Felger & Mazz
With the Denver Broncos coming to town this Sunday for a huge battle of AFC supremacy, Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti felt it was an opportune time to revisit the Wes Welker exodus from New England.
Felger referenced an article by Ron Borges of the Herald, where the case is made that the Patriots were outmuscled and beat up. Felger and Mazz don’t believe that at all.
This week’s edition of “10 Questions With Wiggy” was Patriots based, centered mostly around the controversial ending to Monday Night Football.
Were the Patriots on the wrong end of a bad call? Yes, absolutely. But they only have themselves to blame, according to some members of the panel.
A controversial call in the New Orleans-San Francisco game may have turned the tide in the NFC – and Tony Massarotti is livid about it.
Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti opened their show previewing the Monday Night Football showdown between the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers.
Patriots play-by-play announcer Bob Socci joined Felger & Mazz on Friday, as he does every week, for a little “5 Questions” action leading up to a big Patriots showdown on Monday Night Football against the Carolina Panthers.
Jerry Thornton of Barstool Sports joined the Felger & Massarotti program Friday afternoon and posited the theory that this season is Bill Belichick’s best coaching job…but is it?
Expanding instant replay won’t be the only rule change coming to Major League Baseball in 2014. Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Joe Torre is adamant about eliminating, or lessening the damage of collisions at home-plate.
Felger played the audio of Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski railing against NBA teams tanking, basically calling it un-American. This didn’t sit well with Tony Massarotti and Marc Bertrand.