The Patriots have found themselves in the middle of some controversial calls and non-calls at the end of games this season.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak were down at CBS Scene at Gillete Stadium for a live broadcast Wednesday morning, and were joined by Bert Breer of the NFL Network to talk Patriots football.
NFL VP of Officiating Dean Blandino provided an explanation for the controversial ending to Monday Night Football, and on Wednesday morning, Toucher, Rich and Wallach poked holes in his faulty line of thinking.
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.
An outrageous mistake by officials is just one of the leftover thoughts from the Patriots’ Monday night loss in Carolina.
Everyone has an opinion of what transpired last night on Monday Night Football, let’s take a look at what current and former Patriots are saying about it…
For (probably) the first time ever, Bill Belichick elected to stay in the press conference longer and answer more questions.
Toucher and Rich were joined by former player and 98.5 The Sports Hub football analyst Mike Flynn to discuss yesterday’s controversial ending to Monday Night Football.
Here is what referee Clete Blakeman had to say about the ending of the Patriots-Panthers game on Monday night.