Felger & Massarotti
Sports Hub host Michael Felger can’t stop glowing about Colts quarterback Andrew Luck.
With limited weapons on offense and defense, Tony Massarotti has very little concern that the Patriots will be able to take care of the Colts Saturday night.
Losers of five of their last six games and Rajon Rondo’s return to game action nowhere in site, Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti have hope that “tankapalooza” is back on for this Celtics team.
Playing devil’s advocate, Michael Felger thinks people who aren’t high on the Patriots have a case, and he goes through all the reasons why there’s reason for pessimism.
Marc Bertrand thinks Andy Dalton could have a “Joe Flacco-like postseason” and the Bengals might be the AFC dark horse to get to the Super Bowl.
Marc Bertrand thinks it’s still too early to trust Stevan Ridley completely, and that the Patriots should ride the hot feet of LeGarrette Blount for as long as they can.
Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti said on Friday that the Patriots season is on the line in Baltimore, and after a 41-7 win over their AFC rivals the two Sports Hub hosts couldn’t have been more impressed.
Jerry Thornton of Barstool Sports called into question Sports Illustrated’s decision to name Peyton Manning Sportsman of the Year. What exactly did he do to deserve it? For his money, David Ortiz should’ve won it.
For a team with no real definitive road wins all season, the Patriots have a chance to prove themselves this Sunday in Baltimore against the Ravens.
In previewing this Sunday’s game between the Ravens and the Patriots, Felger & Massarotti looked back on the rivalry and how the Ravens are perhaps the one team that’s stood up to the Pats.