Denver Broncos receiver and former Patriots fan favorite Wes Welker dropped by the studio to chat with 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Fred Toucher and Rich Shertenlieb.
Two months have passed since the AFC Championship and it’s looking like an all out arm’s race between the Patriots and Broncos to make the Super Bowl, but who’s had the better offseason?
John Elway and the Denver Broncos are spending money like drunken sailors, but will it come back to bite them? No, no it won’t. Because the cap is crap.
Knowing how the Patriots operate, Fred, Rich and Jon Wallach all feel like if they can’t make a trade for the Buccaneers’ shutdown corner then they have no shot at acquiring him.
After further review, former Patriots tight end Jermaine Wiggins has come to the conclusion that it wasn’t center Manny Ramirez’s fault for messing up the Broncos’ first offensive play of the game…it was #18.
Even though Peyton Manning lost his second Super Bowl yesterday, he still had a better year than Tom Brady.
Boomer Esiason of WFAN and CBS Sports believes last night’s game had no bearing on Peyton Manning’s legacy because no quarterback could’ve gotten a win against that Seattle team.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Kelly thinks the criticism of Peyton Manning is unfair, and that win or lose Sunday he’s still one of the best signal callers to ever play the game.
Senior CBS Sports NFL writer Will Brinson is live from Super Bowl Media Day, so Toucher & Rich had him on to discuss some of the bigger topics surrounding the big game on Sunday.
With all the extra attention an outdoor, cold weather Super Bowl has given the league, the NFL should commit to making the host city a major part of the Super Bowl story every year.