Gresh & Zolak
Injuries are the main reason to point to when discussing this defense’s recent woes. However, some players aren’t living up to their billing – one of them being linebacker Dont’a Hightower.
Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater hopped on the Gresh & Zo show to talk about the game against the Broncos, as well as his favorite and least favorite Thanksgiving foods.
A listener complained about the Patriots third-down play calling, which didn’t sit well with Scott Zolak. Zo blamed Tony Massarotti for running with this argument and explained to everyone what goes into a play call.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak began Friday’s show fired up for this weekend’s clash of the titans between Peyton Manning’s Denver Broncos and Tom Brady’s New England Patriots.
Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe sat in on the Gresh and Zolak show Thursday to cover a whole host of topics, one of them being the Alex Rodriguez drama going on in New York City.
If you take a look at the Patriots defense of 2012 and the Patriots defense of 2013, you’ll see that this current roster is far more equipped to beat the Broncos.
Patriots running back Shane Vereen was back in action Monday night after a broken wrist in Week 1 sidelined him for eight games. The third-year pro joined Gresh and Zo Wednesday afternoon.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak worked last night’s game, so needless to say they were both fired up to open Tuesday’s show.
Andy Gresh, Scott Zolak and Albert Breer go around the NFL and preview the big headlines heading into Week 11, starting with Thursday night’s game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Tennessee Titans.
Torey Krug of the Boston Bruins joined Gresh and Zolak for his weekly appearance and explained why the team is playing better, and also why producing on offense is so important for him.