the day discussing the New England Patriots and Chandler Jones’ hip injury that could keep him out for a month. How will the Patriots replace Jones? Mike and Tony went to talk about the Boston Bruins and last night’s 5-3 come-from-behind win over the San Jose Sharks.
Windy city radio host Matt Spiegel of 670 The Score called in to discuss Patriots-Bears from a Chicago perspective. Toucher & Rich reveal the top 30 goal songs in the NHL. Which horror movie villain has the highest body count? Find out!
The governor race in Vermont is heating up! The voice of the Bruins Dave Goucher called in. Brandon Marshall cleared the air last night about the state of the Bears locker room. The Royals turned their season around after the manager demanded they stopped playing 'Clash Of Clans.'
Adolo hit the streets. Shalise Manza Young called in to discuss the injury to Chandler Jones. The Bears need to follow the script of the Cowboys, and protect their inconsistent quarterback by running the ball more.
The DA Show did something to get Fred mad. Fred's situation with the airline is solved, for now anyway. The Bruins got a great win last night at home against the Sharks, and the Royals finally lost their first game of the postseason, in Game 1 of the World Series. There's a list out of the best NHL goal songs, and the Blackhawks top the chart.