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Felger and Mazz are both on board with Shawn Thornton’s 15-game suspension. Even though it sounds like a high number, the punishment fits the crime.
Pass interference penalties have made the NFL unwatchable at times for one Michael Felger.
It’s hard to be too critical of a team that’s only lost four games all season, and in every one of those games a chance to win in the final minutes. However, Sunday’s playcalling vs. the Dolphins in the final minute proved costly.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak go around the NFL to talk about the biggest moments of Week 15, starting with the (stop me if you’ve heard this one before) epic Tony Romo/Dallas Cowboys choke job.
Gresh & Zo break down the Patriots loss in Miami Sunday.
A legitimate second guess from Sunday’s 24-20 loss to the Dolphins is play-calling. Bob Socci is surprised that more plays weren’t dialed up for the versatile Shane Vereen.
Ryan Johnston and Mike Flynn filled in for a vacationing Toucher & Rich, and both Hub hosts feel like 15 games is way too much for a player who has never been suspended before.
Rob Gronkowski is one of the best goal line weapons in the NFL, but he’s now done for the year. Boomer Esiason believes that Gronk’s presence would have made the difference in Miami.
In this weekend’s “Celtics @ 7,” Adam Kaufman opened the show asking how the C’s should handle Jordan Crawford’s success upon the return of Rajon Rondo.
Gresh and Zo talk with Celtics head coach Brad Stevens about Friday night’s game against the New York Knicks, and how his the C’s handled “reunion week.”