Gresh And Zolak
Between all the injuries and last-second finishes, this Patriots team has been through a lot of adversity this season – adversity that safety Steve Gregory believes will help carry them through the playoffs.
With Snowmageddon upon us here in Boston, it’s not that much of a stretch to think that the Super Bowl in the Meadowlands could have the same wintry conditions a month from now.
Some NFL head coaches haven’t lived up to their billing, so Albert Breer and Andy Gresh discussed which ones are on the hot seat.
Reilly Smith has played in all 37 games, ranks second in assists and is tied for the Bruins lead in goals with 12 – amazing when you consider he’s not in the team’s top five in shots.
As Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak reflect on the biggest Boston sports stories of 2013, two of the top Patriots-related items took place outside the field of play: Aaron Hernandez’s arrest and Wes Welker signing with the Broncos.
Coach Brad Stevens joined Gresh and Zolak his weekly chat and addressed the rumored Rajon Rondo trade proposal between the Celtics and the Kings.
Gresh & Zo gave their reaction to an emotional return to Boston for Doc Rivers.
Gresh and Zo chat with Patriots running back Shane Vereen about the team’s first half struggles, and life without Rob Gronkowski.
Gresh and Zo both feel like the Patriots will need Stevan Ridley come playoffs, and now is the perfect time to ease him back into the offense and see if he’s fixed his fumbling woes.
Gresh and Zo opened up the show discussing the Bruins-Canadiens rivalry in anticipation of Thursday night’s game in Montreal. Is it Boston’s best rivalry?