Monday Night Football
The Seahawks asserted themselves last night as the top team in the NFC, but Jermaine Wiggins provided what he thinks is the Achilles heel of this Seahawks team.
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 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.
Toucher and Rich were joined by Albert Breer of the NFL Network Wednesday morning to discuss the controversial ending to Monday Night Football and how Aqib Talib’s bad hip is costing him in free agency.
One caller didn’t like Mazz’s take on the controversial ending to Monday Night Football and let him know. But Mazz wasn’t going to just take it, and gave it right back to the caller.
With a controversial no-call at the end of the Patriots’ 24-20 loss to the Panthers on Monday night, Felger & Mazz were joined by former head of NFL officiating Mike Pereira to get his take on the officials in Carolina.
This week’s edition of “10 Questions With Wiggy” was Patriots based, centered mostly around the controversial ending to Monday Night Football.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak worked last night’s game, so needless to say they were both fired up to open Tuesday’s show.
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…